• 9/27/2017 6:00 AM

Choosing The Best Natural Stone: Bathroom Countertops

Last week on our blog, we discussed choosing the best natural stone for your kitchen countertops and backsplashes. This week we will be discussing choosing the best natural stone for your bathroom countertops....

  • 8/2/2017 6:00 AM

Quartzite

When it comes to choosing a material for your home or business surfacing needs, it can often feel overwhelming as there are what seems like an infinite number of options available to you. So that you don’t have to comb through article after article reading up on all the different materials out there as well as trying to understand the pros and cons that come along with them, use us as your go to source for any and all associated information. Week by week, we’ve been covering different surfacing materials telling you what they are and what is good and bad about them, where they are best used, and overall why we think a certain material would be good for you to use. This week we’ll continue this trend covering Quartzite again explaining what it is and how it’s made, its associated advantages and disadvantages, where we think it is best used, as well as why we think quartzite is a good choice for you! Read below to find out all about quartzite and decide if it is the surfacing material for you!

  • 7/26/2017 6:00 AM

Slate

Looking to learn more about slate? You’ve come to the right place. We’re covering slate this week as part of a series in which we give in-depth looks at different surfacing materials. Prior to slate, we’ve taken a look at several other materials...

  • 7/19/2017 6:00 AM

Limestone

If you’ve been keeping up, you’ll know week by week we’ve been taking an in-depth look a different surfacing materials available for use in your home or office space. By now we’ve covered Dekton, Radianz, Silestone, Travertine, and Caesarstone. In analyzing each of these different materials, we hope to give you a better understanding of what is available in the marketplace. We also hope that by doing this we are able to better assist you in determining what the right choice is for you. This week, we’ll again continue in the same fashion by covering Limestone. You’ll get a thorough look at exactly what Limestone is, where and how it’s formed, its advantages, where it's best used, and get an overall feel of the product, at which point you’ll hopefully be able to determine if it is a viable option for you. Read below to find out more about Limestone!

  • 6/28/2017 6:00 AM

Silestone - A New Take On Quartz

When choosing a surfacing material for your residential or commercial need, it can often feel overwhelming due to the many options available to you in the marketplace. In an effort to help alleviate some of this stress, we thought we’d take on some of that burden by doing the research for you. We’ve been carrying out this task by choosing a different surfacing material each week and explaining in depth what the specific material is, how it’s made, its associated benefits, where it’s best used, and overall why we think it’d be a good option for you. This week our material of choice is Silestone - a surfacing material that is made by combining some of the hardest and more resilient materials in the world. Much like the previous weeks, we’ll again explain more clearly exactly what Silestone is, how it’s made, the advantages that come along with using it, where we see it to be best used, and overall why we think it’d be smart for you to utilize Silestone for whatever your surfacing need. Read below to find out more about Silestone!

  • 6/21/2017 6:00 AM

Radianz - Where Natural Stone & Tech Meet

In an effort to better inform you about all of the surfacing options available to you, we’ve started covering different materials each week and giving an in-depth look at each. Last week was Dekton, and we explained exactly what Dekton was, how it’s made, its advantages, where it is best used, and just overall why it’s a great option to choose when it comes to surfacing materials. This week we’ll focus on Radianz. We’ll continue with the same formula by giving you a better idea of what exactly radianz is, what it’s comprised of, the advantages of utilizing it in your home or business, where it is commonly used, and generally why it’s a great product for whatever your need! Our hope is that by explaining all your options and offering a closer look at different building materials in the marketplace, we’ll be able to help you narrow down your search!

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