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Veterans Day Remnant Blowout!

Quality Stone is liquidating our Remnant stock to prepare for incoming inventory.  On November 11th, all remnants will be priced at or below cost!  QSC will open doors at 9am and accept sales until 5pm.  No holds without payment are being accepted, 1st come 1st serve!    Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to have the countertops of your dreams become a reality at unbelievable prices!  

By |2013-11-01T05:36:51+00:00October 31st, 2013|Recent Projects|0 Comments

Kitchen Cabinet Types

What type of wood you choose depends on your own tastes, the style of your kitchen, and your home furnishings. Today’s truly custom cabinetry can be made of any fine wood depending on that wood’s availability and your price range. The most common choices for custom cabinets are: Maple (moderate price) - There are more than 10 types of maple in the North and Northwest. Most maple used commercially comes from one of 5 species. The most common is the soft maples. Rock Maple is denser and stronger. Certain Rock Maple logs are selected and peeled to create the beautiful “birds-eye” figure. Maple finishes very well. Cherry (moderate) - Sapwood is pinkish in color while the heartwood is a pinkish brown which will grow to [...]

By |2016-11-02T20:26:08+00:00July 31st, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

Qsc Delivers Granite And Cabinets To The Outer Banks

Quality Stone Concepts is proud to announce its ongoing partnership with Artisan Marble and Tile of Nags Head. This strategic partnership benefits both companies by expanding our product lines and geographic boundaries and allows both companies the ability to utilize a combined 60 years of granite, tile, and cabinet experience. This partnership allows QSC to fabricate granite in both South Eastern Virginia as well as the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Additionally customers will benefit from two show rooms, one in VB and the other on mile marker 4.5 in the OBX. Artisan Marble and Tile’s state of the art fabrication facility it will increase the convenience to our clients regionally in areas such as Edenton, Elizabeth City, and the Outer Banks.

By |2016-11-02T20:26:08+00:00July 31st, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

Granite: Why every homeowner wants a piece of the rock

By Monica Hesse, Published: February 6 in the Washington Post In the beginning God created the heavens and the Earth, including a form of igneous rock called granite, a mass composed mostly of silica and aluminum that makes up a large part of the continental crust, and comes in all the colors of the rainbow and signifies majesty and serenity. On the kajillionth day, or thereabouts, we mined that granite and we made countertops. We laid those countertops in kitchens all across the land, in condos and co-ops, in Pittsburgh and Portland. Now that the entire United States has been good and covered, from slab to shining slab, we can take a step back and analyze the age of the granite countertop. Think about what [...]

By |2016-11-02T20:26:08+00:00July 31st, 2013|Blog|0 Comments

Cambria is rocking with bigger plant, more workers

Quartz countertop maker Cambria might have limped through the recession but it's now running full tilt with yet another expansion that will double its Le Sueur, Minn., factory by April. An army of bright yellow backhoes, 20-wheel spreaders, and compactors descended on the factory off Hwy. 169 two weeks ago to start the building and equipment project that will add 375,000 square feet. The $121 million expansion is the second in five years for the plant, which is benefiting from overwhelming demand for Cambria countertops. In 2007, the company spent $45million doubling the Le Sueur factory to 325,000 square feet and adding 290 jobs. The new project will add 220 workers to the 750 now spread across the company. It also will add two production [...]

By |2013-07-31T17:28:45+00:00July 31st, 2013|Blog|0 Comments
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