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The Latest Trend in Countertops Ultracompact / Porcelain

November 5, 2020

Ultracompact/Porcelain countertops are quickly gaining popularity - and for a good reason.

These surfaces are made from a blend of the same raw materials found in glass, porcelain, and quartz. But, how it's produced is what really sets it apart from other engineered stones. The process uses extreme heat and pressure, and in a matter of hours, it can replicate a stone that takes Mother Nature thousands of years to make on her own. The end result is a super-strong countertop that is color stable and impervious to scratches, stains, fire and heat, ice, or thawing. And with zero fluid absorption, it's the perfect choice for indoor or outdoor kitchens and even bathrooms.

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We Care About The Environment

September 17, 2020

At StoneMark, we care about our environmental impact and strive to be an eco-friendly stone fabricator. Part of being a good steward of the earth means finding new ways to save precious resources. We use a lot of clean water, so we invested in the Pristine Water Filtration System to recycle the water we use while working on our stone. We found that by using water filtration, we can prevent thousands of gallons of wastewater from going into the sewage system each year. Not only does this dramatically reduce our water usage, but it also eliminates adding pollutants to our environment.

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So How Do We Cut Our Perfect Countertops?

August 19, 2020

Measuring and cutting stone is a complicated process and must be error-free to ensure your countertops are truly custom fit to the cabinets and walls in your kitchen. So how does StoneMark get such perfectly fit countertops? 

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Does Your Countertop Need Sealing?

August 5, 2020

This is one of the most common questions asked when purchasing a stone countertop. While not all countertops need to be sealed, natural stone countertops need to be protected because they have small channels or pores in the rock, which are typically filled with air. Without maintaining a seal, food or water can seep into the stone and leave stains. So, to fully answer the question, consider the following:

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