Entries tagged with: building industry


Terrible Tariffs and What it Means for You

The latest on the quartz tariff saga. Grab some aspirin - you're about to have a serious headache. 

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Biomimicry and Building Materials - What You Need to Know

Imagine spending four billion years in school.  That is a lot of education, and it forms the baseline for everything around us as we know it. For billions of years, nature has been adapting and evolving to changing temperatures, sea levels, climates, canopies and weather patterns, constantly learning and adjusting to survive.

 

Building has evolved for a few thousand years, starting with rocks, peaking with glass-clad high rises across the globe, and now settling back into an attempted harmony with nature.  

 

We are optimistic about the trend of bringing nature into the space through Biophilic Design, and we are eager to see more widespread adoption of Biomimicry on its heels.  

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Sinter is Coming - is the season for quartz winding down?

As the cult following Game of Thrones amps up to its epic conclusion, with warring factions fighting for survival and hoping to emerge the victor, we thought it coincided nicely with the rise of sintered stone in our market. We partnered with our friends over at Modern Surfaces to discuss the rise of sintered stone.

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UPDATE: Quartz Companies Coalesce - Calling Out Cambria

And just when I thought surfacing was pretty boring, this Quartz countertop thing is blowing up!

An industry that rests on its laurels and has largely been running to the bank in a boom construction market for the last 7+ years, has had to stop and smell the roses.  And those are some thorny roses.

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UPDATE: Trifecta of Tariffs Take Down Quartz Surfacing

The quartz tariff saga continues. Here is everything that you need to know about quartz countertops and why they just got really, really expensive:

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