Amsum and Ash

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Amsum and Ash
Amsum and Ash is listed in the Building Materials Wholesale & Manufacturers category in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for Amsum and Ash which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Amsum and Ash on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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30 52nd Way NE
Minneapolis, MN 55421
(763) 571-8400
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RT @MarbleInstitute: Quartzite and limestone and reclaimed wood...oh my! This Texas kitchen has it all. #MondayInspiration via @Houzz. http…

How awesome is this? Natural stone and a classic arcade game. Sign us up!
Designer Chicco Chiari bypassed plastic and went straight to Carrara marble when creating this collection of playful Pac-Man ghost lamps called Fantasmini.

Amsum & Ash shared Lola Watson Interior Design's post.
Let's jump on this green trend!
Thinking green and beautifully!!!!
A new law recently passed in France mandates that all new buildings that are built in commercial zones in France must be partially covered in either plants


RT @NaturalStone_: #Granite is the primary material for #kitchen counter tops due to its ability to repel water, stay hygienic & clean http…


With #Marble being such a hot trend, know your options and alternatives classyglamliving.com/home/2014/12/k…

Stone flooring Stone is a great flooring material for high traffic areas, because of its innate durability. Stone is pretty hard to scratch or damage, and any damage that does occur tends to be hard to see due to color variations and texture. Unlike vinyl or wood, natural stone will hardly ever show a scratch or be dulled, and needs only regular sweeping or vacuuming to look as good as new. If you are considering radiant floor heating for your home, stone is the best material to combine with that type of heating system due to the natural ability of stone to absorb and retain heat (and not absorb moisture). http://inhabitat.com/how-stone-can-help-you-create-a-more-sustainable-home/


The icing for your kitchen: Beautiful countertops https://t.co/hpvrc6my2v #Granite #Marble #Kitchen #Countertop twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


5 Questions to Ask When Specifying Sustainable Natural Stone #NaturalStone #Sustainable #Sustainability twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Amsum & Ash shared The Natural Stone Institute's post.
This week on #UseNaturalStone: 5 questions to ask when specifying sustainable natural stone. This is a must-read for those working towards a more sustainable home!
If you are looking for a sustainable material to specify in a project that will save money, time, and resources over the long-term, then natural stone should be your material of choice. Due to stone’s wide variety of aesthetics, durability, recyclability, low maintenance, and regional availability,…

Using natural stone indoors Stone is as resilient indoors as it is outdoors. From the kitchen countertop to the bathroom floor, natural stone is easy to clean with mild dish soap and water, is naturally slip resistant, and is one of the most durable surfaces on the planet. According to the Natural Stone Council, stone can last more than 100 years with proper maintenance. Its lifecycle continues beyond the life of a building, because of the fact that it’s so recyclable and can be reused in so many other applications. http://inhabitat.com/how-stone-can-help-you-create-a-more-sustainable-home/