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Bathroom & Kitchen Countertop Ideas

Are you starting a kitchen or bathroom remodel? Or maybe you are just updating to stay with the trends. Regardless, there are a few things you should consider before you say goodbye to your old countertops.

There are three basics groups of countertop types:

  • Stone Countertops (Granite, marble, quartz, etc…)

  • Laminate Countertops

  • Wooden Countertops

In addition to the three basics, there are also new materials being used for counters, some made from recyclable materials, others made from concrete and even glass options. The type of material you choose should be highly dependent on the type of use and level of activity you plan on for your kitchen or bathroom. Each type of countertop has its own special properties that make them unique. 

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Countertops

Laminate Kitchen Countertops

Best Laminate Countertop

The most budget friendly option, laminate countertops are making a comeback with all new patterns that can mimic natural stone and wood. 

Best Quartz Countertops

Quartz countertops are essentially maintenance free. They are stain, acid, scratch, and heat resistant due to their non-porous surface, which also means they do not need to be sealed. 

Quartz Countertops

Most Popular Granite Countertops

Traditional granite countertops offer a high end look and add value. Because granite is a natural stone, its color varies from slab to slab. It requires a bit more maintenance than quartz, so wipe up stains quickly and routinely seal the surface. 

Butcher Block Kitchen Countertops

Wood Kitchen Countertops

Butcher block-style wooden counters are decorative and functional. When properly sealed, these counters are great for food prep and are highly heat resistant. 

Best Countertop Options

Now that you know the basics of countertops, the next step is choosing the right material for your kitchen or bathroom. Other factors you can consider when selecting a new counter is the color choice as well as how you wanted the edges cut. You can learn more about custom kitchen and bathroom countertops at our showroom. 

Make sure you stop by our Rochester Flooring Kitchen & Bath showrooms, located in Victor and Rochester, NY, and speak with one of our professionals about custom countertops. 

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