Countertops are often taken for granted, but
the truth is, they are an integral part of your everyday life in more ways than
you might imagine. Of course, they are used every day, in one way or another.
You might prepare or serve your meals there while other times, you might unload
groceries, arrange flowers, or do homework. They’re also a part of your decor,
and the design and style you choose really matters. Overall, they can easily
meld into the background, but at the same time, they stand out in ways that
require care when choosing your materials.
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materials and services that help you to turn your house into a home. Serving
the communities of Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Bronx, and Long Island, we
are dedicated to 100% customer satisfaction, making sure all your needs are
met. We don’t want to simply meet your expectations, we strive to surpass them.
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The truth is, everyone has to have countertops. But they
serve a dual purpose, which means you have to take care in choosing the materials
for them. They are an important part of your overall kitchen or bathroom decor,
so they must correlate well with wall colors, backsplashes, cabinets, and
flooring. The good news is, there are such an extensive variety of materials
available, you’ll be able to accomplish this with ease. From stunning marbles
and quartzes to butcher block and Formica, you’ll find exactly what you’re
looking for in aesthetics.
On the other hand, your countertops, whether intended for
kitchen or bathroom use, must also be able to endure the daily wear they will
experience on a regular basis. In the kitchen, this means withstanding
excessive heat, cold, moisture, spills, stains, and an occasional knife blade.
In the bathroom, these surfaces will also endure curling irons, spills and
splashing, stains, and more. Understanding exactly what you’ll be putting your
counters through can go a long way in helping you decide exactly what material
will serve you best.
Maintenance is a very important aspect in the lifespan of
your countertops. Since some materials are easier to care for than others, it’s
important to speak with your sales associate about the specifics so you don’t
wind up with the wrong material to suit your purposes.