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Spokane Countertops - Selection and Installation

Kitchen countertops are a core part of any remodel, from natural stone varieties like granite and quartz countertops to classic budget options like laminate, tile, or porcelain. Your choice of materials and styles can make or break your kitchen project, and we’re here to help. Our expert contractors can help with the design and selection of materials, as well as the actual countertop installation process during your remodel. Below are quick introductions to some of the most popular solutions.

Stone countertops

Granite countertops

A longtime classic, granite is a high budget material that provides excellent durability, style, and resale value for your home. Especially where high-end remodels are warranted, granite is an excellent way to set your kitchen apart, especially since no two cuts of the stone are the same. The material does have several significant drawbacks however – it’s one of the most costly options available, requires routine annual sealing to keep out stains, and can be difficult to repair if it takes significant damage.

Quartz countertops

A fantastic alternative for those who want a natural stone with a more affordable cost, quartz is an adaptable material with a wide variety of styles available. It fits into any modern kitchen with ease, requires almost none of the maintenance that granite does, and offers the same durability boasted by more expensive counter options. That being said, it’s still an expensive choice in the grand scheme of remodeling, and isn’t as heat resistant as granite or other more processed options.

Alternative materials

Laminate countertops

One of the most affordable options available, laminate counters are made of plastic fused with kraft paper or particleboard. They’re generally one of the least expensive counter options, easy to install or adjust, and simple to maintain with a variety of design options. They’re not as durable as their alternatives, however, and can be susceptible to heat burns and delamination over the course of their shorter lifespan.

Butcher block countertops

A wooden option contrasted with a field of stone and plastic alternatives, butcher block countertops come in a variety of materials such as maple, cherry, oak, or even bamboo among others. As it’s ultimately comprised of wood, these counters require no complicated cleaning steps and can be refinished with some sandpaper and a food-safe oil. It can also last up to 20 years when the surfaces are properly taken care of. That being said, it can scorch when exposed to high heats and can stain if messes aren’t cleaned up quickly and thoroughly.