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Mutual Materials and Kanta Products Enter Purchase Agreement

We are excited to announce that Mutual Materials Co. and Kanta Products Inc. have jointly entered into an agreement for Mutual Materials to acquire Kanta. Kanta Products is a family owned concrete products manufacturer located in Three Forks, Montana.  Kanta celebrates…

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Entries Now Open: Pacific NW Hardscape Installer Competition

Calling all professional hardscape installers! Mutual Materials is organizing a regional Hardscape Installation Competition on Saturday, September 10th at our paver plant in Lacey, WA. You could show how you are one of the "'Best in the Northwest" and maybe…

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Enter the MIW’s Excellence in Masonry Design Awards

All around us buildings are popping up; the results of the economic boom our region is experiencing. We are seeing new schools, hospitals, office complexes, condominiums, and houses sprout before our eyes. In many of these projects, the architect is…

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7 Reasons to Attend Hardscape North America this October

This October, industry professionals and suppliers will once again converge at  America’s largest hardscape trade show, Hardscape North America.   Produced by the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI), this year's event in Louisville, Kentucky is a great place for industry…

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Luxe Magazine, Outdoor Living Trends & Products

With summer just around the corner, many of us in the Pacific Northwest look to our yards and fantasize about landscaping improvements. Enjoying the summer season in the company of friends or family at a backyard barbecue, sitting around a…

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Create Outdoor Zen with Pavers

 Contemporary Landscape- Houzz Here is a great example of a small yard transition area designed into a zen-like nature path. We found this on Houzz and the project was done by Avalon Landscape Northwest using Mutual Materials product. Their design incorporates multiple hardscape materials…

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Fred Meyer Redesign in Portland Earns Mayors Award

For most of us, when we think of a Fred Meyer store, we think of a big box suburban grocery store constructed of painted block. But when the owners decided it was time to remodel the decade’s old store on the edge of downtown Portland, the…

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