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22
Mar

Over 1,500 Dealers at Your Fingertips

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So, you’ve decided that Fusion Stone is the right material for your next DIY project. Great choice! Now, where do you go to choose and order your stone? With over 1,500 Fusion Stone dealers across Canada there are lots of options.

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16
Mar

Great Things in Small Packages

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Just like a whisper or grazing touch, the subtle and the nuanced are often just the right expressions to make a meaningful impression.

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07
Mar

Your FAQs Answered

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What is Fusion Stone? Fusion Stone is a stone veneer that is manufactured sustainably. We use the highest quantity of recyclable materials possible without sacrificing strength or appearance.

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02
Mar

7 Ways Contractors Are Making Money and Winning Bids with Fusion Stone

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Homeowners love the versatility, durability, and one-of-a-kind style of Fusion Stone, but construction contractors love it for their own reasons. As a contractor you have to balance different and sometimes competing interests. You want to keep the client happy and deliver a great finished product without going over budget.

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15
Feb

February Feature Project – Subway

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With 44,834 locations in 112 countries, Subway has about 8,000 more stores than McDonald’s. This proliferation has come to pass, in both cases, because these companies deliver a consistent, quality product that consumers want.

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08
Feb

Think the Burj Khalifa Tower is Impressive?

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Towering 2,716 feet above the desert, the Burj Khalifa Tower in Dubai, UAE is the world’s tallest building. It stands about 700 feet taller that the second tallest building in the world, the Shanghai Tower (2,073 feet); almost 1,000 feet taller than the tallest building in the western hemisphere, the One World Trade Center (1,776 feet); and more than 1,200 feet taller than our own CN Tower (1,500 feet).

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01
Feb

What is the Tiny House Movement?

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An architectural and social movement, tiny houses promote the idea of living a simple life in a smaller home. House sizes exploded over the course of the 20th century. In the United States the average house grew from 983 square feet in 1950, to 1,780 square feet in 1978, to 2,662 square feet in 2013. Larger houses are more expensive, use more materials, and are harsher on the environment.

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18
Jan

Fireplace Form and Function

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The fireplace had its genesis as a purely functional innovation. It had essentially a two-fold purpose: to provide warmth and to cook food. It is easy to imagine how these utilitarian functions, given their relationship to both necessity and comfort, were soon joined by a more aesthetic appeal. The fireplace became central to life with its associations to family, security and pleasant memories.

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