The tools required for installing the quartz, including the hammers and pry bars for removing the old counter, and the silicone to secure the new countertop, can all be found at home centers.
Expert assistance with this segment was provided by Gemini Stone, LLC of Everett, MA [https://www.geministone.net/about-us].
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