New Kitchen Countertops will make your kitchen look and feel brand new again. When we build a new home, Kitchen Countertops are just one of the many choices you’re going to need to make during the construction of your home. However, there are also many homeowners who just want to change the countertops they have, not necessarily build a whole new home. New kitchen countertops are one of the most common kitchen remodeling projects we undertake.
When it comes to choosing new kitchen countertops there are several things you’ll need to consider in your planning. One of the most important things to keep in mind is your kitchen cabinets because your new kitchen countertops will be placed on top of your existing kitchen cabinets or cupboards. You’ll likely have overhead cabinets as well, so it’s important to try and choose kitchen countertops that will compliment your existing decor.
What Types Of Kitchen Countertops Are There?
Laminate Countertops: Laminate are probably the most common and affordable countertops. If you’re working with a rental unit, or town home then laminate is always a popular choice. It’s available in many colors and styles so it will work with any decor. Laminate countertops are durable as well, and will stand up to most homeowner abuse.
Corian Countertops: DuPont™ Corian® solid surface countertops are one of the most versatile countertop materials on the market. Corian® solid surface countertops are easy to cut and custom fit and with over 100 colors to choose from there is sure to be a Corian countertop that will enhance the look of your kitchen.
Granite Countertops: If it’s in your budget, granite kitchen countertops look awesome. As granite is becoming more and more popular the price has slowly softened a little so it’s often within many homeowners remodeling budgets. Granite is very durable, takes heat well and won’t crack if it’s installed properly.
Marble Countertops: Marble is probably one of the most expensive types of kitchen countertops. Marble countertops will also require frequent cleaning and maintenance, as it easily stains. There are sealers that can be applied to help prevent the staining. Marble is luxurious and looks excellent in any kitchen if you have the budget for it.
Ceramic Tile Countertops: Ceramic tile countertops are quite durable and very easy to clean. They are also fairly inexpensive depending on what style and pattern of tile you choose to use. Ceramic takes heat well but if an individual tile is cracked or broken sometimes the repair can be costly. Always keep spare tiles if you have a tiled countertop just in case the pattern is discontinued.
Transforming your current kitchen into your dream kitchen is what Innovative Contracting does best. Your new kitchen countertops will improve the look of your kitchen and give you a more enjoyable workspace.