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High End Stone Pieces Get a brand new granite or quartz countertop at a fraction of the price Remnant stone pieces can make your new kitchen remodel look like new at a bargain price. Take a look at some of the home remodel projects we've completed. We are experts at sourcing the perfect stone piece and installing it perfectly in your home.

Use stone granite countertop remnants for a wet bar for the living room. They also work well for your larger bar in your basement or Nevada home rec room.

Create a granite shelf or small table for your media room.

Remnant granite stone is the ideal choice for bathrooms, and most bathroom vanities don't require a large amount of stone.

A granite desk tucked into the corner of a room.

Add a remnant granite stone bench for your shower

Add a desk or granite shelf in your master bedroom closet for organization and storage.

Use remnants in your kitchen, for example, on a small countertop area that you want to stand out from other areas.

Stone can also be very functional. We've used granite remnants as the foundation for window seats in a study area as well as a bench in a home's foyer.

Use granite or quartz remnants for a desktop for an office space. This is a fantastic way to add value to your smaller office.

Take them outside – you can use these pieces to create benches around your swimming pool or BBQ tops, perfect for Reno all season weather.

“Your Imagination and creativity is endless”

According to Mohs hardness scale, popular stone countertop materials would be rated and ranked in this order:

is marble good for kitchen countertops?

In the kitchen, that means marble countertops can scratch and scuff more easily than other surfaces, such as granite or quartz. Marble is also a porous stone, so it's more prone to staining due to harsh cleaning products or acidic liquids, but some clients like that look in their Reno NV home, and is a personal choice.

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is soapstone good for kitchen countertops?

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What is the best countertop for your money?

  • Quartz. Pros: It mimics the look of stone yet needs less maintenance. ...
  • Granite. Pros: Each slab of this natural material is unique; rare colors and veining cost more. ...
  • Soapstone, Limestone, and Marble. ...
  • Laminate. ...
  • Solid Surfacing. ...
  • Recycled Glass. ...
  • Butcher Block.

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