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We planned initially to start with one side of the room with an extremely limited budget. Stove hood and new cook top were #1 priority. Once we removed the cabinets to open things up.., one thing led to the other. The granite savings doing the entire kitchen at once tipped our hand to take on the entire kitchen. We purchased a thicker slab that was in stock. A one time fee for the company to do the patterns as opposed to twice had we did two steps. We did not want seams at every angle. Moving base cabinets was not an option. The backsplash all went up at the same time. It saved us since we were unable to find any premixed adhesive and grout for our glass tiles. We love it and look forward to getting to those last finalizing things. Our family day cookouts in the kitchen are even more fun with so much space to work. We did all the labor with the exception of the granite installation. Most businesses are glad to give you advice on how to do things that will save you money and them time. We took our time and did lots of research and talked to many people. We also went out of town to various builder supply stores to look at displays and take pictures.