Hurricane Countertop Shopping: Is It A Sign From The Universe?

Do you feel that shopping for countertops in a hurricane is a sign from the universe? If so, you could always buy a slab of Shadow Storm Marble or Cloudy White Granite from Quality Stone Concepts. Is Shadow Storm or Cloudy White in your future?   1373 London Bridge Road, Virginia Beach, VA, 23453 757-275-9382 WWW.QualityStoneConcepts.com [email protected]  

By |2018-09-13T13:28:56+00:00September 13th, 2018|Blog, Recent Projects, Uncategorized|0 Comments

AFFORDABLE QUARTZ COUNTERTOPS NOT MADE IN CHINA AVAILABLE @QUALITY STONE CONCEPTS IN VIRGINIA BEACH

Quality Stone Concepts is now offering Technistone quartz products! Located right here in Hampton Roads, Technistone is a local quartz distributor that is affordable, budget-friendly, and cost-effective. Their products are NOT manufactured in China and are known for their “Long Lifetime Durability.” We have tons of samples and displays available to view at our showroom M-F 9-5 and Saturday’s by appointment. Feel free to schedule an appointment, give us a call, or send us an email to learn more about this great product.   Quality Stone Concepts Best Reviewed Countertop and Cabinet Company in Hampton Roads 1373 London Bridge Road, Virginia Beach, VA, 23452 www.QualityStoneConcepts.com [email protected] 757-275-9382  

By |2018-06-15T17:45:39+00:00June 15th, 2018|Recent Projects|0 Comments

Myths About Natural Stone

Natural stone is a unique material that known for its durability and good looks. Although natural stone is a popular choice for countertops among homeowners, contractors, and flippers, there are several myths about the practicality of the product.   Myth #1: Natural Stone Stains Easily Busted: Staining is a HUGE concern for many homeowners considering natural stone countertops. Well, I have good news; natural stone does NOT stain easily. Although, natural stone is not impervious to all stains, in most cases it can be easily treated for stains like coffee, wine, grease, and cosmetics.   Myth #2: Natural Stone is Expensive. Busted: Price point is always a concern for homeowners, flippers, and contractors looking to purchase natural stone countertops. Natural stone comes in a variety [...]

By |2018-04-05T11:43:05+00:00April 5th, 2018|Blog, Recent Projects, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Spring Super Savings Sale on Stone Countertops @Quality Stone Concepts (757)

The Easter bunny may have already visited, however, QSC is still having a Spring Super Savings Sale on select stone countertops. Select stones are on sale and countertops can be fabricated and installed in a few short weeks. If your planning on having that once-a-year summer party, this is the time to re-do your kitchen, thus ensuring it is done for the summer season. Granite is perfect for almost any outdoor project as it can withstand Virginia’s high heat, torrential downpours, and unpredictable weather patterns. Come check out The Best Reviewed Countertop Company in Hampton Roads and save big on your spring project.   Quality Stone Concepts 1373 London Bridge Road, Virginia Beach, VA, 23453 757-275-9382 (phone) 757-275-9383 (fax) www.qualitystoneconcepts.com

By |2018-04-05T11:39:14+00:00April 5th, 2018|Blog, Recent Projects, Uncategorized|0 Comments

ATTENTION ALL SAVVY SHOPPERS: SINGLE SLAB SALE GOING ON NOW @Quality Stone Concepts

Perfect for large or multiple vanities, and small kitchens. EVERYTHING is included for a total cost of $2000. First come first serve and NO holds. This special will not last long. Offer valid until March 20, 2018. Come check out The Best Reviewed Cabinet and Counter-top Company in Hampton Roads and Keep It Local.   1373 London Bridge Road Virginia Beach, VA, 23453 757-275-9382 www.qualitystoneconcepts.com [email protected] Best of Houzz Best of The Beach Angie’s List Super Star    

By |2018-03-16T14:20:30+00:00March 16th, 2018|Blog, Recent Projects, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Marble Kitchen Counter-Tops – What you need to know?

Shadow Storm Marble Marble counter-tops can give any home a timeless and classic feel. Marble is typically known for its bold veining, crisp white color, and it’s unique properties. One thing to consider is that marble is significantly softer than granite and quartz. Marble ranges between a 3 and 5 on the Moh’s Hardness Scale, whereas quartz and granite are both above a 7 on the Moh’s Hardness Scale. This means that marble is more likely to scratch and etch than granite or quartz. Marble is calcium carbonate based, which means acidic foods, cleaning products, etc. will cause etching. A sealer will help protect marble tops from acidic foods and cleaners, however, it needs to be applied at least once a year. Utensils, [...]

By |2018-01-09T16:07:51+00:00January 9th, 2018|Blog, Recent Projects, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Marble Marble Marble

Right now there's more demand for "white marble" than at anytime in the last 20 years.  Did you know that there are hundreds of other "white Marbles" other than traditional White Carrara?  Here are some different unique options from some of our local suppliers. White Soapstone White Sand Leather Marble Traditional White Carrara Honed Super White Quartzite Staturietto Marble Shadow Storm Marble Grey Vanatino Grigio Italia Marble Greylack Marble Covelano Marble Book matched slabs of marble Book matching is one way to make your seams more artistic. Calcutta Lincoln Marble Statuarietto Marble Mystery White Marble [...]

By |2017-09-27T15:24:21+00:00September 27th, 2017|Blog, Recent Projects, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Top 5 White Marble Countertops

The other day, I was watching one of those political talk shows and they were talking about marketing to the "Millennial Generation."  The show was saying that Millennials value the "unique" and "authentic" things in life.  I learned that if it's not "authentic" you might as well not even waste your time trying to market someone reaching adulthood around early 2000's. This struck me as interesting because we have a lot of people come to our showroom and ask for white marble countertops.  As someone who was introduced to the granite industry in 2006, general consensus was that marble is just not a good option as a countertop because of it's tendency to scratch and stain.  However, I could never understand why White Carrara was [...]

By |2016-11-02T20:26:07+00:00February 8th, 2016|Blog, Recent Projects, Uncategorized|1 Comment