We believe Craftsmanship is the only approach to work, the goals set for execution, and the scope of being able to look at work accomplished, whether it is the buffed sheen of granite, the perfectly crafted beveled edge, custom built cabinets, or customer service matched by none. Focusing on these things allows us to be proud of the finished product.
The holidays are fast approaching and so queue the cooking, gatherings and festivities. During the holidays we all love having that special place to gather and share meals, memories and plans for the future. Usually these are the times we cherish gathering in the kitchen baking together, sharing stories, preparing the large holiday meal, and just spending a relaxful time with family.
We all know how important kitchen countertops are in the functionality of a kitchen, but do you realize how essential this component is to kitchen design? Besides the fact that kitchen counters are the most utilized area of the kitchen, your countertops are the strong foundation that your kitchen décor is built upon. This is the area that can set the tone for the room while being the showcase visual of the space.
Quartz countertops are the modern way to take your kitchen countertops or bathroom vanity to the next level. The clean and elegant flow throughout the surface, which either mimics natural stone or has glass chips, will make any room shine. Another factor other than the beauty of the material is the durability. Quartz countertops are hermetically sealed during the manufacturing process. Quartz will withstand daily use and abuse while remaining easy to maintain and resisting stains and bacteria growth. Let’s take a look at the various levels of Quartz countertops and weigh the pros and cons of having this material as a kitchen countertop.
This is a common question we receive from customers. If you are researching countertop material for an upcoming remodel then there is a huge possiblity that you have come across Quartz and Quartzite while looking through galleries on sites like Houzz and Pinterest. Which leads to the question "Are these two stones not the same?" The answer is a simple one... No...
Are you looking to remodel your home? Whether you bought a new house, renovating an old house, or building a house, you have many choices to make when it comes to choosing countertop stone for your bathroom or kitchen. One of the biggest decision you need to make is what kind of countertop stone you should choose for your home. There are several for you to pick from.