Summit Design Remodeling, LLC


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Summit Design Remodeling is a full service design/build remodeling firm serving all of Northern Virginia and Suburban Maryland.
Location:
Fairfax, VA US 
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Address
3959 Pender Drive Suite 100,
Fairfax, Virginia,
United States, 22030 
Fax:
(703) 537-0932 
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Hi lauriaj,
You are right. It is Buenos Aires Polo. We have only had positive feedback from this homeowner regarding the project in general. They never mentioned the tile being hard to keep clean. I would doubt it would be a problem. Most often the harder thing is keeping the grout joints clean. If you use a grout boost additive to prevent mold and mildew, it should perform well for you.

Laurie Crum - designer http://www.SummitDesignRemodeling.com
17 hours ago   
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Thank you so much Laurie! I'm so excited to use this tile, I've been in love with it for over 2 years when I found it while we were doing our master bath remodel but it's didn't match! Now that we are finishing our basement, I can start from scratch!!! I got a sample of the lemon glimmer glass, but may use blackcurrant glimmer glass instead! Both are such pretty colors!!!
16 hours ago   
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Hi Lisa + Scott,
They were purchased from Simpson Door Co. Here is the link for their online catalog:
http://www.simpsondoor.com/e-catalog/

thanks for your inquiry,

Laurie Crum - Kitchen & Bath Designer http://www.summitdesignremodeling.com
June 19, 2012 at 11:24am   
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Lisa + Scott,
This is probably way too late, but I was mistaken as to the source of the doors in the picture above. We purchased these doors from ambiancedoors.com.

Sorry about that.

Laurie Crum http://www.SummitDesignRemodeling.com
last Wednesday at 3:38pm   
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Hi agerelus,
Thank you for your inquiry. In this location, the amount of water exposure should be less than say in a shower. So cleaning it should be less often. That being said, there inherently is more grout with any pebble type tile and I would recommend using a grout boost additive or the product that your tile supplier recommends to decrease any mold or mildew. With any natural stone tile (pebbles or otherwise) they should always be sealed using a good penetrating stone sealer. The sealer should also help with keeping it clean.

Good luck with your project.

Laurie Crum - Designer http://www.SummitDesignRemodeling.com
March 24, 2014 at 3:08pm   
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I love this design! The pebble tile is the perfect touch!
April 6, 2014 at 11:11am   
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Hi bsalyer1,
The knee wall in the photo was framed to finish at 42" in height (a standard height for bar stools). It is 5' -1/2" in length and the depth or thickness of the wall is 1'-0". The bottom is finished out with a 1 x 10 that is capped with an ogee base cap. The wall surface is finished with a tongue in groove beaded board. The trim under the countertop is Monfalcone Chair Rail SM-47. All trim was painted in a semi-gloss white to finish it out. The countertop has a bowed 6" overhang on the end, a standard 1-1/4" overhang on the far side and a 12" overhang on the closest side where the tile floor is.

Thank you for your interest in our project photo. Good luck on your project!

Laurie Crum http://www.SummitDesignRemodeling.com
March 24, 2014 at 9:13am   
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