When it's time to purchase new countertops, you'll find you have extensive materials to choose from, with even more options to personalize your pieces to fit your needs best. Whether you only need a small surface remodeled or an entire room or more, there are plenty of choices that will serve you well. Here are some facts that should make your shopping a little easier, so read along for more information.
Quartz countertops are trendy, especially with homeowners who want an excellent, long lifespan for their counters. They are heat, stain, scratch, and bacteria resistant and offer a wealth of colors that can provide the perfect décor match. In addition, if you often serve dishes fresh from the oven, these surfaces are sure to weather the high heat well.
If you prefer granite countertops, you'll also find many benefits, including surfaces that are hard to chip, crack, scratch, stain, or burn. Every piece is unique, and once in place, these surfaces add significant value to your home. In addition, with a one-of-a-kind appearance, these counters never depreciate, which means they will be just as valuable years from now as they are when you have them installed in your home.
The installation process can vary from material to material and is determined by the size of the project, how many rooms need counters, and any structural requirements that demand a workaround. The good news is that our experienced installation technicians can work quickly and efficiently without compromising the integrity of your surfaces. When you're ready to experience new countertops in your own home, be sure to stop by and see them in person.