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8 TIPS FOR REMODELING YOUR BATHROOM

8 TIPS FOR REMODELING YOUR BATHROOM

The bathroom is considered to be one of the main rooms in any house. It’s a small, personal space but can hold big impact, so it’s always a good space to take a critical look at, particularly when you are considering selling or renovating. Replacing cabinetry and...

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Solid Stone 101: Answering the Most Common Questions

Solid Stone 101: Answering the Most Common Questions

As one would expect, we love stone. It’s beautiful, durable, long-lasting, and an ideal choice for many applications. Not all stone is created equal, and it can sometimes be difficult to decide which one is best for your project. In this article we’d like to explore...

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How to Care For Your Solid Stone Countertops

How to Care For Your Solid Stone Countertops

Caring for Your Granite Countertop  Granite countertops have become a common material in homes and businesses, especially for countertops, and with good reason! Granite countertops are very hard and dense, making them hard to scratch and well suited for high...

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Tips for Your Kitchen Renovation

Tips for Your Kitchen Renovation

Have you been thinking of renovating your kitchen, but you still haven't found the right design? We at Solid Stone Countertops in Winnipeg have gathered many fantastic ideas on what you can do to improve your kitchen. Our team has decades of combined experience in...

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Bathroom Renovation Tips

Bathroom Renovation Tips

Renovations of any kind are a daunting process. There are plenty of details to mull over — making sure your design elements all complement each other, making sure you have enough space for everything you want, compromising on things you don’t, etc. — and about a...

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Choosing a Countertop That Meets Commercial Kitchen Guidelines

Choosing a Countertop That Meets Commercial Kitchen Guidelines

Commercial kitchen countertops have to be durable and reliable because no other surface suffers more damage than those. They are used day in and day out by chefs with knives, mallets, acidic liquids, and harsh disinfectants. Commercial kitchen countertops must be made...

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