Vermont Soapstone’s primary business is custom fabrication of soapstone. We build from your designs and your measurements.
We do offer a select line of standard soapstone sinks that are all built in our mill here in Perkinsville, VT and of course carry our warranty.
Other standard soapstone items include tiles, edge detail and a selection of vessel sinks.
Simply put, our one and only business is soapstone. Vermont Soapstone is all about:
- Custom soapstone sinks — ideal for the kitchen, bathroom, laundry room or bar.
- Kitchen soapstone countertops — cut to size for the kitchen, bathroom or bar. These can be done with or without drain board and backsplash.
- Soapstone fireplace hearths — did you know that soapstone could improve the efficiency of a fireplace by more than 300%. We’ll work with your mason, designer or builder to cut every piece to size they specify.
- Custom Soapstone Projects — including bath tubs and surrounds, shower bases & walls, hot tubs, soaking tubs, stairs, flower boxes, monuments, fence post caps, and the list goes on. If you can design it, we can build it. The only restriction, we can’t bend it!
While all of our soapstone products are built of soapstone by nature, seldom are two custom projects identical.
Custom Soapstone Work
Your spec sheet is your plan. Everything we cut comes directly from the source, you! While we’d prefer to work from a template provided by you (makes scribing & angles easier and exact), straight forth projects are often cut to final dimensions provided by you or your installer.
Our production department will work with you every step of the way. From advice on how to template and measure, to installing the soapstone in your home, we’ll be happy to answer you or your contractor’s questions. We will cut nothing until we’re all in agreement on what the final product will be.
When we’re installing the project we will generally take responsibility of getting the final dimensions at the job site.
Give us a call or send a fax or e-mail of your project and we will be happy to estimate your project. We use outside dimensions for estimations.