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How Much Granite Do I Need?

How Much Granite Do I Need?

Measuring Your Natural Stone Countertops There’s a well-known saying that should be kept top of mind during every home renovation project: “Measure twice, cut once.” In other words, it’s pretty darn important to get measurements right the first time in order to avoid...

Best Granite Countertop Alternatives

Best Granite Countertop Alternatives

Best Granite Countertop Alternatives  A kitchen remodel is an exciting venture, and a big investment. When you put in that much time, money, and effort, you want to feel confident with the decisions you make along the way, and there are a lot of them! From color...

The Stone Countertop Installation Process Explained

The Stone Countertop Installation Process Explained

If you’re considering new stone countertops for your home renovation project, it’s a big deal. You’ll likely want to learn everything you can about your options, pricing, and what to expect when it comes time to witness the end result: natural stone and granite...

How to Shop for Granite Remnants

How to Shop for Granite Remnants

Granite remnants are pieces of a granite slab that are left over from a previous project. Instead of throwing them away, granite remnants are perfect for use in other projects. One remnant store can have many remnants to choose from, of varying sizes, colors, and...

What is Soapstone?

What is Soapstone?

As far as natural stones for countertop materials go, soapstone is one of the most underappreciated. Not nearly as popular as granite, soapstone countertops are still some of the most resistant and unique countertops available. What is soapstone really? What are the...

Buying a Quartz Remnant? 5 Considerations to Make

Buying a Quartz Remnant? 5 Considerations to Make

Quartz remnants are a great way to use solid stone for smaller projects like tabletops, vanities, and even small kitchen countertops without paying solid slab prices. Remnants are pieces leftover from other large projects. While they vary in size, color, and pattern,...

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