Welcome to ISFA, the premier association of the surfacing industry for over 20 years! As a non-profit trade association, we exist to serve our members through education and networking. Members adhere to the ISFA Code of Ethics and ISFA Surfacing Standards. ISFA also publishes and distributes Countertops & Architectural Surfaces Magazine to over 30,000 industry professionals! Learn more about ISFA in this 1 Minute Video.

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Why ISFA?

ISFA stands for the International Surface Fabricators Association, and that's exactly what we are.  Our membership is global, representing fabricators from 13 different countries, and ISFA fabricators are the best of the best, adhering to the ISFA code of ethics, and ISFA's fabrication standards.  ISFA is the only surfacing trade association with published standards for both Solid Surface and Quartz fabrication.  Additionally, our members fabricate all surfaces and participate in both residential and commercial construction projects.  From horizontal surfaces like countertops and desktops, to vertical walls and partitions, to elaborate and highly customized applications, ISFA members are responsible for making the world a little more beautiful, one surface at a time.  Aside from the honor and accolades of being an ISFA professional, members benefit from a variety of education and networking programs, an affiliate program with exclusive member discounts, and peer to peer mentoring.  ISFA was founded upon the principal of "members helping members" and this practice is just as vibrant and relevant today as it was at it's inception in 1996.  If you'd like to learn more, and be considered for ISFA membership, we welcome you to complete our online application.

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           Meet an ISFA Member

            Onslow Stoneworks

In September of 1988, Schott had completed his duty with the U.S. Marine Corps. “When I left Camp LeJeune in North Carolina for the last time, I realized I did not have a plan for the rest of my life,” he explained. “However, I literally went to work for a local glass company that same afternoon, still wearing my fatigue pants and a t-shirt.”

He had grown up in New Jersey, where his grandfather ran a glass company, and Schott’s earliest memories were working at that shop. “While growing up, everyone worked at the glass shop, so I never had to look for a job. If you weren’t in school, you were working for Grandpa at the glass shop.”

After about a year of working for the glass company in North Carolina, Schott decided to start his own business, using the knowledge he had grown up learning.

To learn more about Onslow Stoneworks, view the full article in the Q2 issue of Countertops & Architectural Surfaces Magazine.