Bathroom and Kitchen Countertop Services
We provide full service fabrication and installation of kitchen and bathroom countertops:
Disposing of Old Countertops
Kitchen countertops can be the most noticeable part of a kitchen. Some kitchen countertops are more stylish and attractive while others are more functional. At the same time, some countertops provide a blend of both aspects. Natural stone countertops, such as granite, offer a look and feel unmatched by any other type of countertop and are highly resistant to scratching. Other types of kitchen countertops like quartz are easier to maintain. It all comes down to the look, feel, and maintenance you desire.
Bathroom countertops are also an important aspect of bathroom design. People generally like bathroom countertops that are easier to clean and maintain. We provide a wide variety of bathroom countertops for your selection.
Your kitchen should reflect your lifestyle. Start by thinking about how you use your kitchen and what you need and want on a daily basis.
The kitchen is the hub of your hectic home, where you cook, entertain and relax—and your countertops must reflect this. These hardworking surfaces must suit your space, complement your style and meet your needs. Today’s countertop choices are more varied and exciting than ever.
Consider which surface you find appealing: the look, feel, texture and shades.
Each material offers unique strengths—from heat resistance to ease of cleaning, whether you choose natural stone,granite or engineered stone like Silestone,Hanstone or Q-quartz.
Bathroom countertops can make a statement and still be practical, providing additional workspace.
Choosing a particular material can set the tone of the room. Aside from appearance, one should also consider price, maintenance and compatibility when investing in a bathroom countertop. While the price of some materials may seem higher than other materials, factoring in how long some of these countertops will remain beautiful and functional in your bathroom sways the decision in many cases.
We also offer many remnants (material left over from previous jobs) that can be used for bathroom
vanity tops. A selection from our remnant inventory is a great way to save money on your bathroom vanity without compromising quality or style.
If you are concerned about mold and mildew in your bathroom, a solid-surface countertop (perhaps Hanstone,Silestone or Q-quartz) may be the best way to go. The nonporous, hypoallergenic surface discourages the growth of these allergens.