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New Social Media Profiles

clock May 26, 2012 23:03 by author mtemple

Replacement Counters has served the online countertop community for many years. During this time, we have offered home owners many resources to find the best option for their countertop needs. And during this time, we have made sure to keep in touch with social media venues you most frequently visit. We have offered online resources via our website and this blog. We've posted on Facebook. We've tweeted on Twitter

And now Replacement Counters is happy to share with you several other places to find us! So as you browse the many profiles and accounts you possess online, you can easily find us on the following platforms you already have accounts under:

Google+ - Got swept up in the Google takeover and all it has to offer? So did we!

Houzz - Always wondered what other people are doing to their homes? So do we. Check out this new platform for just that!

LinkedIn - Are you interested in a more professional platform to connect with us? Then do it here!

YouTube - Videos for all things countertop! 

Pinterest (coming soon) 

 

And of course you can always check out the many articles and information found on our blog and our website, www.replacementcounters.com!



Mossy Green Zodiaq Countertop

clock August 13, 2010 20:28 by author mtemple

This countertop was done in Mossy Green Zodiaq. The color Mossy Green is part of the Terra Collection colors.

The Dupont Zodiaq Terra collection is a new line of color for countertops. Zodiaq is the quartz line for Dupont. These quartz based colors also include 50% pre-consumer recycled glass which make them a green friendly application for your kitchen countertops or vanities.  The colors include: Calm Spring, Warm Taupe, Mossy Green, and Moroccan Morning.



Antique Pearl Zodiaq Kitchen Countertop

clock August 12, 2010 18:08 by author mtemple

This top was installed using Zodiaq Antique Pearl. It is a grayish white that goes well with most cabinet combinations. As you can see there is an area to the left were the customer needs to simple add a little bit of grout between the tile and the 4 inch backsplash.