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      Rising Cost of Raw Materials

      Rising Cost of Raw Materials

      The rising cost of raw materials: from paintbrushes to plywood, gas to groceries, no matter what you are shopping for these days, almost everything is more expensive. According to a recent manufacturing report from The Institute for Supply Management,...
      Quartzite: The Diamond of Countertop Materials

      Quartzite: The Diamond of Countertop Materials

      Quartzite is considered the diamond of countertop materials. Much like a diamond, Quartzite forms when a metamorphic rock, in this case pure quartz sandstone, is exposed to intense amounts of heat and pressure. Also like a diamond, Quartzite is extremely strong,...
      Why You Should Choose Granite for Your Countertops

      Why You Should Choose Granite for Your Countertops

      The reasons why you should choose granite for your countertops are numerous. Granite is one of the best materials because it comes with a lot of perks. Here are just a few reasons why you should choose granite as your kitchen and bathroom countertop material. Granite...
      Stone Fabricator | Selecting the Right One

      Stone Fabricator | Selecting the Right One

      Selecting the right stone fabricator involves doing some research. An inexperienced fabricator can ruin even the most expensive slabs. You want to select a fabricator that uses high quality standards. You will only discover this after visiting your fabricator’s...
      Top Three Quartz Countertops

      Top Three Quartz Countertops

      The top three quartz countertops on the market are Caesarstone, Cambria and Silestone. Caesarstone was the original producer of quartz, however they failed to patent the process and therefore, Cambria and Silestone were able to duplicate their production methods,...
      The Difference Between Granite and Quartz

      The Difference Between Granite and Quartz

      The Difference between Granite and Quartz: Quartz is harder than granite and therefore more durable. Diamonds are one of the few minerals harder than quartz. The Mohs Mineral Scale of Hardness lists diamonds as number 10 and quartz as number 7. (Source: Wikipedia...