So you’re planning to remodel or renovate your kitchen. If your remodel includes replacing your countertops, you may not know right where to start. With that in mind, here is a collection of the most commonly asked questions. Ask yourself and your fabricator, these questions as you chat about your design. Along the way, we […]
We have written a series of blogs on the benefits of quartz, such as “Why Quartz Stone Countertops?”. Here are some additional thoughts on that subject: Buy Brand-Name Material From a Reputable Distributor/Fabricator When you buy brands like Dekton®, Silestone®, or Caesarstone® you can be sure that it’s engineered to last, is non-toxic, antimicrobial, and […]
During a full kitchen remodel, a daunting decisions is to choose a cabinet style or color to match your granite or vice versa. Granite, being naturally formed with tons a variety, can be difficult to pair with. Here are some tips and tricks to finding the best match for your granite countertop. Prior Analysis Look […]
Most of us think that granite is just for kitchen countertops, when, in fact, there are many other uses in home construction or remodeling.
We regularly get asked the following question: What’s the difference between Quartzite and Quartz? These terms are sometimes used interchangeably by those selling stone countertops. Things get even more unclear because many consumers are familiar with the mineral Quartz (as in Quartz Crystal) and think that the word Quartz means a countertop material quarried from […]
Granite countertops have a lot of good characteristics. Yet, we hear stories that make it seem like cleaning your countertop is a full time job. Or like one drop of chemical cleaner will destroy your countertop. We are here to let you know that although granite is sensitive, it just needs a tad more care. […]
From Quarry To Countertop, Real Stone, Real Value is our tagline. We thought it would be interesting for you to know where we get our stone. We’ll start with the US. Colorado Yule Quarry, Marble, CO – Yule Marble is metamorphosed limestone found only in the Yule Creek Valley, in the West Elk Mountains of Colorado, […]
Throughout the process of a kitchen remodel, picking a countertop edge is probably the last thing on your mind or a detail that you don’t consider. Yet, if you do end up picking a countertop edge it can give your kitchen a little more personality.
Two of the most popular stone countertops on the market facing off against each other in a round of pros and cons.
If you enjoy entertaining, you have probably dreamed of having an outdoor kitchen. Not only are they great for entertaining guests but they increase the value of your home, expand your living space, and keep any overbearing smells outside.