If you’re remodeling your kitchen or bathroom, whether in full or in part, one of the first places to start is with your countertops. Installing new countertops can give any room an instant facelift, adding to the aesthetic and providing the space you need for proper food preparation, cooking, and even eating. Integrating your countertops into a kitchen island design can offer even more space for activities.
At Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center, we design and install custom countertops for homes throughout Avondale, Pennsylvania. We know that when you’re installing new countertops in your kitchen or bathroom, the number of options available can be daunting. Not only do you have to worry about the style you’re trying to achieve, but you also have to consider what you are going to be using your new countertops for. The material you select may be great for a guest bathroom, but awful for a kitchen island in terms of maintenance and care.
We can help you narrow down your options and expertly implement them into any room design to achieve all your goals. Visit our nearby showroom or contact us for more information on custom countertop installation in the Avondale, Pennsylvania area!
Custom Countertop Choices for Avondale Homes
At Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center, we help you weigh the options of different countertop styles and the materials to best match form and function. Our custom countertop selection, on display at our showroom near Avondale, includes:
Granite countertops exude elegance in any home. Granite comes in almost 3,000 colors and carries a weight that ensures it will last a lifetime. While granite is usually associated with a high price tag, its increasing popularity has reduced costs.
Granite is an ideal choice for kitchen countertops in Avondale area homes, especially if you plan to use your kitchen primarily for food preparation. With a high hardness rating and extreme strength, granite countertops are very resistant to scratches and other damage.
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Quartz and Engineered Stone Countertops
Quartz is an engineered stone available in even more colors than granite! It has a nonporous surface that resists scratching and staining and is low-maintenance—perfect for both kitchen and bath applications. Quartz does not require annual sealing like natural stone. Its longevity and beauty make it a viable option for many homeowners in the Avondale area.
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DuPont Corian® and solid surface countertops are built from solid acrylic you can mold into any size and shape. Because it’s a solid surface, damages can be repaired easily. Scratches can be buffed out by hand, cigarette burns can be sanded away, and severe damage can be repaired almost every time. The solid plastic surface is nonporous and makes the material resistant to food and liquid stains. Better yet, the surface will inhibit the growth of bacteria, mold, and germs.
If you’re looking for Corian® or another DuPont countertop, we’re your go-to team!
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Ceramic Tile Countertops
Durable and easy to clean, ceramic tile provides an inexpensive countertop option popular with many homeowners in Avondale. You can design tile countertops with almost any pattern and/or color scheme. Ceramic countertops require a bit more care than other materials, as the individual tiles can chip or crack and grout lines in between the tiles can become stained. However, you can easily replace individual tiles.
Laminate countertops are made of synthetics cut to size and finished on the ends. Easy to clean and maintain, laminate countertops are inexpensive and available in a variety of colors. Unfortunately, chips or scratches can be very difficult to repair, and seams often show after bonding.
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Wood or Butcher Block Countertops
For that classic country look, wood countertops provide warmth unmatched by other materials. Hardwoods such as maple or oak are the most common choices for wood counters. While water and stains can damage them over time, wood countertops are easy to clean and can be sanded and resealed as needed, to give your Avondale-area home that warm, inviting look for many years.
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Often seen in historic homes, soapstone countertops are making a comeback in modern homes throughout Avondale as a material for both countertops and sinks. They require routine maintenance with applications of mineral oil, but they have a rich, deep grey color and a luxurious smooth feel that fits well with any style.
Uncommon in many homes due to their high price tags, marble countertops are most often used in small applications such as bathrooms, fireplaces, and insets. Marble requires sealing, but it creates a classic and elegant look that is unmatched by other materials.
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Cast right in your kitchen, concrete countertops are ideal for Avondale-area kitchens with unusually shaped counters. Though their custom nature can increase the price tag, concrete countertops will last forever, are heat- and scratch-resistant, and look exotic and unusual. Concrete countertops can be tinted in a wide variety of colors, making them more decorative.
Countertop Design & Installation in Avondale
We custom-make our own countertops at Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center, so we can easily build the counter of your dreams a reality. Our certified designers work with you to select the material you want, and our licensed and bonded technicians will craft your custom countertops in the shape that best suits your needs and preferences. Homeowners all over Pennsyvlania have come to us for countertops of all kinds—kitchens, bathrooms, wet bars, built-in desks, and much more—and we hope to serve you next! Learn how Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center provides an extraordinary countertop design and installation experience with a look at our reviews. To see how we can help you with your next project in Avondale, contact us. Visit our nearby showroom to see a selection of countertops on display!