Granite, Quartz, Marble, Solid Surface, Recycled Glass and more.
Buying new countertops enhances your home's beauty and increases its long-term value. Kitchen and bathroom remodels including upgraded countertops are the top-ranked home improvement projects with the highest percentage of project costs recovered in resale value.
Since you'll probably own your new countertops for many years to come, it's important to know if the product you choose will be in-style and contribute to your home's resale value over time. The popularity of granite and natural quartz countertops is projected to accelerate over the next decade, with solid surface also remaining a popular choice.
For most homeowners, a look and feel that suits your taste and meets your needs are the key considerations in determining which product to buy. Granite, natural quartz and solid surface offer a range of features and benefits and each is an excellent option for kitchens and bathrooms in premium, custom countertops.
Choosing new countertops is about determining the look you are after, the material that suits your needs, at a price you are willing to pay. Take a look at the information we have provided here. Then if you have any questions, call us. We will assist you with every step in the process.
"I just want to say how thrilled we are with our new countertops. Chuck was so helpful. We really didn't know there were so many different countertop materials, or what the differences were. It was comforting to to know we were getting good advice, not a sales pitch."
Jamie and Todd
Residential Countertop Gallery
For Custom Residential Countertops in Tyler, Contact Counterscapes today.