Expert Stone Countertop Installation
If you’re interested in updating the look of your kitchen without a complete overhaul, replacing just the countertops may be all you need. Maybe those old laminate countertops you thought you’d only have for a few years have been around for decades, or maybe you’re noticing more stains and nicks on your kitchen surfaces.
New stone countertops can completely transform the appearance of a kitchen, giving you a more modern, beautiful, and functional space without the need for a total remodel. At Andrew Williams Designs in Louisville, CO, we can help you select the perfect stone for your update, fabricating and installing the new countertops with skill and dedication to top-quality craftsmanship.
Granite is one of the most popular kitchen countertop choices out there for a reason. It comes in a wide variety of colors with stunning variation, which allows you to choose a unique look for your space. But granite isn’t just renowned for its beauty; it also holds up well with everyday kitchen use. This hard, igneous rock is heat-resistant and typically sealed to resist stains, so you can use your countertops without worry about damaging them.
Marble is the most classic, elegant choice for a natural stone countertop and elevates the appearance of any kitchen it graces. Yet with all its beauty, marble also brings a series of vulnerabilities. A porous material, marble stains easily from spills, especially when acidic foods are involved. Acidic substances like wine, vinegar, tomato juice, and lemon juice can eat away at the polish on the countertop, leaving it slightly discolored.
Marble can also be chipped or cracked with relative ease. But for some, this ability to hold onto the past is part of the draw of marble countertops. Gray-veined appearances also disguise many of these imperfections, keeping your marble-decked kitchen looking stunning for years to come.
Gaining popularity in recent years, quartz countertops now rank closely alongside granite as one of the top choices for kitchen countertops. Unlike granite and marble, which are cut as large stone slabs, quartz countertops are manufactured from crushed quartz and resin. These countertops come in a wide array of colors and designs, replicating the look of marble or granite at a lower price. Quartz countertops also require less maintenance than other natural stone alternatives because their nonporous surface doesn’t need additional sealing. They are also resistant to heat, impact, scratching, and stains, making them an extremely durable, long-lasting option.
At Andrew Williams Designs in Louisville, CO, we can design a kitchen countertop replacement plan that will elevate the look and feel of your space without a full remodel. Andrew will work directly with you to select the perfect stone for your update, taking into account your desired aesthetic and typical kitchen use. Our skilled craftsmen will then get to work templating, fabricating, and installing the new stone countertops, leaving you with a kitchen that looks and feels like new.