Countertop Product Questions

What types of materials are suitable for kitchen/bathroom countertops? 

There are several materials suitable for kitchen/bathroom countertops, including granite, marble, quartz, laminate, and solid surface, quartz being the most durable. Each material has its own pros and cons. Get a free estimate today by clicking Free Estimate above!

How much does it cost to upgrade kitchen/bathroom countertops?

The cost of upgrading kitchen/bathroom countertops varies depending on the material chosen, size of the countertop, and complexity of the installation. Interested in finding an estimate on your new custom countertops? Click Free Estimate above!

Can I install new countertops myself, or do I need a professional?

While it is possible to install new countertops yourself, it's always recommended to hire a professional installation expert for the job. Installing countertops can be a complex and time-consuming process, and mistakes made during installation can lead to costly repairs in the future. Our installation experts have the experience and skills necessary to ensure that your new countertops are properly secured, fitted, and aligned, and they will take care of the installation process from start to finish, leaving you with beautiful and functional countertops that you can enjoy for years to come. 

How do I maintain my new countertops?

The maintenance required for new countertops varies depending on the material. Generally, it is recommended to wipe down the countertops regularly with a mild cleaner and avoid using abrasive cleaners or tools that could scratch or damage the surface. It is also important to avoid placing hot pans or sharp objects directly on the countertop. Our experts can provide you with additional information before, during, and after your new countertops are installed!

Can I reuse my old countertop's sink when upgrading?

In most cases, it is possible to reuse the sink from the old countertop when upgrading. However, it is important to ensure that the sink is properly fitted to the new countertop and that any necessary modifications are made to accommodate the new installation. It is also a good time to consider upgrading to a new sink to match the style and design of the new countertops. Need help finding a new sink? Our experts can help!

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