Portland Kitchen Countertops
Looking for kitchen countertops in Portland? A new kitchen countertop is an easy way to upgrade the appearance of the space. You just need to figure out which surface works best.
When selecting your ideal countertop material, it’s important to consider what it will have to withstand. In the kitchen, the countertop needs to hold up against extended periods of high heat, knife marks, and scratches. You want something that looks great for years to come.
Kitchen Countertop Remodeling Made Easy
Want to remodel your kitchen countertop? Need some help selecting the perfect surface material? Reach out to our interior design experts and we’ll tell you the pros and cons of each type of countertop.
Types of Kitchen Countertops We Offer
- Quartz – Quartz countertops are man-made combinations of stone infused with polymer resin. They’re beautiful additions to any apartment or home and can be made to look like marble. They’re also less prone to scratching and staining but come at a higher price depending on the specific type.
- Granite – Granite countertops are made with a variety of minerals, so two of them will never look the same. They offer the fantastic heat resistance and will not scratch with knife contact. However, granite surfaces need to be sealed annually to maintain their waterproofing.
- Marble – Marble countertops are very colorful and contain unique veining, adding an element of luxury to the apartment or home. They also increase the home’s resale value. The disadvantages of marble are its softer material that’s prone to scratching, its ability to stain, and the need for annual sealing.
- Laminate – Laminate countertops are the least expensive material on the market and are relatively easy to install. However, they add no resale value to the home and are easily damaged due to the softer material.
- Butcher Block – Butcher block countertops can be made from a variety of wood species, for varying texture and tone. While being generally more affordable than its stone counterparts, they may require more maintenance to keep them in great shape. They are also generally more sensitive to heat and can be scratched easier. But if the look of butcher block is what you like, it’s perfectly possible to maintain it in great shape for a very long time.
- Concrete – Concrete countertops are acid-stained to look like natural stone and are available in a wide range of colors from light to dark. They’re resistant to heat, easy to clean and maintain, and they provide a distinctive look to your home or apartment.
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These three layouts are the most popular. If the layout you're looking for is not pictured, please give us a call and we can help you with an estimate.
This is not our entire selection. Stop by our showroom where we have over a hundred quartz samples. Countertops are purchased by the slab. Slabs are usually 120" by 59". (about 50 square feet). Prices for quartz slabs range from $900-$2200. Many countertop layouts will require more than one slab, especially if the design includes an island.
Tile pricing can vary greatly depending on the materials used.
Demolition and disposal of existing countertop
Most countertops will need at least one cutout for the kitchen sink.
Island - Galley Kitchen (UNUSED)
Choose the approximate size of your island.
Island - L Shaped Kitchen
Choose the approximate size of your island. Islands take up quite a bit of material, and generally require one slab of quartz.
Island - U shaped Kitchen
Choose the approximate size of your island. Islands take up quite a bit of material, and generally require another slab of quartz.
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