SURPLUS INVENTORY SALE...while supplies last!

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SURPLUS INVENTORY SALE...while supplies last!

Sinks and Silestone Slabs on SALE due to surplus inventory at Summit Stoneworks.  We love alliteration and offering low prices to our customers.  

Contact a Sales Rep today to inquire about availability of items listed below!    512-263-3333


Silestone Slabs Available:

Silestone is composed of 94% natural quartz, and is the first and only quartz countertop with Bacteriostatic Protection, giving it unique features. Would you like to learn more?

TOFEE 2cm (21 slabs available while supplies last)

 $45/sf (current retail price is $61/sf)

URBAN CREAM 2cm (5 slabs available while supplies last)

$45/sf  (current retail price is $61/sf)

NIEBLA 2 cm (8 slabs available while supplies last)

$49/sf (current retail price is $65) 

  • Toffee 2cm $45/sf (current retail price is $61/sf) - 21 slabs available while supplies last
  • Urban Cream 2cm $45/sf  (current retail price is $61/sf) - 5 slabs available while supplies last 
  • Niebla 2cm $49/sf (current retail price is $65) - 8 slabs available while supplies last

Blanco Sinks Available:

BLANCO DIAMOND™ 1-3/4 BOWL (Anthracite/Black) - $320 - Savings of $100 - Regular price $420 (8 available while supplies last) 

BLANCO DIAMOND™ 1-3/4 BOWL (Anthracite/Black) - $320 - Savings of $100 - Regular price $420 (8 available while supplies last) 

BLANCO DIAMOND™ Equal Double Bowl (Anthracite/Black) - $320 - Savings of $100 - Regular price $420  (8 available while supplies last) 

BLANCO DIAMOND™ Equal Double Bowl (Anthracite/Black) - $320 - Savings of $100 - Regular price $420  (8 available while supplies last) 

BLANCO DIAMOND™ 1-3/4 BOWL (Cafe Brown) - $320 - Savings of $100 - Regular price $420 (8 available while supplies last) 

BLANCO DIAMOND™ 1-3/4 BOWL (Cafe Brown) - $320 - Savings of $100 - Regular price $420 (8 available while supplies last) 

BLANCO DIAMOND™ Equal Double Bowl  (Cafe Brown) - $320 - Savings of $100 - Regular price $420 (7 available while supplies last)

BLANCO DIAMOND™ Equal Double Bowl  (Cafe Brown) - $320 - Savings of $100 - Regular price $420 (7 available while supplies last)

  • BLANCO DIAMOND™ 1-3/4 BOWL (Anthracite/Black) - $320 - Savings of $100 - Regular price $420 (8 available) 
  • BLANCO DIAMOND™ 1-3/4 BOWL (Cafe Brown) - $320 - Savings of $100 - Regular price $420 (8 available) 
  • BLANCO DIAMOND™ Equal Double Bowl (Anthracite/Black) - $320 - Savings of $100 - Regular price $420  (8 available) 
  • BLANCO DIAMOND™ Equal Double Bowl  (Cafe Brown) - $320 - Savings of $100 - Regular price $420 (7 available)

 

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Wimberley - a little taste of Heaven

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Wimberley - a little taste of Heaven

After floods and disaster hit in Wimberley and surrounding area near Austin, upper management at Summit Stoneworks knew they needed to act quickly.  They partnered with Americorps & Texas Conservation Corp and & Cypress Creek Church and have begun serving the community in Wimberely two times a week.  Every week for 6 weeks (or longer if needed) Summit plans to send a team of 3-5 employees at a time to help with the clean up process.   After the first couple of service trips to Wimberley, I (Bekah Self, Marketing Manager) interviewed one of the employees, Nick Jensen to better understand what it was like in Wimberley.

Me:  "Tell me what happened when you arrived in Wimberley"

Nick:  " We arrived in Wimberley at 8am and everything was clearly marked...where to sign up, where to go next, and who was leading us.  There were even arrows pointing us where to go, and supplies/snacks/bug sprays/tools etc. to prep us for the day of serving."

It was great to see hundreds of volunteers and so many helpers ready and willing to serve those in need.
— Nick Jensen (Summit Employee)

Me:  "Describe your actual work site."

