When remodeling your kitchen, countertops are one of the most important factors to consider.
Kitchen countertops can change the mood of the entire room as well as increase the perceived value of your home. Continue reading to learn more about our kitchen countertops!
You’ll want countertops that are durable and can hold up to the everyday wear-and-tear of cooking and cleaning in the kitchen. Our custom kitchen designers can help you decide what type of countertop is right for your kitchen.
At Centennial Woodworking, we offer two types of material for your countertops; granite and quartz.
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Granite countertops are more porous than quartz, so you do need to be careful about standing water or stains from red wine, coffee, or tea. However, granite countertops can be sealed to prevent these stains, and is a durable material in other ways. It’s resistant to heat or scratches, and the color won’t fade in the sun.
Quartz countertops have the advantage of being non-porous, which means even without any sort of sealing they won’t stain when wet. Quartz countertops can be polished for shine. However, you will need to use a pad or trivet when placing hot things on a , as it will burn when exposed to heat.
Each countertop material comes in a variety of colors and patterns, so no matter which you choose, you’ll be able to capture the mood you’re looking for.
There are pros and cons to both granite and quartz countertops. At the end of the day, your preferences and your lifestyle are the determining factors in which option is best for you. Our Greater Lansing kitchen designers is always happy to talk you through the decision process. If you’d like to contact Centennial Woodworking, give us a call at (517) 449-9400.