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Installing new countertops is a fantastic way to bring a kitchen remodel to a close. New countertops are a terrific way to add to the overall design because of the various materials and alternatives available.
We have top-of-the-line materials from top manufacturers at ProSource® of Tucson, as well as the experience to help trade pro members and their homeowner clients make the best option for their vision and budget.
Finding the correct countertops is one of the most crucial decisions in a kitchen remodel. Here are some advantages of having counters placed, whether it's for new construction or to replace old ones!
Granite, slate, soapstone, and marble are examples of natural stone countertops. Because of their beauty, simplicity of cleaning, and durability, these are popular options.
Granite is a natural stone that is extracted from quarries, cut into slabs, polished, and turned into counters. This material is heat resistant, scratch, and chip-resistant, and adds value to the property.
Marble kitchen countertops are renowned for their opulence, striking beauty, and practicality. Marble is long-lasting, heat-resistant, one-of-a-kind, and it will light up any room!
Solid surface countertops are made with acrylic, polyester, or a combination of the two. These counters are popular for their wide variety of color and design options, lack of seams, resistance to wear, and repairability.
Natural stone is comparable to this alternative, but there are a few important differences. Quartz countertops are 90% quartz and 10% acrylic or epoxy binder. This countertop is significantly tougher than natural stone and has greater depth and clarity than genuine stone.
Concrete countertops have come a long way since their inception. They're no longer sloppy, and modern designs are more adjustable while still closely resembling actual stone.
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 terrific choice not only because of their unique appearance but also because of their sanitary properties. According to studies, 99 percent of bacteria die on wood's surface within three minutes, making it theoretically safer than most cooking surfaces!
Learn more about our extensive range of countertop solutions or have a look at our online catalog!