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Stone Countertops: From Quarries to Kitchens, Part 2

October 04, 2016

If you’ve ever wondered how those giant slices of ancient natural stone end up in a kitchen, we’re going to wrap that question up today. Join us as we tour through the facility and processes of Rock Tops, a countertop fabricator located in Owings Mills, MD. We left off in the slab yard, where you hypothetically chose your perfect slab.

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Spotlight On… Technology in the Kitchen

September 27, 2016

  Smart homes are becoming more common these days, with thermostats that self-adjust to save money, home security systems that allow us to control our lights, garage doors, and more from anywhere, and appliances that can also be controlled over the internet and will tell us when we need to order more detergent or milk. But although the smart refrigerator is

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What is Refacing?

September 20, 2016

Refacing is when the cabinet frames are left in place and covered with a layer of wood or laminate called a veneer, and the doors and hardware are replaced to match the veneer. As opposed to replacing, refacing your kitchen cabinets can save you thousands while still giving you the look of a brand new kitchen.

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Spotlight On…. Laminate Cabinet Doors and Refacing

September 07, 2016

Cabinets and storage are a defining feature of a kitchen. How your cabinets are made, and from what, determines the strength and lifespan of your kitchen investment. There are several high value synthetic kitchen cabinet materials on the market today.  Today we will look at laminates, the most popular synthetic material. Past synthetic products have not been very sturdy, but new

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9 Guidelines When Remodeling for Resale

July 26, 2016

When you’re remodeling with the intent to make your home more sellable, your process is slightly different from someone who is updating for the future, or someone who is finally getting the kitchen they’re always wanted. You’ll be skipping over your personal preferences to options that will add value to your home by appealing to as many people as possible.

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Subcontractor or Employee: What’s the Difference?

July 19, 2016

When you first look at the world of remodeling, it seems like there’s a whole lot of contracting going on. General contractors, independent contractors, subcontractors, what does it all mean? And most importantly, what does it mean to you? What is a general contractor? In the remodeling sense, the general contractor is in charge of getting it all done. Whether

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Stone Countertops: From Quarries to Kitchens, Part 1

June 14, 2016

Before our stone countertops cross the world to become part of our kitchens, they start their journey deep in the earth. Today we’ll take a closer look at where, and what, three of the most popular stones for kitchen countertops come from. Quartzite Q&A: Quartzite is a metamorphic rock, which means it starts as a sandstone made of quartz. Quartzite

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Kitchen Buzz: Hardware with Houzz

December 01, 2015

In our last update, we covered the top considerations  to keep in mind when you set out to choose your kitchen’s external hardware. Now that you know what type of hardware you want, we can get into a bit more detail on style. Key deciding factors when it comes to kitchen hardware styles are Look, Feel and Cost. Look is an obvious factor; you

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Spotlight on… Cabinet Knobs, Pulls and Handles

November 17, 2015

External hardware like knobs, pulls and other handles are the jewelry of the kitchen. They can help enhance your kitchen’s look as well as its use. Handles improve our grip and make opening our cabinets easier, as well as preventing whatever might be on our hands from dirtying the cabinet doors. You may have heard to pick your exterior hardware

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Spotlight On… Kitchen Lighting 101

October 30, 2015

Light is a key element of your kitchen’s design. It lets you move about and complete your tasks with ease. And after all, what good is your kitchen remodel if you can’t see it? When it comes to kitchens, a single light source is not going to cut it. It doesn’t reach corners and you cast a shadow over your workspace.

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