Romeoville, IL, November 16, 2016 – Laser Products Industries (LPI) today announced it has made two workforce changes that are intended to continue the company’s rapid growth and to better...Read More
While Eric Tryon, owner of Premier Surfaces in Atlanta, GA, might have left the corporate world to pursue his own endeavors in the stone industry, he held on to the...Read More
Romeoville, IL – August 22, 2016 – Laser Products, the World Leader in Digital Templating has experienced significant growth over the past few years. There has been enough growth that in order to continue to offer the same quality of service, the company has added two sales territories.
Laser Products is excited to announce Aaron Alexander as the new Northwest Sales Manager. Aaron has spent the last two years as a sales manager for the fabric division. He has trained users to template highly complex jobs with ease and to streamline their production workflow. The past year he has also trained hundreds of customers in the stone division. Because of this experience, Aaron has the knowledge and dedication needed to carry on as a regional salesman at Laser Products.
Laser Products, the World Leader in Digital Templating is excited to announce a strategic partnership with Northwood Designs, creators of Slabsmith™. Both companies saw a disconnect between templating and fabricating...Read More
Starting in a barn in Buckingham, FL, Solid Surface Tops of Southwest Florida, Inc. was formed and incorporated in April 2002. The company, founded by Jack and Glenda Balentine, the company president and corporate secretary, respectively, began by only fabricating solid surface materials exclusively.
“After about six months, we moved to a 1,250-square-foot shop on Metro Parkway in Fort Myers, FL,” said Glenda Balentine. “We template, fabricate and install solid surface countertops, most generally Corian, to builders, both new construction and remodeling, and some retail. We soon outgrew that small shop and moved a few blocks away to a 5,000-square-foot space on Idlewild Street.”
Since its beginnings in 2001, Discover Marble & Granite has slowly grown, but since the 2008 recession, it has seen a huge gain due to two reasons. In July 2003, Victor DeOliveira, company president, placed the company’s first order of quartz from Cambria and invested substantially into it. With business picking up, DeOliveira then made the decision to purchase a line-up of state-of-the-art fabrication equipment to establish an efficient production process.
“By 2006, we were moving a lot of material,” said DeOliveira. “We were one of the largest wholesalers of Cambria in the country. It took about two and a half years to get the ball rolling, but since then, it has really taken off for us. We are now known in the industry as a quartz supplier because of that commitment.”