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You Ask, Classic Granite Works Answers!

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Q: Can granite countertops be scratched?

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A: Most granite surfaces are almost impossible to scratch and, should the unlikely happen, there are a number of companies that sell equipment and abrasives for resurfacing and polishing granite. We are able to do this service for you, should you so need it.

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Why choose Granite?

  • Granite compliments any decor and is resilient – yet elegant, and virtually maintenance-free.
  • It cleans easily, endures spills, hot pots, and sharp knives with ease and resists most stains.
  • Nothing surpasses its natural beauty and elegance.
  • Granite rewards your investment with years of efficient use.
  • Nothing will add more depth and character to your kitchen, bathroom and other living spaces than granite countertops.

Our granite is naturally beautiful, with subtle inclusions and veining in colors from vibrant reds to classic blacks and warm earth tones.

Family-owned and operated, Classic Granite Works has been serving in the heart of Central Alberta since 2005. They’ve specialized in custom stonework for decades. Having many years of experience means that your project won’t have expensive surprises that may happen with a smaller, less experienced company. It is this workmanship and expertise that sets Classic Granite apart to be the best choice for all your natural stone needs.

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Downtown Business Spotlight: Root 51 Salon and Spa

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This week’s Business Spotlight shines on Root 51 Salon & Spa! This unique establishment is located right on 4814 51 St and offers anywhere from haircare to spa treatments to relax and pamper. We spoke with the owner to learn more about this wonderful establishment!

What is your business?
Our business is a small locally owned salon & spa.

When did your business open?
We downsized & renovated this main floor in 2016 & changed our name to Root51 (previously Techniques Hair Therapy & Day Spa in the Millennium Center for 2 decades!)

What makes your business unique?
We have asked our valued guests this same question the responses we got: our education, our flexibility to accommodate, our selection & knowledge in our top-shelf natural products for both hair & skin, our prices are extremely reasonable for the level of experience (over 30 years) & education (over 100K worth of education!!!) (in a big city I would charge 35-40% more for the same treatments), and we work hard and are very proud of this next one…our Cleanliness – often they say your place is always spotless! (even before Covid!!)

What are some products/services that you offer?
Full-service Salon hair Care & Spa treatments that are non-invasive. Michele specializes in colours, balayage & ombre, colour corrections & blondes. Smoothing treatments are in high demand for silky soft straight looks and perms for waves or more body. With 30 years of cutting hair, some guests have said “that’s the best-shaped haircut I ever had.”
Spa treatments are effective and relaxing with visible results after one treatment ~ home care is a must because maintenance is easy than correction. Our skincare line is exclusive to us in RD and is composed of sea plants and seawater with many benefits to your facial skin as well as your body and well-being!

Why did you choose Downtown Red Deer as the location for your business?
In 2000, the Millennium Center was a brand new and very central location — when we changed the location to 2 block north on 51 st ~ we wanted to be able to still cater to our professional corporate downtown business people.

What do you think makes Downtown vibrant?
I believe it’s the local entrepreneurs big & small that make downtown a vibrant place.

Website: Root 51 Official Website
Facebook: Root 51 Facebook Page

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Downtown Business Spotlight: Artisan Food Market on Ross

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This week’s Business Spotlight shines on Artisan Food Market on Ross! This unique restaurant is located right on Ross Street (106, 4916 Ross Street) and offers a large selection of locally made products. We spoke with the owner to learn more about this wonderful establishment!

What is your business?
Artisan Food Market on Ross is a specialty food store. We carry a large selection of local, national, and international foods and ingredients.

When did your business open?
We opened on April 1, 2020.

What makes your business unique?
We carry a large selection of local items and have a variety of frozen meals.

What are some products/services that you offer?
Customers can place orders for their favourite D Dutchmen Dairy or Black Forest German Bakery products and the requested items will get delivered to our store the following week. Additionally, customers can shop online and have their products delivered to their homes even during the times that we are closed. If a customer wishes to place an order they can simply visit us at www.ArtisanFoodMarket.ca.

Why did you choose Downtown Red Deer as the location for your business?
As a Red Deerian, I wanted to make a positive impact for our downtown by setting up a local market store right here.

What do you think makes Downtown vibrant?
I love the flower gardens at the city hall and the assortment of independent shops in our downtown core.

Finish this sentence: I love Downtown because…
It’s my home and it’s my place for adventure.

Website: Artisan Food Market on Ross Official Website
Facebook: Artisan Food Market on Ross Facebook Page
Instagram:
@artisanfoodmarket

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