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Soapstone: Too Soft for My Countertops?

The answer is no! Soapstone is not harmed by acids, wine, hot pots or pans, or other chemicals. The substance is naturally “non-porous” meaning it will not absorb other substances. Although the stone does not need a sealant for protection, some homeowners choose to use oil to enhance the rich, dark color of the soapstone. Soapstone is the go-to choice for science labs because of its durability and little-to-no maintenance. Because it’s… View More

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Why Choose a Wood-look Tile over Hardwood?

Why choose a wood-like tile over hardwood? Cost Hardwood floors have a great range in price. You might find some as low as $5 to as much as $20. When you add installation and the maintenance of the floor over time, you might be looking at a greater expense than a porcelain tile. Advances in technology have allowed companies to produce porcelain tile that can take on the look of an exotic… View More

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Open House and Customer Appreciation Day - August 27th

Join Inside Effects and Outside Effects on August 27th for an Open House and Customer Appreciation Day!  We will have many special things going on that day including 10% grilling accessories, a free sink and faucet with countertop purchase*, a drawing for a Large Big Green Egg in a Nest, free samples and cooking demonstrations from the Big Green Egg "Eggulance", and much more.  Mark your calander and we hope to see you… View More

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Life in Chenal - Inside Effects

Inside Effects and Outside Effects were recently featured in Life in Chenal magazine.… View More

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The big question..."Can I use marble in my kitchen?"

I am asked this question everyday, "Can I use marble in my kitchen?". The next thing they say is that someone told them they should NEVER use marble for kitchen countertops. My thought on the subject is.......YES, I would use it in my kitchen. A couple of things to think about if you are considering marble for your kitchen countertops: 1. There is a difference in types of marble, for instance I would not consider using black or dark brown… View More

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