PITTSBURGH, PA — Blume’s Solid Surface Products in Pittsburgh is proud to celebrate 25 years of business. Gus Blume and his wife, Dorothy, started a laminate countertop fabrication shop in 1972 (Topcraft), later sold that business in 1988 and started Blume’s Solid Surface Products. Blume’s added their current stone operation in 2004 and since have been a full-service solid surface, granite and quartz fabrication shop located just outside Pittsburgh and servicing western Pennsylvania, and eastern Ohio. Blume’s offers Artisan Stone Collection granite and marble, Heritage Wood and Saratoga Soapstone, as well as solid surface and quartz countertop products. Blume’s was the first stone fabricator in Pennsylvania and the 18th in the world to achieve accreditation from the Marble Institute of America (MIA).
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