At NuStone Transformations, we’re partial towards quartz when it comes to kitchen or bathroom countertops. For years, the default material homeowners opted for was granite. And while granite does have its beauty and benefits, it simply comes up a little short when compared to quartz. Here’s why when it comes to which is better, granite … Continue reading Which is Better: Granite or Quartz?
Quartz countertops. The mere mention of the phrase invokes a feeling of class and sophistication. Any home builder worth their salt would be wise to include quartz kitchen countertops as a design option for prospective buyers. And any homeowner looking to transform their kitchen may inevitably give quartz from NuStone Transformations serious consideration before making … Continue reading The Enduring Popularity & Benefits of Quartz Countertops
You’ve decided to update your kitchen countertops. That was the easy part. Now comes the tough decision: Should you install granite, quartz or glass countertops? You can’t go wrong with whatever you choose. And with NuStone Transformations patented one day countertop installation process, you’ll get your brand new countertop quickly with very little inconvenience. With … Continue reading Granite vs. Quartz vs. Glass Countertops. The Pros of Each.
One day. Just one day. That’s all it takes for NuStone Transformations to install a brand new kitchen countertop in your home. Because we’ve developed and perfected a one day countertop installation process, you can completely transform the look of your kitchen or bathroom in as little as one day. Better still, single day countertop … Continue reading How Does One Day Countertop Installation Work?
Have you ever wondered just where and how your custom granite countertop gets made before it’s installed at your home? NuStone Transformations has locations all over the world. And the manufacturing plant in Sebring, Florida was kind enough to open their doors for a sneak peek. Images courtesy of GraniteTranformations.com. Click on each image to … Continue reading Take a Look Inside One of Our Manufacturing Facilities
It’s an exciting time at NuStone Transformations as brand new quartz kitchen countertops have come in for spring and summer 2016. Let’s meet the new kitchen countertops in alphabetical order (and you can click on an image to see a larger version): And as always, you’re free to visit our quartz kitchen countertop gallery for even … Continue reading Check Out These New Quartz Countertop Products
We love every NuStone Transformations customer. Without you, there would be no us. And we appreciate when customers take the time to leave a review of their experience with us. It helps us grow our business. Recently, one customer in particular emailed Tracy Thurston, President of NuStone Transformations to share their story. Because it was … Continue reading A Special Customer Review We Want You to Read
As your dreaming about your new kitchen, you probably have some criteria in mind when it comes to what you’re looking for. Knowing that, we’ve measured the most popular countertop materials according to 8 criteria most homeowners think about: Elegant beauty Non-staining capabilities Maintenance-free care Quick installation Anti-bacterial properties Lifetime warranties Heat-resistance No mess installation … Continue reading Dream It. Design It. Do It. Select the Best Countertop Materials for Your New Kitchen
It’s down to the final few days until the grand opening of our new Oakville showroom on Saturday, May 9 (10am-4pm). We’re so excited – we just had to share some sneak peek pictures with you. Kitchen Displays You’ll be able to check out individual kitchen remodeling products (countertops, cabinetry or backsplashes) or see complete … Continue reading New Showroom Sneak Peek
Every day, thousands of people in Toronto and the GTA grab an onion from their fridge, place it on a cutting board, peel the skin and start chopping it up (usually horizontally). That’s the wrong way to do it. Here’s why: It’s dangerous: Cutting sideways through an onion (especially towards your fingers) is just asking … Continue reading The Right Way to Chop an Onion