Kansas City Kitchen Countertop Install
A kitchen remodel typically has the highest return on investment for home remodeling projects and offers good resale value. The kitchen counter is critical component of your kitchen design. If you’re ready to replace your kitchen counter, let the Kansas City kitchen remodeling experts at Mission Kitchen and Bath install a beautiful new kitchen counter that will give your kitchen an updated style.
While style and appearance are important factors to consider when selecting a new kitchen counter, you should also consider durability, functionality, maintenance, and cost. Think about your lifestyle and how you use your kitchen when deciding what type of kitchen counter to install.
Mission Kitchen and Bath offers a variety of types of kitchen countertops. Our kitchen counter experts can help you select the perfect kitchen countertop to match the style of your home and meet your specific kitchen needs.
Granite counters are a top choice because of their elegant and upscale appearance and high value to home buyers. Granite countertops are available in a variety of colors and come in either polished or honed finishes. No two pieces are ever the same. Granite counters are durable and hold up well to heat.
Ceramic Tile Counters
Ceramic tile counters are durable, inexpensive, and easy to maintain. Ceramic tile counters are also available in wide range of colors, styles, designs, textures, and price ranges. Tile counters are resistant to stains and can handle heat well. Individual tiles can be easily replaced if damage occurs.
Corian counters, made by DuPont, come in more than 130 colors and offer a variety of patterns and designs, and can even mimic the appearance of granite and stone. Corian counters are custom created and are cast in one solid piece, resulting in a seamless kitchen counter. They also resist mold, mildew, and bacteria.
Natural stone counters, such as limestone, marble, and soapstone, are softer than granite and require delicate care and need to be sealed periodically. Natural stone counters are somewhat stain resistant. They offer smooth texture and rich colors.
Slate counters are elegant and offer natural beauty. Slate counters are more durable than granite or marble but require less maintenance and are easy to clean. They are available in a variety of colors in middle to dark tones.
Engineered Stone Counters
Engineered stone countertops are available in a wide variety of colors. Engineered stone counters are more durable and easier to care for than natural stone counters.
Wood counters are a great way to add warmth to your kitchen. Wood counters are typically made from hardwoods, such as maple and oak, and come in a range of colors and finishes. They are easy to clean and any scratches that occur can be easily sanded out.