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How Natural Stone Is Formed

Natural stone has become one of the most popular materials to use in homes, commercial spaces, and outdoors. Have you ever stopped to wonder the origin of these beautiful stones? Natural stone was actually created thousands of years ago when our planet was full of mineral gasses. These gasses hardened and solidified to form everything we see on the Earth today. Stone made its debut during this time.

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Why You Should Be Using Natural Stone In Your Next Project

Architects, developers, and construction workers often ask why they should build with natural stone and the list in endless, but we are going to highlight the most important reasons that you should be using natural stone in your next project.

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Keeping Your Subcontractors Happy In Extreme Heat

Summer hasn’t “officially” started yet, but the temperatures have been saying otherwise! The soaring temperatures bring the danger of suffering from heat-related illnesses for anyone working outdoors, including construction workers.

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Tips For Managing Your Subcontractor

Many general contractors use subcontractors when they have too much work on their plates or are overextended. Companies need subcontractors to keep their own profitable,  which creates a symbiotic relationship of give and take between businesses and encourages growth for both. Subcontractors aren’t officially employees of a company, but they still operate under the general umbrella that is the company itself. Use these tips to manage subcontractors efficiently so that corporations and subcontractors alike can remain successful.

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Stone Maintenance And Restoration

Installing natural stone into your home can bring elegance and personality, but many people stray away from this material because they assume it is hard to maintain. The good news is that with proper care and maintenance, you can delay any everyday wear and tear.

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4 Customer Service Tips For Natural Stone Fabricators, Contractors, & Designers

When you’re working on a client’s project, sometimes accidents happen. Whether it’s something out of your control like natural disasters or bad weather, or things in your control like bad scheduling or incorrect billing, customers can get upset from time to time. It doesn’t pay to lose a client due to poor customer service or lack of care when it’s so easy to train employees to deal with the situations appropriately as they arise.

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