The choice of surface material near the home will depend on a desire for the conservation of warmth or the need for a cooling effect during the hot daytime hours.
No longer just for sidewalks and garage floors, concrete is now for decorative floor finishes and countertops.
Frustrated with outdated or bland interior brick or stone? Transform it to contemporize and complement your décor.
Stone countertops and flooring are luxurious and beautiful, but they require special maintenance. From granite, slate, sandstone, quartzite, brownstone, bluestone, marble, limestone, travertine and onyx, here’s what you need to know to keep your surfaces looking as new as the day they were installed.
At a fraction of the weight and cost of full-sized stone and brick, veneer gives remodelers a host of creative design options.
Flagstone and fieldstone are both used outdoors, but they are different stones and cuts. Decide which use and look you want before deciding on the right stone for your project.
Stone veneers create a sophisticated look that can enhance the value of your property without breaking your budget or taxing your structure.
Granite gives the look of bygone era along with a solid, hassle-free character that makes it perfect for salvage and reuse as outdoor curbs, steps, walls, and stairs.