Looking for the Login with Facebook option? Learn more
Collaboration is easy with this powerful tool. Homeowners and trade professionals can begin projects and invite others to interact, share ideas and plan their project. Your dedicated ProSource Account Manager and Kitchen and Bath Designer are at your service. We're with you every step of the way.
Provide your email address to have updates on ProSource products, promotions and events delivered to your inbox. Email MeEmail Me
Provide your phone number to have updates on ProSource products, promotions and events delivered to your mobile phone.Text Me
Adding new countertops to a kitchen makeover is a terrific way to complete the project. New counters are a terrific way to add to the overall design thanks to the various materials and possibilities available.
We carry top-of-the-line materials from top manufacturers at ProSource® of Tempe, as well as the experience to assist trade pro members and their homeowner clients in making the best decisions for their vision and budget.
Finding the correct countertops is a crucial part of any kitchen remodels. Here are some advantages to having them installed, whether it's for new construction or to replace outdated countertops.
Granite, slate, soapstone, and marble countertops are examples of natural stone options. Because of their beauty, simplicity of cleaning, and durability, these choices are very popular.
Granite is a natural stone that is mined, cut into slabs, polished, and turned into counters. This material is heat resistant, scratch, and chip-resistant, and adds to the value of the home.
Marble kitchen countertops are well-known for their opulence, striking beauty, and practicality. Marble is long-lasting, heat-resistant, one-of-a-kind, and it will add a splash of liveliness to any room!
Acrylic, polyester, or a combination of the two are used to make solid surface counters. The lack of seams, durability to wear, and repairability make these counters popular.
This choice resembles natural stone but differs in a few crucial ways. Quartz countertops are 90% quartz with 10% acrylic or epoxy as a binder. This countertop is significantly harder than genuine stone, and it has greater depth and clarity not found in natural stone.
Concrete countertops have come a long way. They're no longer messy, and modern designs more closely replicate natural stone but are more customizable.
Tile is a great option for backsplashes and auxiliary surfaces like islands, eat-at countertops, peninsulas, wet bars, and butler's pantries!
Wood countertops are a fantastic choice because of their unique appearance as well as their sanitary properties. According to studies, 99 percent of bacteria die on the surface of wood in three minutes, making it safer than most cooking surfaces!
Learn more about our vast range of countertop solutions or have a look at our online catalog.