Our team is as sturdy as a rock, but when it comes to hurricanes in our area, we know who’s boss. With the impending arrival of Hurricane Florence, ROCKin’teriors will be closed on Thursday and Friday. We expect to re-open Monday at 8:30 a.m., and will post an update if that is not the case due to weather conditions.
Without question, the biggest trend in surfaces this year has been the rise of sintered stone. We’ve been counseling general contractors, interior designers and architects on this unique surface for the past few years and have hosted numerous design workshops on the topic.
Formed by intense high heat, sintered stone is very durable and eco-friendly. Equally impressive as a counter surface or wall cladding both indoors and out, sintered stone can be cut down to about 1 cm thickness.
We’re proud to be the Triangle region’s (Wake, Durham and Orange County) first certified fabricator of Neolith, Dekton and Lapitec. Follow us on social media so you can see our latest installs:
The team at ROCKin’teriors will partake in a restful Labor Day with our families this year. We’ll re-open Tuesday morning and look forward to serving your natural stone needs.
A great benefit of installing sintered stone as wall cladding indoors and outside is the fact that it’s lightweight and extremely durable. We like to call it “spectacularly indestructible” for its beauty and durability. In this photo you see our fearless leader Laura on the job site, helping to move Dekton sintered stone at the Preston Development Company headquarters under construction in Cary with the Poythress Commercial Construction team.
We’ve been hard at work in the month of August installing sintered stone wall cladding at the Preston Development Company headquarters in Cary under construction with Poythress Commercial Contractors. This Dekton sintered stone is made by Cosentino and is ultra-durable and perfect for wall cladding, because of its ability to be cut very thin. Ask us how we can help you implement sintered stone in your next project.