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Kitchen Countertop

Kitchens and Countertops

There is currently a wide range of countertop materials available. Homeowners may get
confused as to which to use when building their home.
Currently, stone is the cheapest material. Stone countertops are
popular among homeowners with limited resources. The natural look is popular,
however, but also bold and bright colors are achievable if you use innovative materials. Some material alternatives are concrete and engineered stone. There is also a recent trend to
combine styles to add a personal touch to the kitchen. Countertops
in the kitchen not only are a practical and
useful fixture, but offer a nice décor.

Various Countertops

Countertop material choices include wood, stone, engineered
stone, concrete, laminates, ceramic tile, solid surfaces, metal. Almost all are available for professional installation, or do it yourself for the handy homeowner. When buying your materials, make sure to pick up the proper equipment that you will need for installation. Often, special tools and saws can be rented for modest cost. As a homeowner, you have many options to choose from
among the different styles to fit any budget. While installing
countertops, it’s important to keep in mind to install good quality countertops.
You can then select the color according to your kitchen’s color décor.
Make sure the color complements the room. Also make sure to choose countertops that
are easy to clean and maintain. Installing a countertop can be an
exciting task, mixing different styles and colors of countertops to add a
personal touch to the kitchen.

Corian Countertops

One of the most popular choices today is corian for kitchen countertops. Corian countertops look great when combined with materials such as Brass, Tile and
Granite. It can be combined with sinks, edge treatments or other
inlays, or even an additional layer of Corian for a customized look. Corian is considered a thermosetting plastic, and is thermoformed by heating it to
300 degrees Fahrenheit. All
thicknesses have pattern and color consistency common to all
types of solid surfacing material. Corian is considered a high-quality countertop in today’s market, and is made by the Dupont Company.