The Big Lift
When do you increase the heft around the shop?
They said that buying a hard-surfaces business five years ago was a bad idea. They were wrong.
JobSight: A Paris Place
Limestone gives a contemporary look that fits with 19th-century neighbors.
What's next for quartz surfaces? One industry pro sees plenty of opportunities for fabricators and distributors.
Vol. 2, No. 3
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The Safe Shop
Extension cords disappear into the shop landscape ... and that's what makes them dangerous.
SFA: What's The Answer?
Trying to measure your shop's performance? SFA members pitch in online with some interesting solutions.
10 Questions With ...
Yes, it's that man.
A focus on software that takes a step-by-step approach to fabrication-shop job management.
Our regular guide to goods and services for the hard-surfaces industry.
Find the solution you need for your business.
The when and where of events and education for the industry.
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