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News & Insights - 2022

  • VT Industries, Inc. Sets Ribbon Cutting For $31.1 Million GA Plant Expansion

    posted on 07/19/2022 in Press Releases

    North America's leading countertop manufacturer, VT Industries, Inc. has set an organizational ribbon cutting ceremony, open to the press, for July 19th, 2022 to mark the official opening of their $31.1 million plant expansion at the company's Rome, GA countertop manufacturing facility.

  • Meet Our New TSM, Mike Herwig

    posted on 06/13/2022 in Architectural Doors - News

    Meet the newest member of our architectural wood door sales team, Mike Herwig!

  • Meet Our New TSM, James Sharpe

    posted on 05/10/2022 in Architectural Doors - News

    Meet the newest member of our Architectural Wood Door Sales Team, James Sharpe. James will be the new South-Central States Territory Sales Manager position for VT Industries. His territory includes Texas and Nevada. He will focus on understanding our customers' needs and ensure their customer experience and satisfaction remain high.

  • The Benefits Of Full-Wrap Edge Profiles

    posted on 05/10/2022 in Tops & Surfaces - News

    There are many benefits of incorporating a full-wrap edge into your next design project. These benefits include the sleek and modern design, cleanability, smooth surface, as well as extending the life of your countertop.

  • What is Servant Leadership?

    posted on 03/29/2022 in Architectural Doors - News

    A servant leader prioritizes the growth and well-being of the people they lead, whereas a traditional leader's main focus is the growth of the company. With servant leadership, the goal of the leader is to serve his or her team by putting their needs above his own.

  • Why Laminate?

    posted on 01/14/2022 in Tops & Surfaces - News

    Laminate Countertops. Chances are you're familiar with them. But why is it that laminate countertops often elicit a cringe-worthy reaction? Maybe it's because the image that pops into your head is of a dated kitchen remodeled 30+ years ago, or maybe it's an unsightly pattern paired with a glaring “brown line,” across the front edge of the countertop. If not, maybe the images below will help refresh your memory.