Countertops

Your countertops are going to make a statement in your project. We know how important it is to choose the right material and color. Just to get you started we have listed some countertop material options so you can start researching what fits you best!

Granite

Pros: Visually appealing, timeless, color options, very strong, heat resistant and won’t absorb liquids or stain (if sealed properly).

Cons: Expensive and  can be scratched or scored by acidic foods/drinks (even if sealed properly).

Corian

Pros: Durable, easily sand away stains/scratches, various color/pattern options, smooth surface, capable of imitating other materials like marble/concrete.

Cons: Easily damaged by heat, scratches easily, and stains.

Cambria

Pros: Non Porous, scratch and stain resistant, low maintenance, no sealant required. While it looks similar to natural stone, adding pigments allows for the option of custom color.

Cons: Not heatproof.

Caesarstone

Pros: Non Porous, scratch and stain resistant, low maintenance, no sealant required. While it looks similar to natural stone, adding pigments allows for the option of custom color.

Cons: Not heatproof.

Silestone

Pros: Non Porous, scratch and stain resistant, low maintenance, no sealant required. While it looks similar to natural stone, adding pigments allows for the option of custom color.

Cons: Not heatproof.

Laminate

Pros: Waterproof, stain-resistant, a number of color options, low-maintenance, and inexpensive.

Cons: Cracks and scratches are possible, not heatproof, difficult to repair.

Marble

Pros: Timeless, variety of colors and patterns, smooth surface, won’t chip or dent, and heat-resistant.

Cons: Expensive, can be scratched by household acids (coffee, citrus, alcohol, some cleaning products) even once sealed.

Glass

Pros: Color options, shape and texture options, non-porous, heat-resistant.

Cons: Susceptible to crack, chip or break,must be replaced not repaired, scratches and fingerprints are visible.

Wood

Pros: Good for chopping/prep surface, gentle on delicate glassware/china.

Cons: Easily damaged (burns, dents, spills and scratches), needs food-safe protective sealer, requires regular maintenance, and will discolor if installed around the sink.

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