Butcher Block Countertops

Are you looking for new countertops for your home? Also known as wood countertops, butcher block countertops offer a warm and inviting appeal that’s ideal for the kitchen. A natural product, wood can be the perfect material choice in a rustic or traditional room design but it can also complement a modern kitchen as well.

If you’re considering butcher block countertops for your home in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, or Maryland, contact Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center for a consultation. We’ll help you determine if butcher block countertops will work with your home and expertly install them for you—on time and on budget!

About Butcher Block

Butcher block is a style of wood named for its popularity in butcher and meat shops. It has been used historically and is reminiscent of European designs. Butcher block is available in two styles: edge grain and end grain—the second of which is considered the stronger and more durable. Popular hardwoods like oak and maple are often used in butcher block applications.

Are Butcher Block Countertops Right for You?

The advantages of installing butcher block countertops in your kitchen go far beyond the aesthetic. Wood is popular primarily for its:

  • Warm, inviting, and authentic appearance—butcher block countertops are perfect in rustic kitchen designs!
  • Versatility—wood is available in a variety of grains, textures, colors, and finishes
  • Sustainability
  • Affordable installation costs
  • Anti-bacterial qualities when properly sealed
  • Quiet functionality—no banging or clanking like with other countertop materials!
  • Resistance to scratching
  • Ability to be cleaned easily—just use soap and water!

Butcher block countertops, however, may not be right for everyone. Because wood does not do well with moisture, it must be cleaned right away to prevent damage when there’s a spill. Wood also requires proper sealing and sanding to retain its naturally charming look in a kitchen environment.

Our Butcher Block Countertop Selection

At Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center, we can help you through all aspects of your wood countertop project—from product selection through installation. Our inventory features reputable names like John Boos and other leading industry manufacturers. We can also help you integrate a sink and faucet into your new countertop design. Ask our designers for recommendations!

Wood Countertop Installation in DE, PA, NJ & MD

If you think butcher block countertops may be a good fit for your kitchen in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, or Maryland, contact us to schedule installation. The remodelers at Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center have been installing wood countertops in homes throughout the mid-Atlantic since 1963, and we know what it takes to ensure the most durable, long lasting installation. Plus, we install wood countertops from some of the best manufacturers in the business, so you know you’re getting quality products alongside reliable craftsmanship.

Get started with a consultation—contact us today! Visit us at one of our showrooms, conveniently located in Newark, Bel Air, Lewes, and Wilmington. 

Bath, Kitchen and Tile Center is proud to offer comprehensive remodeling services with the help of our state-of-the-art showrooms in Delaware and Maryland! Our showroom hours are as follows:

  • Wilmington
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m,
    Wednesday: 9 a.m. – 8 p.rn.
    Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
    Saturday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Harbeson/Lewes
    Monday — Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m,
    Saturday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Evenings by appointment
  • Newark Manufacturing
    Monday — Friday: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m,
    Saturday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Evenings by appointment
  • Bel Air
    Monday — Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m,
    Saturday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
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“Although we have given this project a rating of 10 in all areas, we would like to give our thanks and appreciation to our designer Joel and installer Andrew (and crew) for the excellent job they did in remodeling our bath.  It was truly a pleasure working with them from beginning to end."

- Ron and Judy