Your countertop has a big impact on the appearance and function of your kitchen, so you need to choose your countertop materials carefully. Different materials have distinct benefits and they have different maintenance requirements. Today, Handyman Connection of Jeffersonville will discuss a few popular countertop materials and their features:
Concrete – Concrete countertops are some of the latest additions to the countertop industry. It is a durable material that resists chipping and comes in a wide range of colors. It is incredibly customizable, which means that it will be easy to match to your kitchen. It is also a hard material and won’t chip. However, this material requires regular maintenance to stay beautiful.
Laminate – Many homeowners choose laminate countertops because they are versatile and affordable. They come in the widest possible range of patterns designs, and colors. In addition, certain laminate countertops can mimic the look of other countertop materials. Laminate countertops are also easy to clean.
Granite – This is a classic countertop material that will look wonderful with the right kitchen design. It has a timeless elegance. What’s more, every granite countertop looks unique thanks to different highlights in the material. It is also very durable and can resist heat and scratches. However, you do need to reseal it to prevent stains and it requires regular maintenance.
Quartz – Quartz countertops are durable enough to provide decades of service while staying as beautiful as the day you had us install them in your kitchen. Quartz countertops are low maintenance and they are nonporous. You don’t need to seal them. They also resist staining and bacteria. Since they come in a variety of colors and designs, quartz countertops look great on any kitchen.
The right countertop will make your kitchen more stylish, functional and beautiful. During our first meetings, Handyman Connection of Jeffersonville will help you choose the right material for your needs. Our skilled handyman will talk about the various materials we can use for your kitchen remodel and discuss their advantages in detail. They will then listen to your needs, answer your questions, and recommend the best material for your countertop. Contact us to learn more about countertop materials. You can also request a free estimate.