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Regina s4r1k8, Canada

Stages of a new kitchen makeover

Hi Everyone. I thought I would provide an informative blog showing the stages of a kitchen makeover. The following set of pictures is an example of the progression from the initial dated kitchen to the final; finished product. The time frames were fairly accurate and representative of a typical kitchen renovation of this size. This timeline […]

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How Our CNC Machine Works!

Computer numerical code: Referred to as CNC is the technology used in machinery to fabricate almost everything from electronics to automobiles to fabrication of wood cabinets and doors. Our CNC machine is not only compact in size but capable of processing all 4ft by 8 ft sheets for all our cabinet box parts. It not […]

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Quartz: Pros and Cons

Pros: Quartz is one of the strongest materials on the planet. Quartz countertops are stronger and more flexible than granite. This makes them easier to work with during the fabrication and installation process. Quartz’s inherent strength makes it extremely durable. That said, don’t confuse “ durable” with “ indestructible”—there’s no material like that. Quartz surfacing […]

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Natural Stone vs. Engineered Stone: Understanding the Difference

Natural stone—granite—is indeed 100% natural since it is quarried directly from the earth in large blocks. These blocks are then sliced into slabs and polished on one side at the quarry before being shipped to the broker or fabricator. Fabricators cut shapes from the slabs according to your countertop specifications. They then profile and polish […]

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Cabinet Door Care

PRODUCT CARE & HANDLING CLEANING As with all wood products, avoid excessive moisture on your newly installed wood products. Simply wipe with a clean cloth; do not spray on water. Use a damp 100% cotton cloth. A small amount of mild dish detergent may be used if required. Wipe dry immediately with a dry, soft […]

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Granite: Pros and Cons

Pros: Mother Nature made this material. It’s 100% natural, which is why it’s such a popular choice with homeowners, designers, and architects. Granite isn’t as strong as quartz, but that doesn’t mean it’s a wimpy choice, either. It’s still a strong stone and extremely durable. But, just like quartz, it’s not indestructible (it can break […]

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