At Tooele Bathroom and Kitchen Remodel, we’re happy to provide our expertise to assist our community with kitchen remodels, basement remodels, and bathroom remodels – and one of the significant aspects of pretty much any remodel project we take is the countertop choice that our customers go with. Picking out countertops might seem like a straightforward enough process, but there’s actually a number of considerations that you’ll need to bear in mind if you want to make the best possible choice. After all, there are a huge number of options on the market, and they vary enormously in terms of price, aesthetic, and practical performance. We have the experience and expertise to make sure that you pick a countertop material that suits your property perfectly. Find out more about countertops, and how to pick them, by reading on below.
One of the first things that you’ll need to think about with your countertops choice is the kind of material that you’d like to have installed in your property. This might be determined, in part, by the other aesthetic choices you’ve made for the room where the countertops will be, but it’s also going to be down to how they look on their own, their cost, and their practical value. Popular choices include granite, quartz, quartzite, wood, stainless steel, and marble, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. We can run through the various options with you to find out which one most suits your needs.
Custom or Prefabricated Countertops
Another thing to consider is whether you want to purchase and install prefabricated or custom countertops. Prefabricated countertops are generally much cheaper than custom countertops, but you might be more limited in the types of material you can use, and they tend to have a lower build quality than custom countertops (though that’s not to say the build quality is bad, by any means). Custom countertops look great and fit your cabinetry perfectly, but they’re obviously more expensive too. There’s no wrong choice here – it largely comes down to personal taste. We’re capable of installing both prefab and custom countertops.
Regardless of where you’re installing a countertop in your property, you’ll need to think about the amount of time that you’re willing to spend keeping it in a good condition. Some countertop materials deal with difficult conditions better than others, and some of these materials require treatments and regular maintenance to make sure that they stay in their optimal condition. It’s definitely worth thinking about this aspect of your countertops before making a choice.
Over the years, we’ve spent time installing countertops in kitchens primarily, but it’s not uncommon to have countertops installed in basements, laundry rooms, and even bathrooms. We’re capable of providing valuable expertise in picking out and installing countertops of every type – and we know that you’re going to be delighted with the quality of the work once it’s completed. If you’d like to arrange an appointment or hear more about our service, speak to our customer service team today.