Countertops

Kitchen Remodeling: Wood Countertops Guide

When it’s time to add some warmth and character to your kitchen and yes, even to your bathroom, wood Countertops are a great choice. The most important considerations are proper sealing and choosing the right type of wood for each location. There are many different…

Kitchen Remodeling: Marble Countertops Guide

Marble countertops offer an impressive sleek and smooth finish and can cost less than granite or quartz, but they are generally not recommended for use in kitchens. They require a large amount of maintenance as they can stain, scratch and etch easily. The classic veined…

Kitchen Remodeling: Concrete Countetops 101

When thinking about a kitchen remodel, few people would consider concrete for a new countertop. But gone are the days when concrete was just a boring, grey sidewalk. Now, concrete can be an artistic and customizable way to make a kitchen stand out. Colors, patterns,…

Kitchen Remodeling: What is Engineered Quartz?

Next in our series of countertop materials is Engineered Quartz. Sometimes confused with Quartzite, engineered quartz countertops are a manufactured product that look similar to natural stone, but are really a combination of quartz, resin, and pigments. Why go to the trouble of mixing these…

Kitchen Remodeling: What are Quartzite Countertops?

There are so many options to chose from when deciding on countertops. Natural stone countertops like granite, marble, soapstone, and quartzite offer great durability. Manufactured countertops, such as engineered quartz, laminate, and solid surface can be made to fit any area and are available in…