Granite Transformations Offers Eco-Friendly Options

Granite Transformations Offers Eco-Friendly Options for National Recycling Month

As Earth Day approaches and in recognition of National Recycling Month in April, you may be more conscientious of the environmental impact you make on a day-to-day basis. If you’re considering a home remodel, one way to reduce waste while getting a beautiful new space is to choose Granite Transformations for your remodeling needs. With gorgeous, quality products, many of which are made from recycled materials, and an installation process which virtually eliminates waste, you can enjoy an amazing remodel, which is less harmful to the earth.

 

Countertops: Our recycled glass countertops use up to 72% post consumer recycled material, making it a very earth-friendly option for your home improvement projects. Additionally, both our exclusive granite and recycled glass countertops use 65% less material than traditional countertops because our products are created to be installed over existing surfaces.

Mosaic Tile: Granite Transformations offers many different mosaic tile color and style options made from recycled materials. To find out which tiles are our most eco-friendly, just look for the recycle symbol on our mosaic tiles colors page.

Installation and Manufacturing Process: Because we often install products over existing surfaces, less waste is produced. With this demolition-free installation process, it also means that a home improvement project with Granite Transformations is a convenient and headache-free option. Plus, we use recycled materials whenever possible, which means that our products are created using less energy and consuming fewer resources.

 

To learn how Granite Transformations’ eco-friendly products are right for your home improvement needs, schedule a free in-home consultation now.

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  1. Toby
    Toby says:

    What is the cost per sq ft when dealing with recycled glass countertop overlays vs Quartz? I’m in the Dallas area and the overlay/minislab method seems like and interesting method to dress up outdated countertops if the price is right. Also, what thickness do these overlays come in?

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