Category Archives: Articles

No-lift Stone Install System

Cost Saving Tool

Category : Articles , Fabrication , News , Tips

A Cost Saving Material Handling Tool

If you run a fabrication shop, you no doubt have found that there are some costly challenges that make your job more difficult. It may seem like your pool of potential stone installers is shrinking everyday. Moreover, you may have suffered some costly injuries from employees handling very heavy slabs during installation projects. And let’s not forget the cost of having to send 4 installers at times to set and install a countertop.

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Repairing Travertine

Category : Articles , Maintenance , News , Tips

Filling Travertine Tiles

Are you among the many natural stone lovers that have opted for using travertine in your home? If so, are you pleased with the appearance of your stone? Some travertine owners find that the stone begins to “open up” over time. When this happens, travertine tiles need to be filled. Why is this the case? What is used for filling travertine tiles? In this post we will explore the answers to these questions.

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Kitchen Design

Interior Design Tips

Category : Articles , Design , Tips

Helpful Interior Design Tips To Spruce Up Your Home

Have you been considering a new interior design project for your home? Many others feel the same way and the article below has some great ideas to help you decorate your home. These are the tips of professionals, and they can help you improve your space!

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Choosing A Stone Fabricator

Category : Articles , Granite

Considerations When Selecting A Stone Fabricator

Your stone counter top choice involves much more than simply selecting a material that looks good to you. Knowing which material is right for your project is important. Should your choice be granite? How about marble? While these are important factors to consider, Selecting a stone fabricator is also critical to your project’s success. Here are some important concepts to remember when selecting a fabrication professional for your project.

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Adhesive Cartridges

Glue Cartridges – An Easier Way to Work?

Category : Articles , Equipment , Fabrication

That headline might not seem like a big deal at the beginning. Professionals have developed a work flow that is comfortable for them and that they have been using for a number of years. Perhaps a new work flow or application method may seem to be more trouble than it is worth in those cases. Yet, for a new comer to the industry or the do-it-yourselfer that is just beginning to develop a system to apply stone adhesives, cartridge glue might just be the answer.

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Concrete in the Bathroom

Concrete Stone Counter Tops

Category : Articles , Materials

Concrete Counter Tops

Really? A counter top surface in my kitchen that is made out of concrete? The answer is yes. Concrete is becoming a more suitable material for counter tops and work tops in and around the home. This article will discuss some of the information that may be contributing to its success and growth in its popularity.

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Video Series Serves As A Nice Reference

Category : Articles

Video Series for DIY Audience

Some time ago I found a video series on YouTube of a very personable do-it-yourselfer that decided to remodel his kitchen and take anyone that would like to go, along for the ride. I was looking for good content at the time for a blog called and I thought that this series was a great case study of how a remodel goes. However, if you are like many people watching the videos can become time consuming quickly. So I decided to do something about that.

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Kitchen Counter

The Variety Found in The Stone Industry

Category : Articles

Variety in Stone Types

Look around at the homes and you will find that there are a plethora of presentations and decor comprised of stone. You will see flooring, counter tops, walls, walkways, and even furniture in some places. Why is stone so popular in design and building? What kinds of stone make good building materials and why?

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