Everything you need to make informed decisions about showers, countertops, and the materials and processes that go into producing them.
Looking for a way to update the look of your kitchen? While new cabinets can go a long way toward transforming your space, nothing beats replacing your old countertops with something new. You have quite a few choices when it comes to material, though, so it pays to know a bit more about those options in order to make an informed decision. Two of the most popular materials are natural stone and solid surface countertops. What are the differences, and which is better for your needs?
As you begin planning for your next kitchen or bathroom build or remodel, there are many factors that play a role in the project, such as design, labor, timing, and budget. And, one of the biggest areas is sure to be the question of materials.
Focusing specifically on countertops, we all know we need to look at the expected use of the countertop and the needs of the user. As a result, an imperative question to ask is: what is the right countertop material for this project?
Sometimes a project requires standard solid surface, quartz, or granite. Other times, a project might need a completely customized approach. When this is the case, you need to know you’ll get what you want without a lot of hassle. Working with Tower Industries to create a completely custom solution for your specific project is just as easy.
For projects, large or small, custom fabrication is an option to fit your unique requirements when a standard product just won’t do the trick. So how does custom fabrication work? Let’s cover the Who, When, What, and How of custom fabrication.
As most contractors can relate, complexities exist within any building project, particularly with an undertaking involving a new build or remodel of a kitchen or bathroom. Architects and builders might fantasize about the offering of a menu of options, quick customizable selections, and an easy ordering, design, and installation process.
Well, dreams do come true. At Tower Industries, we offer a simple process to allow ease in ordering, outlining, and installing an item quite imperative to a kitchen or bathroom project: the granite or custom countertop.
Rising in popularity in recent years, quartz surfacing just might be giving the ever-popular granite a run for its money when it comes to countertop materials. As architects and builders have moved from using laminate to utilizing more luxurious options, granite has become one of the top selections in projects ranging from home remodels to hospitals, universities, hotels, and even restaurants.
Lately, though, quartz surfacing has started to rise as a preferred option for new building or remodeling projects. Let’s look at everything you need to know about quartz countertops. Continue reading “Everything You Need to Know About Quartz Countertops”
For decades, at the beginning of any kitchen or bathroom project, designers and architects have debated the multitude of materials available, from quartz countertops to concrete to solid surface solutions. In very recent times, however, a new product has been added to the list of options: a product called Dekton.
What exactly is Dekton and what are some of the advantages to using this material? Let’s take a closer look.
As general contractors and commercial builders know, there are many decisions that must be made before final designs for commercial or residential kitchen projects are approved and finalized. From the structure and layout, to the countertops, cabinets, floors, and ceilings, builders and contractors are responsible for making the right decisions for the project.
Let’s look at the steps you should take when choosing the right countertops for your next project.