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Are you using the improper materials when cleaning your stone counter tops? The first step in proper stone care and maintenance is to understand your stone's geological classification and composition. this information will help you to identify what cleaning products to use and how best to care for your natural stone. Natural stone is categorized into three basic geological classifications by their respective formation processes: Sedimentary, ...

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Over the years we found that remodeling a kitchen/bathroom gets a little overwhelming... As a rule we tell our customers that you should really start the remodel from the ground up. Are you replacing the floors? Are you replacing the cabinets? Are you replacing the appliances? Are you replacing the counter-tops? Do you need a new sink? Do you need a new faucet? Are you re-doing the back splash? Are you going to refinish the w ...

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Kitchen renovations are a large part of Webco, Inc.’s core business. Kitchen renovation projects are unique because existing countertop material must first be removed and disposed of. Many stone countertop fabricators do not handle the demolition and removal of existing countertops, but Webco, Inc. sees this as a necessary part of the job. We will gladly remove and dispose of existing countertop materials prior to installing new granite, marble ...

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A homeowner can have the best granite countertop design team and the best countertop fabrication team, but if the installation team lacks the necessary skills or experience, the project will be a disappointment. Period. At Webco, Inc., each member of the countertop installation team undergoes a rigorous training program. Safety is the very first priority, but a beautiful finished product is a close second. The installers at Webco, Inc. take a lot ...

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Countertop joints and seams are the bane of countertop designers and homeowners, alike. Where will they land in the kitchen? How will they fit into the veining or pattern in the stone? Does the installer possess the tools, both physically and intellectually, to propperly seam joints in the field? Developing a seaming plan can be difficult and overwhelming. But, the skilled and knowledgeable design team at Webco, Inc. will walk each client thro ...

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A well-chosen edge detail can be the difference between a nice countertop project and a functional work of art! At Webco, Inc., the design team has the knowledge, understanding and eye for design necessary to help you select and coordinate the perfect set of edge details for any project. Oddly, overhangs are often glossed over during the design phase of many countertop projects. But overhang details can make or break the look and functionality of ...

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When sourcing natural stone countertops, it is crucial that your supplier have depth. What is depth and what does it mean for you the homeowner or the kitchen remodeler? It means that your countertop fabricator should have more than one or two slabs of the same color from the same bundle. Natural stone depth is critical if you have a large kitchen. Imagine trying to have to match slabs: It’s nearly impossible! You must verify that all of your n ...

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When you start getting prices on your new kitchen/bathroom: remember to follow a few rules: Make sure your estimate states the fees for all cutouts, faucet holed, under-mounting the sink special treatments & edges quote like materials...Same stone color & quality Is templating, quoting & installation If your quote includes sinks & faucets make sure they are of equal value. ...

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(Article from Stone Center of Atlanta) Quartzite is a naturally occurring metamorphic rock. It is created when sandstone is subjected to extreme heat and pressure caused by tectonic plate compression in the crust of the earth. The stone is mined and sawn into slabs which are later precisely cut to become countertops. The tops are polished and sealed for beauty and durability Quartz countertops are often called engineered countertops because t ...

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Templating:Webco Inc, uses the Laser Precision laser templating system. This system was added to our standard templating procedures in 2005 Fabrication: Once the Webco, Inc. has the Phototop® digital template it is downloaded into either Stone CAD or Flow CAD and final preparations to the drawing.After the drawings are broke apart and cutouts have been added, the program moves to Stone CAM or Flow CAM. O ...

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