Bigger and Better Than Ever
Story by Alyssa Nishek
Photography by Dan Francis Photography
During July of 2020, in the midst of the pandemic, Northern Stone relocated their office space to a new West Fargo location. As one of the three owners, Robby Wysuph, put it, “We’re bigger and better than ever.”
About the Property
One building contains all remnants. All remnants are also photographed, logged, and available on the company’s website. “Real time inventory of all our remnants we have,” as Wysuph described it.
Another building on the property includes a full slab warehouse, where they have begun stocking their own stone. Doing so brought prices down and allowed the company to offer more of a variety for customers to choose from.
Northern Stone now also boasts a 18,000 sq. foot fabrication facility with state-of-the-art equipment. This facility has allowed them to create significantly more product while maintaining the same top-notch quality.
Lastly, the new property bears one building dedicated to storage for sinks, which Northern Stone has begun importing themselves. They are now able to get better buys on the sinks and are thrilled to be able to pass the better buys along to their customers.
The 3 Kitchen Showroom
The Northern Stone team worked collaboratively to design the kitchen showroom spaces. Each member brought to the table their own ideas of what they saw clients attracted to. The three diverse kitchens encompass an array of personal tastes.
Leathered, honed, and polished finishes are each on display, as well as waterfall ends.
“We wanted to pick stuff that was being sold and wasn’t so over the top that people couldn’t afford it,” stated Wysuph on their choices for the showroom designs.
“We want customers to be able to come in here, ask questions and feel confident in their choices, and know that when they’re picking something it’s not going to go out of style in five years,” said Tina Flach, who has worked in Sales and Marketing at Northern Stone for three years.
Contemporary, Transitional Kitchen:
Unique to this kitchen is a fire clay sink and a wooden inset.
Each member of the Northern Stone team was given the opportunity to design their own personalized office space. From the paint color to quartz or granite, they chose!
“It’s their space, they should be able to do with it what they want. It’s fun, shows off different ideas and more stone!” said owner, Robbie Wysuph, on the idea.
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