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Prestige Granite is here to help you bring your dream to reality by creating an unforgettable ambiance that is both beautiful and functional. Remodeling your home increases the value of your property and improves the quality of your life.

We promise to create a positive working relationship that you will experience from the moment you contact us, and we will continue that effort throughout your project and the lifetime of your countertops. Your project manager oversees your project from beginning to end, ushering clear lines of communication. With more than 20 years in the industry, our staff is exceptionally trained to answer any questions you may have.

A collection of our work can be seen throughout the Central Valley: GB3 gym in Clovis, the Guarantee Building in Downtown Fresno (now the INS/IRS offices), Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino in Lemoore, Fresno Lexus and Fresno Infiniti in north Fresno, The Dog House Grill, and most notably the Save Mart Center at Fresno State.

The Story behind Prestige Granite

During the mid 1980s, Vahe Chekian, began with what was then an experimental kitchen countertop material — natural stone. In the garage every night after work, Vahe began fabricating small projects to get a better understanding of how the material was worked. His first installation was on his own fireplace. The white, painted brick was covered. Scaffolding created a new shape, and months later, a white marble fireplace was installed. For the next three months, his house was under construction. Everything from the floors to the exterior was renovated with natural stone. Sensing a developing industry, Vahe expanded his operation, and by 1995, his company had grown into a sustainable business.

Featured Testimonial


I want to share with you Paula and my compliments for the work done on our project and the professionalism of your staff.

Beginning with Ray's low key approach and can do attitude through Rigo's attention to details and make it right philosophy and finally Monte's craftsmanship.

Thank you,

Sid Frank