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Cabinets, Vanities, Countertops, Flooring and more

cabinets/Vanities

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 Our RTA cabinets are made of real wood and come with advanced options including soft closing hardware, all wood construction, and full overlay doors. Many styles and colors to choose from to make your vision come alive!

granite countertops

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 Formed over millions of years from compressed molten rock under the Earth's surface, granite is extremely hard and durable. With its heat-resistant qualities, granite doesn't blister; it's also unlikely to scratch or chip.

Quartz Countertops

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Quartz is a man-made engineered stone and is actually harder than granite and thus, more durable. In fact, quartz is nearly indestructible, and because it isn't porous like granite, it's easy to keep your countertops relatively bacteria-free. It's a great option for kitchen and bath remodels.

Engineered Marble

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 Engineered marble is a recycled natural stone that has been crushed, pressed, heated and bonded with a very small amount of resin. Unlike natural stone which is porous, engineered mable is less pervious to moisture which can cause mildew. It offers a cost-effective alternative to cultured marble, natural stone and tile. 

NeoLith Ultra Compact Surfaces

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 Ultra Compact Surfaces are a new type of counter top surface manufactured by putting the raw materials found in glass, porcelain, and quartz, under extremely high heat and pressure to create an nearly indestructible material that can be used for counter tops, floors, sinks, and even interior and exterior wall cladding. NeoLith is the next step in the evolution of counter top surfaces, flooring and wall cladding. 

Backsplashes

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 A backsplash refers to the material used to cover the area of wall between a counter top and upper cabinets. This detail is an opportunity for homeowners to express themselves through a variety of textures, colors and materials. 

tile, stone, porcelain wood-look Floors

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 In terms of color and overall style options, Ceramic or Porcelain tile is by far the most versatile flooring material available. There's everything from tiny mosaics to large format floor tiles to "wood look" tile that blends the look of hardwood with the durability of ceramic. 

luxury waterproof vinyl

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Luxury Waterproof Vinyl is a vinyl-based flooring material that is designed to mimic the look and feel of various materials such as wood, stone or ceramic. While it may seem unlikely to have luxury and vinyl in the same sentence, LVT is actually a high-end vinyl material, made better through technology. It is now used widely in luxury homes and condos. 

Laminate Flooring

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 Laminate flooring simulates wood (or sometimes stone) with a photographic applique layer under a clear protective layer. It is a durable and cost-effective way to get the look you want within your budget!