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ASSI

11270 Old Baltimore Pike
Beltsville, MD 20705301-937-2800

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Artelye Marble & Granite

10116 Bacon Dr
Beltsville, MD 20705301-931-6616

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US Marble & Granite

10501 Tucker St
Beltsville, MD 20705301-595-7400

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Akropolis Marble & Granite

10310 Southard Dr
Beltsville, MD 20705301-595-2900

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Americancountertops

10772 Tucker St
Beltsville, MD 20705301-937-7300

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Masterpieces In Granite-Marble

5112 Sunnyside Ave Ste B
Beltsville, MD 20705301-441-3500

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A-1 Laminates

6806 Mid Cities Ave
Beltsville, MD 20705301-937-5282

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Behnke Nurseries

11300 Baltimore Ave
Beltsville, MD 20705301-937-1100

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Blackstone Granite & Marble

10310 Southard Dr
Beltsville, MD 20705301-595-1070

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Capital Surfaces

5006 Cook Rd Ste A
Beltsville, MD 20705301-595-2520

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Cultured Marble

10751 Tucker St
Beltsville, MD 20705301-937-3000

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D & S Cabinet & Sinktop

11337 Old Baltimore Pike
Beltsville, MD 20705301-937-4244

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Fortune Stone Unlimited

5008 Howard Ave
Beltsville, MD 20705301-931-8500

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Marva

12225 Distribution Way
Beltsville, MD 20705301-595-1882

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Stone International Mid Atlantic

10200 Bacon Dr
Beltsville, MD 20705301-931-8885

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Are you ready for a kitchen makeover? Here's advice on planning your space, finding the right designers, suppliers, and contractors, and getting good prices.

When the time comes for a kitchen redo, you certainly should go with finishes and fixtures that you love. But make sure they fit current and up-and-coming cabinet and countertop trends before signing any contracts or swinging a demo hammer.

Countertop materials range from wood to plastics to metal to stone. Manufactured quartz—formed from stone chips, resins, and pigments—is edging out natural stone materials in popularity, thanks in part to its durability and its availability in zillions of colors.

Finding the right appliance, buying it, and getting it delivered and installed without hassles can be an aggravating experience. Fortunately, some area stores serve their customers well, and you don’t have to pay more to get this kind of treatment.

Start by carefully considering what you think you want. Then weigh your wish list against what you’ll probably pay to fulfill it. Identifying goals and thinking through available options will force some decisions—and also help you set a budget cap.

Whether you need to cover a kitchen backsplash, redo the floor in your powder room, or pick finishes and materials for an entire house, tile is a big part of many remodeling projects. But walk into a tile showroom or home improvement store, and you may be overwhelmed with options. Cement or porcelain? White or off-white subway tiles? Glass tiles etched and painted with songbirds or a marble mosaic that looks straight out of Pompeii?

To get your money’s worth, and a job that looks good and lasts, here are 15 tips on tiling—from finding a good contractor to checking the finishing details.