Brisbane, CA (PRWEB) November 18, 2014
Integrated Resources Group always has something new in store at their warehouses and showrooms in Brisbane and Dublin. The company recently received new varieties of soapstone to add to their already extensive selection of natural stone.
The new types of soapstone include Barroca from Brazil, Green Mountain from Brazil and Churchill from Virginia. The Churchill soapstone is one of the few natural stones from U.S. quarries.
Soapstone is very popular right now among homeowners for a variety of uses. The stone is a strong, durable and hardworking material that is virtually maintenance-free. Soapstone warms quickly and releases heat slowly, making it a great choice for fireplace interiors, floors and wood-burning stoves.
Soapstone is also a nice option for countertops, as it is designed to take a beating. Hot pots and pans can be placed directly on soapstone without fear of melting, burning or other damage.
For more information about soapstone, visit IRG’s website at http://marblecompany.com/pro_cat/soapstone or stop by the Brisbane showroom at 275 Valley Drive, Brisbane, CA 94005 or the Dublin showroom at 6800 Sierra Court, Suite A, Dublin, CA 94568.
About the Company:
Integrated Resources Group offers the largest selection of natural stone in the San Francisco Bay Area. The family-owned business started as a trading company in 1986 dealing in agricultural products, canned food, apparel and natural stone. With a growing reputation for its high-quality natural stone and excellent service, the company relocated the business to a vast warehouse and showroom in Brisbane, where they now carry more than 250 types of stone. The company opened a second showroom and warehouse in Dublin to service East Bay customers. Its products include stone, exotics, glass tile, engineered stone and more. For information on the products and services of Integrated Resources Group, the Bay Area’s marble and granite company, call 415-657-0280, visit http://marblecompany.com/ or come into either of their two locations.