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Embrace Elegant Design with a Walker Zanger Ceramic Tile Backsplash

Tile mosaics and backsplashes can be works of art. The key is to begin with high-quality tile or natural stone products. Then you need to choose a backsplash pattern that suits your design tastes and the space and, finally, you need to hire experienced tile professionals who will do an impeccable job.At Inside… View More

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The big question..."Can I use marble in my kitchen?"

I am asked this question everyday, "Can I use marble in my kitchen?". The next thing they say is that someone told them they should NEVER use marble for kitchen countertops. My thought on the subject is.......YES, I would use it in my kitchen. A couple of things to think about if you are considering marble for your kitchen countertops: 1. There is a difference in types of marble, for instance I would not consider using black or dark brown… View More

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Soapstone: Too Soft for My Countertops?

The answer is no! Soapstone is not harmed by acids, wine, hot pots or pans, or other chemicals. The substance is naturally “non-porous” meaning it will not absorb other substances. Although the stone does not need a sealant for protection, some homeowners choose to use oil to enhance the rich, dark color of the soapstone. Soapstone is the go-to choice for science labs because of its durability and little-to-no maintenance. Because it’s… View More

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The Difference in Quartz and Natural Stone

Brief Description: Granite and Marble slabs are quarried directly from the earth in large blocks that are later cut down into individual slabs. Quartz countertops contain crushed quartz (93%) and a resin (7%) to create a very strong countertop material. Which type is best for you? Quartz countertops are non-porous so they don't require any sealing. They are… View More

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