Ten years. Wait, what?! A decade has passed since Granite Works was founded, and looks like it was yesterday. I still remember the company early days – all we had was a DIY website with only one page, an old truck, a big dream, and a lot of responsibility in our shoulders. Back then we could only imagine where the business would be in ten years – and here we are, celebrating! … Continue Reading
Keeping a natural stone looking like new for years to come is not a hard task at all. Here are five tips to help you to maintain your granite, marble or quartz countertops looking new ten years from now…. Continue Reading
If you are reading this, you must be very excited with your new purchase and counting the days to have your new countertops installed. The tips below will help you to have a smooth and pleasant experience during your new countertops template and installation visit. Keep in mind that Granite Works recommends that new counters be measured and installed during the final phase of any remodeling project, especially if you are purchasing a soft material such as marble, which could scratch easily in comparison to quartz and granite…. Continue Reading
The latest trends in kitchen countertop material are definitely Engineered Stone – or Quartz countertops as a lot of people refer to it. According to the National Kitchen and Bath Association, quartz countertop has surpassed granite in the past two consecutive years, which is a great achievement for companies like the American-made Cambria, the Spanish giant Silestone and the Israeli company Caesarstone; which since 2015 has opened its first US factory in order to supply the demand of the US market…. Continue Reading
A lot of people have the wrong sense that we were born with this “natural” interior designer and architectural skills, but the reality is that most of us lack big-time in these areas. I know, it’s hard to admit, especially when you have someone by your side saying what you don’t want to hear it when things don’t look as good as you’ve planned – “I told you so. Can we call an REAL interior designer now?” Yep, my friend, now your feelings are hurt, and your bank account will suffer because fixing your “not so bad” designing ideas cost money too!
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