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What can we say? Life happens! When it comes to your countertops, life circumstances like a growing family may mean you’re due for an upgrade or an excess of accidents could result in a little more damage than can be buffed out. No matter the case, if countertops are a major eyesore in your kitchen, you may want to know if it’s time to replace your stone altogether. Here are a few things to look for!

When we think of our dream home, we often picture a house with a huge kitchen equipped with plenty of counter space to prep dinner without having to kick our family out into the living room because we’re feeling claustrophobic. However, in real life, we have to make compromises and concessions, and sometimes that results in buying a home with a smaller-than-desired kitchen. This doesn’t have to be a bad thing! Small equals cozy, so let’s use that to our advantage. Here are a few design tips and tricks to create a brighter and wider feel for your cramped kitchen.

When it comes to choosing a style of stone for your countertop, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. There are certain aspects and qualities of each type of stone to consider, but, at the end of the day, you should choose the stone that speaks to you and your home. However, when it comes to the finish of the stone, there are more pragmatic choices to be made. Listed below are all of the different types of finishes we offer and the different qualities of each to help you in making your decision.

When it comes to your brand new countertops, you rightfully expect high standards! You anticipate your stone to withstand food preparation, regular cleaning, pesky stains and much more; however, accidents happen. Did you know that common mistakes over time can end in common restoration costs? Read on to learn how homeowners are unintentionally ruining their countertops as well as easy tips to keep your stone looking as new as the day we installed it!

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