Wednesday, March 25, 2009
One of the hardest things to change in the kitchen is the tile backsplash. We have been asked hundreds of times if we can change it without ripping it out. Seeing many backsplashes I wonder ' What were they thinking when they picked those tiles!'. To change a tile backsplash has meant ripping off the old tile, which usually takes the drywall with it. Putting on new drywall, taping and mudding, then installing new tiles with grout etc. You can count on a week of mess, disrupted lifestyle, dust everywhere and grit in your food. That's why so many ugly backsplashes stay ugly and people try to decorate around it.
We have been experimenting with water based products that will prepare the tiles for a colour change. We have succeeded and now have a durable process to change the colour of the backsplash with one of our more than 40 beautiful colours. The cost is only a fraction of the price of replacing without all that mess. We can also touch it up if it gets damaged in the future, the same as with countertops.
There will be more information on our website shortly.
Friday, March 6, 2009
Zachary refacing a countertop!
We have set up a number of dealer in Canada, but there are lots of holes to fill up. Recently signed on is Ray on Vancouver Island. He is setting up operators at various parts of the island. Bernie is covering the far north of Alberta and northeastern British Columbia. There is a lot of travel and he does countertops along with his tub refinishing business. Tom has part of northern Ontario that includes Sudbury, North Bay and Timmins. Derek has Muskoka - Parry Sound which also includes Gravenhurst to Bracebridge. Wes has York region from Newmarket to Richmond Hill. Greg has residential Toronto which is a huge market. Jeff is setting up Nova Scotia and planning on setting up other operators there as it grows. My family is covering Orillia, Barrie to Shelburne and Collingwood.
In the USA, Adele has started as distributor in Indianapolis and has some dealers throughout Indiana but the rest of the country is waiting for this great service!
In Canada and the US, to see if there is a dealer in your area, go to the website listed below, click on 'Find a Dealer' and you can send a message directly to your local dealer. If there is no dealer, we have attractive start up packages to get you up and running as quick as possible.