Using remnant marble and granite is a great way to save money on your home remodeling projects, but as with many facets of life, it has pros and cons. In this blog post, we will evaluate the positive aspects of using remnant stone to renovate your home, as well as some potential pain points for your project and how to avoid them.
If you’ve ever set out to renovate your home, you know just as well as anyone that the world of stone can be a confusing one. Granite, marble, engineered stone, limestone… where do I even start? Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of the different types of stone you can use for your next kitchen or bath project (or for any of these exciting project ideas). By the time you’re done with this article, you should have a pretty clear idea of which material is right for you!
Many stone fabricators and contractors may throw their remnants away, but that doesn’t mean they belong in the trash. While there are many remnants that are large enough to use for your full fabrication needs, some are too small to use for a countertop or island. That doesn’t mean they can’t be used for something else though! Here are a few exciting ways to make smaller pieces of leftover marble or granite a beautiful new addition to your home.