Repurpose Your Home With Remnants Materials
Trust APF for the Best Remnant Materials
At APF, we’re delighted to provide a wide range of countertop remnants, which include granite, marble, and quartz, to take your interior design projects to the next level. Our expertise extends to providing customized stone countertops for kitchen and bathroom design services, including making the most out of the slab remnants.
With a team of licensed and insured specialists boasting a collective experience of over 15,000 stone installations, we bring unparalleled proficiency to every project. Looking forward, our vision remains clear and precise: to create a world where the beauty of well-designed living, working, and recreational spaces is within everyone’s reach, utilizing even the smallest remnants of marble, granite and quartz.
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Why Choose Remnant Materials?
Stone remnants make an economically rewarding choice for their availability at a fraction of the cost when compared to full-sized materials. This financial advantage facilitates you to save money for other aspects of your project.
Selecting remnants from the same batch ensures seamless and harmonious coordination of colors, patterns, and textures throughout your space. This coherence can significantly enhance the aesthetics of your project.
Remnants are remarkably versatile, making them suitable for a wide range of applications like wall displays, decor pieces, or even to beautify a piece of furniture. Their flexibility allows you to realize your design ideas across various aspects of your project.
Remnants can be easily tailored to your specific requirements, allowing you to craft personalized and bespoke design solutions that align perfectly with your vision. With the help of a professional, you can get the most suitable remnant for your requirements.
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Frequently Asked Questions
emnants mostly come into use in creating smaller and miniature projects. They generally don’t work well for any kitchen or bathroom countertop use because of their small size. However, there are multiple ways one can utilize them, like in the kitchen island, as a coffee table, accent tables & many more.
A common misconception regarding remnants is that they are of cheap quality because they are leftovers. It's important to note that even though the size of the slab has decreased, and you are paying less price for it, the value of the original stone remains the same.
After finishing a granite project, there are often smaller, unused pieces of granite that aren't large enough to be repurposed for significant tasks but are still sizable and suitable for various other projects. These remaining granite sections are commonly referred to as granite remnants.
Remnants materials are used for smaller-scale projects, making it challenging to use a single, large remnant for an entire kitchen or bathroom renovation. However, they offer a range of appealing choices for accents like a contrasting kitchen island or a stylish backsplash. Beyond these applications, remnants can also be creatively repurposed for crafting items like coffee tables, elegant mantle pieces, decorative coasters, and various other accessorizing uses.
When we cut large pieces of any type of stone to be used as countertops, the unused or remaining part is called countertop remnant. As the two stone slabs cannot be merged into one to form large countertop areas, thus they are sold to reutilize for other purposes.
You can get stone remnants here at APF at discounted prices. We provide them in three materials - Granite, Marble, Quartz. You can visit our website or our showroom in Loganville to take a look at our display of remnants.