IdealEdge® Decorative Edging by Formica Group video
The original high pressure Laminate by Formica Group
Formica® Brand Laminate offers a broader range of looks than ever before. Let Sierra Remodeling transform your spaces with their modern laminates that are as beautiful as they are durable. Mix and match solids, graphic patterns and finishes. Achieve the look you want for any design challenge or budget.
2019 Living Impressions™ Collection
Welcome to the 2019 Living Impressions™ Collection by Formica Group. The 2019 Living Impressions™ Collection features 12 new Formica® Laminate patterns, two new finishes and two new edge selections, all inspired to create a striking, lasting story of style in the home today and for years to come. Review the video to find the surface that is perfect for your next Sierra Remodeling renovation project.
The Incredible Design Story of 180fx® by Formica Group
180fx® by Formica Group marks a revolution in surfacing with true-to-scale granite patterns that offer visual drama unmatched by any other laminate. Modern, sophisticated patterns focus on a neutral palette – versatile enough to pair with any Sierra Remodeling interior design concept.
Learn how 180fx® by Formica Group came to fruition with the incredible design story, featuring Renee Hytry Derrington, Group Vice President of Design, and Gerri Chmiel, Senior Residential Design Manager for Formica North America. Then, explore the 180fx® by Formica Group collection today and order free samples of your favorites at http://bit.ly/1tEkLmT.
Ten years of 180fx® by Formica Group
180fx® by Formica Group marks a revolution in surfacing with true-to-scale granite patterns that offer visual drama unmatched by any other laminate. Modern, sophisticated high resolution patterns focus on a neutral palette – versatile enough to pair with any Sierra Remodeling interior design concept.
What is Formica® Laminate
Laminate was invented by Formica Group founders, electrical engineers Daniel J. O’Conor and Herbert A. Faber in 1913. Howard Richter of Sierra Remodeling started installing Formica laminate countertops in 1979 and, he has continued to install them ever since! Follow along as we teach you about the history of Formica® Laminate and how it’s made.
Laminate versus Granite
Hot topic! Laminate and granite are two very different countertop materials, with some similarities and some differences. Learn more about each product now and consider all the facts before you plan your next Sierra Remodeling kitchen or bathroom renovation. James Young, TV star and expert contractor, hosts!
The Making of Layered Sand Pattern
The natural beauty of sand has colored the world since the beginning of time, but it wasn’t until the early 20th century — when sand art was discovered in the Middle East — that layered sand became a design fixture. Since then, the granular design has inspired designers and architects to capture sand’s organic elegance and transform it into large-scale rammed earth designs.
Inspired by this, Formica Group has created a strong and durable laminate option with a sand-like finish for horizontal and vertical surfaces.
When dealing with a new contractor, one does not really know what to expect.
Are they going to be able to do the job? Are they going to be easy to work with? Are they going to be competitive? Will the result be satisfactory?
This is what was going through my mind when I dropped into Sierra Remodeling to talk about replacing the front door to my house. The receptionist introduced me to Greg Tarrant. We spent some time going back and forth regarding the scope of the job, what I wanted for the replacement door and how I wanted it finished. Greg was very easy to work with and quickly understood what I wanted. The work took place over the span of a week with Larry, Matt, and Adam each doing a totally professional job. I was very impressed with each of them!
The result is a new front entrance that is more secure and better looking than the original. This is exactly what my objective was. Needless to say, I am impressed with Sierra Remodeling and the people who completed this small job. You will be at the top of my list the next time I consider a contractor to do work at my house.