Countertops

We offer and install a variety of countertops. Add the finishing touch you need to complete your new kitchen! We know the choices can be confusing – there are so many options available. We will help you make an educated choice when you remodel your kitchen.

Laminate

Popular and affordable, easy to maintain and available in hundreds of colors. From natural textures like stone and wood to more uniform designs of solids and aggregates, laminate makes matching your countertops to their surrounding elements easy.

Quartz

The most popular choice for kitchen counter tops when your budget isn’t a consideration. Quartz is a natural stone surface that is both elegant and practical. It is an ideal choice for homeowners looking for a maintenance-free countertop with stunning aesthetics. Composed of 93% natural quartz and 7% pigments and epoxy resin, quartz is extremely durable.

Granite

A solid quality countertop can define a kitchen. The inclusion of a granite counter top will add class to the most modest of kitchens. They are available in a number of colors and are extremely durable (periodic sealing is usually a must). Although porous, there is some maintenance involved. Granite kitchen counter tops are elegant and timeless.

Engineered Stone

Not as popular as granite but is often confused for a granite finish. Engineered stone has all the pros of granite but is probably easier to maintain (it differs from brand to brand the quality of the stone). Engineered stone counter tops are composed of quartz particles and they are available in a larger range of colors than granite – an additional benefit is a nonporous surface that is scratch resistant. Some popular brands on the market are DuPont, and Silestone. Engineered Stone is often more expensive then a granite finish.

Marble

Marble has an extremely high price tag and is not often used for countertops or indeed anywhere in a kitchen. While marble is luxurious and instantly recognizable, it requires maintenance and it easily stains. Sealers are required to retard staining and scratches.

Solid Surface

Solid surface counters are just what they’re called, solid. Most scratches can be sanded out. The countertops are custom-made to your specifications by companies such as Corian and Avonite. The biggest advantage with solid surface counters is it’s nonporous surface and the range of colors and patterns.

Ceramic Tile

Extremely durable and usually easy to clean. It’s also relatively inexpensive – a great choice for average kitchen renovators. Ceramic counters are usually installed one section at a time and most people can easily work with the materials. Ceramic finishes are excellent because they take hot pans, are easy to clean and are available in a number of different textures. The only downside is that the grout in between the tiles can be difficult to clean (if poorly designed) and the surface can end up uneven. Both of these pitfalls can be avoided with a professional installation.