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KITCHEN COUNTERTOPS

KITCHEN COUNTERTOP COLLECTIONS AND CUSTOM STYLES
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At Williams Kitchen & Bath, we provide the products and expertise to create unique and beautiful countertops. We offer a diverse array of surface and product options to fit many design & budget requirements.  Stop by one of our showrooms and let one of our design professionals help you choose the best material and design for your kitchen project.

Below are a few of the countertop options available for your next surface project.

Concrete

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PROS: Versatile; many custom shapes and stain colors available; scratch and heat resistant

CONS: Required maintenance (wax)

Granite

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PROS: Rich look; durable and resistant to heat and stains; many available colors

CONS: Requires maintenance (sealers); colors may not be consistent

Laminate

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PROS: Durable; large variety of colors and patterns available

CONS: Surface color may fade; won’t tolerate direct heat; noticeable seams

Metal

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PROS: Smooth surface, great for food prep; heat and stain resistant; easy to clean

CONS: Scratches and dents easily; dulls knives

Quartz

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PROS: Extremely strong; scratch, stain, and heat resistant; no maintenance required; consistent colors

CONS: More expensive than other options

Recycled Glass

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PROS: Unique look made from recycled glass and cement; heavy duty contemporary style; natural colors and earthy appearance; eco-friendly

CONS: Requires occasional sealing

Solid Surface

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PROS: Seamless; easy to clean and repair; gives the look of stone without the maintenance

CONS: Scratches easily, sensitive to heat

Wood

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PROS: Offers a warm look; great for cutting food; can be sanded and repaired as necessary

CONS: Requires maintenance (oil) to prevent warping and splitting.

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