There are a myriad of choices for counter tops available today. There are pros and cons to each and we will sort through them together. The surfaces in your space must be both beautiful and hard working. We are here to help you in making the correct choice for your lifestyle.
Zodiaq, CaesarStone, Eurostone, Cambria and Silestone are 93% crushed quartz and 7% polymer resin. This combination of materials produces a countertop harder than granite, that will never have to be sealed. All products come with at least a 10 year warranty.
Material: Granite, Marble, Soapstone & Quartzite
Granite countertops are both durable and beautiful. Marble countertops are softer and more porous than granite, but are stunning in the proper application. All natural stone countertops must be sealed every one to two years.
Material: Natural Materials & Acrylic Polymer
Corian and Avonite are solid surface materials with great design versatility. They can be sculpted into almost any shape. Seams are virtually invisible and both offer a recycled collection.
Material: Recycled Glass & Concrete
Vetrazzo, Icestone, and Trinity Glass Products are countertops made with recycled glass and concrete.
Material: Cellulose Fiber & Phenolic Resin
Paperstone and Richlite are composed of cellulose fiber and phenolic resin. The cellulose comes from managed forests and recycled paper. These products will patina naturally and do not need to be sealed.
Stainless Steel offers the ultimate resistance to water, staining and heat. Sinks and backsplashes can be integrated into the countertop. This is a very durable material that works well in a contemporary kitchen.
Material: Solid Wood
Craft-Art and Green Mountain wood countertops are beautiful and timeless. All tops are finished with an organic tung-oil varnish that is waterproof, heat resistant, stain resistant and food safe. A variety of reclaimed woods are available.