Nick:  "Our site was 22 minutes from the Resource Center - and right at the end of a road that butted up to the river.  The home we worked on had 5’ of water in it - it was in ruin - and most of my and Jitter (a fellow Summit Employee) spent most of the day tearing out paneling, drywall, insulation, and cabinetry, to air out the studs and prevent the growth of mold. Sonia was going through piles of debris for the homeowner trying to salvage any items that were salvageable and throwing any other items away. It was the hottest day of the year and we got a good sweat on!  Other than the 4 of us, there was a team leader named Destiny and a total of 4 other volunteers working at this job site.

The home took on a lot of water/soot/silt/leaves etc. It was amazing to see how high the water came - the normal path of the river is about 35’ in elevation below the house - and the water came up about 40’ total. The width and size and power of that river would have been amazing to see. There were huge 600 year old trees snapped in half like a toothpick. There were mattresses in the tops of trees, metal doors bent around tree trunks, debris everywhere. It was truly sad but still awesome to see the power of the water. It really reminded me how small we are, and how big God is."

ME:  "When did you leave and did you feel like you were able to add value and help?"

Nick:  "Absolutely, we left service site for Summit around 1pm. It was a good time of reflection on the way back.  It was a beautiful drive, and so good to see all of the community coming together in Wimberley to rebuild it to its former eclectic glory!  Go get out there and serve this community, every little bit helps!"

Summit continues to send crews of 4 to help serve in Wimberley.  We believe that our service to this community reflects our Vision and Mission.  We have an amazing group of hard working employees and the best thing we can do is to look around and help out.

If you would like to help:  

Please contact

1.  Colin Wright at colin_m_w@yahoo.com

2. Courtney Cerday at Gossmrs.courtney.goss@gmail.com

If you would like to help:  

Please contact

1.  Colin Wright at colin_m_w@yahoo.com

2. Courtney Cerday at Gossmrs.courtney.goss@gmail.com

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We don't take you for "granite."

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We don't take you for "granite."

To all of our employees, customers, clients and partners, 

We are very thankful for you and wish you a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 

 From, The Team at Summit Stoneworks.  

Granite 2015 Christmas Card


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AIA Homes Tour - October 25-26

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AIA Homes Tour - October 25-26

The 28th Annual AIA Austin Homes Tour on October 25-26, 2014 was a huge success.  The self-guided tour featured eleven homes in Austin with both traditional and contemporary designs, as well as renovation and new construction projects.  Our countertops were present throughout the beautiful home backing up to the Bright Leaf Preserve in Central Austin

AIAHomesTour


Join us at the 28th Annual AIA Austin Homes Tour, a showcase of great design by local architects, on October 25-26, 2014. The self-guided tour will feature eleven homes in Austin with both traditional and contemporary designs, as well as renovation and new construction projects. 

Our quality craftsmanship is displayed in a Risinger remodeled home in Central Austin.  Please come out to view our work first hand and meet some members of Our Team.  

*see below for a sneak peak!

Tickets go on sale Sept. 25th and are $35 in advance, $40 the weekend of the tour. Advance tickets are available online, at AIA Austin, and Mockingbird Domestics and Zinger Hardware. 


AIA Austin Homes Tour

AIA Austin presents the 28th Annual HOMES TOUR!

So what, you say??

For eleven months out of every year, over 30 people devote a serious amount of time in planning what is one of the most prestigious tour of homes designed by architects – in the country!   The AIA Austin Homes Tour is the model for almost every design related tour in Austin and other AIA chapters in Texas and beyond.  Over 5,000 tickets are on the street for an event that lasts just two days.  More than 200 volunteers dedicate four hours or more to act as docents or cashiers.  Many of you volunteer and many that are not members – just architecture groupies! Almost 100 sponsors participate each year.  And, over 30 firms submit work to the Homes Tour Committee each year.   But still. So what?

Here’s what.  While Austin has many talented residential architects, we certainly have many more who have never put pencil to paper for a home design.   But once a year, somewhere in the range of 50,000 people become aware of architects and the work that they do through advertising and media exposure for the Tour.  They may not need to hire an architect now – but they “see the light” and recognize the impact that architects bring to all our environments.  That’s big.  

And for you, as an AIA member, the Tour brings something else very important.   The net income from the Homes Tour surpasses what your dues bring to the table.  It makes it possible for the Chapter to provide programming to K-5 students in seven schools each year.   It makes it possible to provide design competitions that benefit non-profits in our community.  It pays rent. And insurance.  And utilities.  And PR.  And offsets the expenses of over 18 committees, programs and events each year.  That’s big, too.

So – the 28th Annual Homes Tour is October 25-26, 2014.   Buy tickets for your friends, your clients, your staff.   Spread the love.


Sally Fly, Hon. AIA
Executive Director

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