Tips and Articles

Caring For Your New Stone Countertops

Stone is relatively easy to care for, but does require regular cleaning and maintenance to remain beautiful. Here are some care tips for your new stone. ..Read More

What You Should Know About Stone Countertop Sealers

An experienced, professional countertop fabricator will know which stone sealer is best, based on the type of stone and the location where the stone is used. ..Read More

Granite or Soapstone? What’s the Difference?

This article offers details on granite and soapstone. Know what to expect as you select your countertop material so you can make an informed decision. ..Read More

Repurposing Stone Slab Remnants

Each natural stone slab is a unique, valuable geological display, so it makes sense to use as much of the material as possible by repurposing the remnants. ..Read More

Crack or Fissure? What’s the Difference?

Sometimes these "cracks" in natural stone countertops are not cracks at all, but fissures, something that resembles a crack. Read more to learn the difference. ..Read More

Quartzite. Quartz. What’s the Difference?

Sometimes people confuse the two materials, given their similar names and appearances. Read this article to learn how they differ before you make a decision. ..Read More

Pros and Cons of Full Slab Showers

If you want to select the most appropriate and attractive surface materials for your new shower, consider a full slab installation. Here are the pros and cons. ..Read More

Why Quartzite Is Better Than Limestone For Showers

If you have been considering limestone for your new shower installation, we think you may be better off with quartzite. Read this article to learn why. ..Read More

Deciding Between Granite and Marble Countertops

Read about the differences in price, durability, appearance, and maintenance for granite and marble countertops so you can make an informed decision. ..Read More

The Pros and Cons of Natural Stone Resining

Natural stone has inherent imperfections. Resin fills, reinforces, and strengthens the durability of natural stone, but can be problematic if not done properly. ..Read More

Kitchen Design Dos and Don’ts

Food prep and socializing are most enjoyable in a well-designed kitchen. Here are a few suggestions, as well as mistakes to avoid in your kitchen design. ..Read More

Countertop Installation: Potential Problems

Preexisting imperfections in cabinets, walls, and other surfaces require some creativity and ingenuity to resolve for the best possible installation. ..Read More

Going Cheap With Selecting a Fabricator May Be Costly

To ensure the best possible quality and installation of your natural stone countertops, select your fabricator carefully. Here are a few tips. ..Read More

Why Travertine Isn’t Countertop Material

Travertine is a smart choice for floors, showers, and more. Have you ever wondered why more people don't choose it for their countertops? Here are the details. ..Read More

New Trend: No More Bar Height Tops

The recent buzz among fabricators and installers is that they are noticing that more and more of their customers are opting to do away with bar height tops. ..Read More