Custom Countertops

Aside from the bedroom, the bathroom and the kitchen are the two most used areas of the home. Sadly, countertops are often neglected even though they are almost always used when you’re in the bathroom or kitchen. Read on to learn more about upgrading your countertops and what to consider when doing so.

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If you are looking forward to replacing your kitchen or bathroom countertops, you should consider the following materials for your latest renovation.

Quartz – #1 Seller and Recommended

In case you want your countertop to be more stable and durable, you may check out those that are made of quartz. Compared to granite, it can adapt better in the sense that you can have it designed with more options. You also don’t have to use sealants, and maintenance and cleanup are still the same as granite if not easier. The slabs are uniformly constructed and hardly have any rough surfaces. Therefore, it’s much easier for us to design it in any shape or size that will fit the bathroom or kitchen. Our quartz is covered by a 25-year manufacturer’s warranty against stains and defects. Quartz has the same durability as concrete and granite, but is quite a bit more forgiving, so it won’t chip or crack as easily. It doesn’t have the same hardness in the feel that some people find unpleasant.

Granite – High-End Sealant
That Lasts 15 Year

If you want your countertop to be sturdy and last a very long time, granite is a good choice for you. Because this material is somewhat difficult to source, it may cost a bit more than the other materials available in the market.

You can never go wrong with this countertop material because it will most likely match the theme you aim to have for your bathroom or kitchen. There are numerous designs and shades of granite that you may choose from.

Our granite contains a high-end sealant that lasts 15 years, so there’s no additional sealing needed. Our granite also comes with a 15-year manufacturer stain warranty

Aside from maintaining its integrity for longer periods, sealing helps make cleanup easier for you. Our granite can also withstand high levels of heat. Therefore, you don’t have to worry about it being deformed as time passes by.

Countertops made of granite are considered assets as well. Therefore, this contributes to the total value of your home. This can come in handy in case you have plans of selling your house in the future.

Tips When Changing Your Countertops

Are there attachments?

Are there attachments like cabinets? If there are, make sure that the new and existing materials are highly compatible.

Do the designs match?

If you have a backsplash, consider the design of a new countertop that pairs perfectly with your aesthetic.

If you don’t know, ask a pro.

Ask a professional, like Toledo Custom Countertops, if you don’t know how to spot good quality quartz or granite.

Ready to make your dream
countertops a reality?

Quartz and Granite countertops range from $50/sf – $100/sf depending on product type and color. This is an installed cost meaning it includes labor, materials, and installation.

Both Quartz and Granite add value and beauty to your home so you really cant go wrong with either.

Contact us today and schedule a consultation for your custom countertops.