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Home Improvement / May 18, 2021
If it’s time to give your kitchen the update it deserves, there are numerous factors to consider while doing so. From the type of materials that make a kitchen countertop, the colors, use, wear, and more all play a role.
Countertops can be made from marble, wood, quartz engineered stone, granite, soapstone, solid-surface material, ceramic tile, laminates, stainless steel, and more. It’s important to think about what you need your counter to withstand in the kitchen. Are you accident-prone, and have a lot of messes to clean up while cooking? You will want to look into counters that are more durable and stain resistant. If you are going for a certain look, the material’s color and design might be more important to you.
Kitchen countertops come in all colors and designs. Bright colors will make a room look more open and airier, but a carefully selected dark countertop can make a splash. Colors have purpose as well, especially if you are building a kitchen outside. Dark colors can absorb heat and be too hot to the touch. Lighter colors can keep counters cool and useable even on the hottest days.
Depending on what counter you use, there are some that require more maintenance than others. For example, a butcher’s block countertop and soapstone will need occasional oiling. A butcher’s block countertop has the benefit of being able to sand away any knicks or scratches from use.
The colors, upkeep, and the material or your countertop are important factors to deciding which one is the best for you. Be sure to plan your budget ahead of time so you know which counters you are able to consider. If you need help picking out or installing your kitchen countertop, local craftspeople are always ready to lend a helping hand and make your kitchen feel brand new.
Contact Handyman Connections in Charleston and Mount Pleasant, SC, and surrounding areas to start planning your next home improvement project. Call us to schedule an estimate and to meet with our craftspeople on location and right away.