Remnants and how we make use of them

The remaining pieces of stone left over are what we call remnants. These remnants are beautiful and still in perfect shape. In order to reduce waste, and after our natural stone installation projects, we store our best remaining stone. Our warehouse is busting at the seams from stunning remnants which are not large enough for a full kitchen but may be perfect for a smaller bathroom or island.

Remnant
Countertops

Remnants are perfect for:

Bathrooms

Kitchen Islands

Small Projects

Offices

Tables

Fireplaces

Remnants from different materials give us a chance to be very creative to utilize them far beyond our normal countertops. We handle other projects with remnants. Once we do your countertops, we can offer to do additional projects within the home with the remnants to ensure that the pieces are used within your home and match what has already been installed.

Remnants are medium or small stones that are cut from the larger slabs. We remain with unused parts after we carve countertops from quartz, marble, soapstone, or granite. We use them in different areas such as furniture pieces, fireplace surrounds, shower ledges/seats, and vanities, and more. 

Cost of remnants

When we talk about remnants, many people assume that they are cheap materials often given out at a bad price because they are unwanted or leftover waste. This is far from the truth. The remnants do indeed come from larger slabs. However, they are cut from high-end materials and still look beautiful.

If you have a smaller project or a “one-off” situation a remnant may be the perfect solution.  We offer remnants for reduced cost at your convenience.

Don’t forget about those additional projects within your home!

Remnants are only smaller pieces of natural stones or engineered stones. This does not mean that they are cheap or of a low quality. It means they are too small to handle another complete countertop project. They are still big enough to handle smaller projects. The sizes can be very close to small project sizes, reducing waste when producing such pieces. This then reduces the price that has to be paid for the materials.

When a homeowner needs an exotic remnant, it does not mean that it will be that cheap. While it is true that the size is smaller and waste costs reduced, the stone is still very valuable and has the same premium quality as the proximal slab. It is not just a cheap leftover. 

If your has a smaller project needs a smaller piece of stone and it does not make sense to start cutting a new slab; you need a remnant from Integrity Stonework.

Rather than start cutting a larger-new slab, come visit our warehouse and you’re almost certain to find a remnant that is perfect for you.

Finding your perfect remnant

Some homeowners prefer using remnants for their projects for uniqueness and selection in designs. This is often a matter of preference.

You’ll love using remnants because of all the different pieces from granite, soapstone, quartz, and marble. You’ll love all the color and style options and you’ll have fun finding the perfect complement to match and complete your project.

We are here to help.  Call us today to find the perfect remnant.

"I would highly recommend Integrity Stonework! Jenna and Mike were wonderful to work with; totally professional and friendly at the same time. They kept in contact with us throughout the process, and even made a (free) second trip out to install the backsplash because there was electrical in the way during the initial install."
Tracey Jordan