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by Giovani Ricetti The first thing that most people think about when they hear the word porcelain, is their mother’s or their grandmother’s china sets. The assumption is that it is a fine, decorative form of pottery, but in reality it is so much more complex and a material unique to itself. With a long
Treat Your Web Site Like A Plant, Not A Brochure Marketing Tips for Stone Masons, Hardscapers and Landscapers Google “reads” your web site based on the frequency of your uploads – that helps customers find your web site. So… Upload at least one photo each week. (You are doing projects, right?) Name the photo file
by Mike Huber Gator Base is a foam base product that has been engineered and designed specifically for pedestrian paver installations. The panels are lightweight and incredibly easy to move around and work with. In this blog post, we’re going to outline, step-by-step, what a typical Gator Base installation involves. 1. Excavation Gator Base eliminates the
Use the free web site Google My Business Google My Business is a free web site that is tied to Google Maps and user’s phone locations. It is very important to make sure that your business is listed with Google using this free service. Here is how to get started: Open your gmail account (if
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Brian Post, Executive Director at The Stone Trust, taught a two-day dry stack stonewall building class at the Stoneyard showroom and warehouse, teaching the best traditions of English stone walls. Experienced stonemasons and one determined homeowner spent two full days learning how to construct a stonewall that will still remain standing even if the ground
Stone Business Magazine Aging Well WELLESLEY HILLS, Mass. – When the look says “castle,” but the construction says drywall, a thin-veneer stone can go a long way. At least that’s the experience of Ed Loughran, owner of the locally based Charles River Wine Cellars, Inc., who’s taken his stone expertise from landscapes to basements in
Building Stone Magazine Article: Stone Brings Rustic Charm To Elegant New England Eatery Written by Jennifer Adams Download PDF of article Elegant, warm and inviting are the three words designer Dana Boucher of Breath of Fresh Art uses to describe the interior dining space of the Copper Door restaurant in Bedford, NH. At the heart