It can be challenging - even confusing - to find the right material for your countertops which are the hardest-working surfaces in your kitchen. Also, there are considerations you should address before choosing a countertop based on looks alone. A countertop should be durable, scratch-resistant, heat-resistant, water-resistant, stain-resistant, easy to clean, as well as attractive. This brief guide reviews five material categories selected for their perfect combination of practicality and beauty. There are many material options - natural, manufactured or engineered - to go on counters which can be installed as a solid surface or applied to a backing like a veneer.
The clear coat finish adds a boost of shine and provides a durable protective surface to your renewed countertops. If youve been dreaming of new countertops for a long time but a Corian or Granite makeover just isnt in your budget, definitely consider revamping your tired laminate or Formica countertops now with this exciting new product. Not only is it inexpensive and easy to do yourself, but the results are durable and stunning. Colors can be mixed to match any décor and style. A few hours of your time and a roll up your sleeves and get it done attitude, can easily and affordably transform your kitchen or bathroom countertop in time for your next social gathering to impress your friends and family. Who knows? Your guests may be so impressed with you expertise, that they may decide to transform their own countertops too.
Your material of choice can impact the kind of sink you want, whether it is integrated, drop-in or under-mount, An integrated sink will only work with stainless steel or solid-surface materials, like Corian. A drop-in sink is the most versatile and can be used with any type of countertop material, and an under-mount sink also works with any material except for wood. Also consider textures and edges as your material choice will impact these as well. You will want to investigate all the edge styles for your choice and check the sharpness and thickness of the profile. A combination of two materials can be a solution when you are considering tasks that will be performed on that countertop.
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