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Safety and Business Resources for Contractors During COVID-19

The safety of employees, partners, customers, and visitors has long been a key mission for the residential construction industry. That focus is even more critical now as builders, remodelers, and contractors navigate the COVID-19 crisis while keeping both their businesses and their team members healthy.

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Manufactured Stone Ranks #1 in Remodel ROI

When approaching a residential remodel project, homeowners and professionals alike have a variety of options to prioritize depending on the space(s) involved and the anticipated value of the project in terms of increasing equity. While passion projects such as kitchen and bath remodels often require significant time and budgets, other opportunities take less investment and can prove to be more lucrative in recouping costs—including the use of manufactured stone veneer to enhance curb appeal.

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The Biophilic Imperative: Designing With Nature In Mind

Stressful situations captivate our attention on a daily basis, and we spend many of our waking hours trying to minimize the many adverse effects of stress in our personal and professional lives. Thankfully, the principles of design can hold just as much sway over our anxiety levels as more significant lifestyle adjustments, including self-care activities such as yoga and meditation. To reap the stress-reducing benefits of design, we simply need to go back to our roots and embrace the application of nature-inspired solutions to create more relaxing, human-centric spaces in our homes and businesses.

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Step 6: How to Find the Right Contractor to Install Stone Veneer

Eldorado Stone wants to help you make your next home remodeling project something truly unique and special. Stone walls made of stone veneer make a powerful visual statement and quickly become centerpieces of the interior and exterior spaces.  Stone veneer involves a somewhat complicated installation process, so it’s important to know what you’re getting into before committing to a project. Additionally, if you don’t have much experience working with stone veneer, mortar, or grout, you may want to reach out to a professional contractor.

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