Transform your space with new countertops

Countertops can be a big decision. Not only is it a significant investment, but they also design elements that keep us organized and make the kitchen or bathroom more practical and easier to maintain. You have various options to choose from, but let’s look at some factors that go into this decision.

Considerations for your new countertops

There is a budget to consider. Product, installation, sealing all are a part of the cost. We have a wide range of products that help you in this area. You don't have to break the bank to have beautiful countertops.

What kind of lifestyle do you have? Is it a two-person household? Or a big family with multiple kids? If you have kids, then you want the best stain-resistant countertops available.

How much time are you in your kitchen? The bathroom always has it tough with a lot of use. In both instances, you have to deal with various chemicals, cleaning solutions, and daily use.



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Countertop material options

Laminate - Laminate countertops can be gorgeous. The photography used means that you will have clear and clean-looking tops that stand out. They can even make you think that it’s stone, tile, or metal.

Tile - Know that there is a difference between porcelain and ceramic tile. Porcelain is waterproof, heavier than ceramic, and highly durable. It also resists stains. Ceramic can also be used, but it has to be glazed every two years to be waterproof and stain-resistant. If you go with a glass tile, it is also durable and stain-resistant and can add a flair to your kitchen.

Stone - Stone countertops add an almost immediate value to your home. Granite is highly durable, non-porous, and heat-resistant. Once it is sealed, it requires little to no maintenance. Marble is beautiful and distinctive, with one-of-a-kind veining. It is durable and soft, making it easier for edge treatments.

Quartz - These countertops are engineered to have about 95% quartz and 5% resin. The manufacturing process makes them stain-resistant. They come out stronger and non-porous.

Not sure which countertops are right for you?

We can help. Come in for a consultation so we can help you get it all sorted out. Learn about our top-quality installation. Visit one of our three showrooms in Paducah, Elkton, or Corbin, KY. We serve Elkton, KY, Paducah, KY, Corbin, KY, Hopkinsville, KY, London, KY, Calvert City, KY, Clarksville, TN, Knoxville, TN, Lexington, KY, and Cincinnati, OH. We want you to be sure of what you buy, and sure that it is the best for you. Let us help you in your countertop upgrade. Stop by today!