Natural Stone Counter Use and Care

OSHA Certified

After voluntarily enrolling in OSHA’s compliance program, called “SHARP”, Stone Masters Inc. is proud to announce the completion of our certification. SHARP is an acronym for “Safety Health Achievement Program”. The program is entirely voluntary and goes above and beyond the basic OSHA basic requirements. The goal of the program was in keeping with our…

Now Offering CEU Courses!

As long time members of the Marble Institute of America (MIA), we are proud to announce that both Ann Marie and Ashley DiTomaso have gone through the MIA’s accreditation process of becoming certified CEU speakers. They are now able to host and guest speak at industry events. Participants of any of their 13 courses will…

When do I seal my stone countertop?

How do I know when do I seal my stone counter-top? OK, when do I seal my stone? Not all natural stones are porous. It’s only a handful of stones that give the bad reputation of natural stones staining. Every stone that we process here at Stone Masters gets sealed with a high quality sealer.…

How do I clean my stone countertop?

Cleaning natural or engineered stone is best done using warm water and a soft cloth. How do I clean my stone countertop? Cleaning natural or engineered stone is best done using warm water and a soft cloth. Very small amounts of soap can be used if desired. Soap should not be used in excess because…

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