Posts tagged with "engineered quartz"



Can You Have a Happy New Year?
This newsletter is my first for the year and it’s food for thought. I’m a self proclaimed expert stone specialist, a novice blogger and even lower on my field of expertise, a wanna-be counselor. Today I want to give you my “counseling tips” as you enter into the new year. Please check with your certified life coach or psychologist before following my sage advise.

We Need To Talk About Quartzite
As your "preferred" stone specialist, you would expect me to tell you the truth about any stone issue out there. So we need to talk about one of the most popular stones out there right now...Quartzite. It has the reputation for looking like marble and performing like granite. But this is not true for all Quartzite and we need to talk about it...now. If you are thinking about using Quartzite, selling or recommending it, you need to read this newsletter or pass it to someone who does.

It's Time To Shine!
Is it your time to shine? How do you know when your stone needs maintenance? Read our short newsletter and see if you are due some quality stone care.

Go Green or Go Home - November 2021
This poor polar bear is calling out to us humans to sell him some more real estate while prices are hot! Apparently, if we were more conscientious of the environment, there would be more ice to float on. Is natural stone and quartz environmentally friendly? Let me share some of my thoughts on the subject.

This months subject reveals some truths of Engineered Quartz (EQ also known as ES - Engineered Stone). I asked myself the following questions over the last several years, “Why has Engineered Quartz become one of the most requested products in the countertop industry? Is it better than stone? Does it stain? Is stone going to become obsolete?”

This months subject is about how customers and contractors are describing Quartzite. For us who sell it or have years of experience with stone, it seems pretty elementary. Yet for most people out there, it’s a little confusing. There are three common surfaces that are often misdescribed; they are Quartzite, Quartz, and Engineered