From the Designers

New Waypoint Cabinetry finish

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Here is a link to the Waypoint Cabinetry's Stone cabinet finish details:

Medallion Cabinetry has a great website with a useful checklist for kitchen remodels.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Go to this link for more information:

Descriptions of stone slabs from CapCo Tile

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

This is interesting information on the different geological properties of the popular solid surfaces that are becoming more of the industry standard when choosing countertop material:


End-Joint Glue Requirements for Bruce hardwood and engineered floors

Monday, December 16, 2013

This was sent to us as an ammendment to our Armstrong flooring installation handbook:

The recommendation to glue the end-joints on the Armstrong Bruce hardwood and engineered flooring is to provide additional stability. In both solid and engineered floors with widths of 4" or more, the wider width allows for more width-wise distortion (cupping/crowning) of the wood. To combat this distortion in the past wih solid products, nails or screws used at the sides and ends of the boards were covered with pegs that have since lost their appeal in the marketplace.

Note: This info is only for glue-down and staple-down products that may require end joints to be glued. 

  • 3/4" solid wood flooring when widths are 4" or wider apply a 1/4" bead of Premium Urethane Construction Adhesive to the back of the board or the subfloor in a serpentine pattern.
  • Engineered flooring when widths are 3-1/4" or wider apply a 1/8" bead of PVA Bruce EverSeal, Armstrong 99 adhesive in the end-groove of each board.

The floor experts at Armstrong do not recommend gluing end-joints of Pattern Plus 5000 and Premier Performance with the glue-down installation system.

Welcome to our website!

Monday, November 11, 2013

With this site we hope to make it easier for our clients to see all of the building materials that we carry and for new clients to see some of our projects.