Countertops Davenport

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Many homeowners dream about the day they can make their dreams become reality and create their very own custom kitchen. Designing a custom kitchen gives you the freedom to get rid of outdated items, or features that just didn’t quite jive with you when you originally purchased your home. Or, you may be the lucky new owner of your very own custom designed home. Whatever your situation is, you need to make sure you pick out the perfect countertops for your kitchen. Choosing the right material and color is important for this kitchen focal piece. 

Q: What types of countertops are available for me to purchase?
A: There are so many different types of countertops available. Granite, quartz, and laminate are three very popular choices today. All of them have great benefits and come in an array of colors. 

Q: What are some benefits of granite countertops?
A: Granite countertops are widely considered the “king” of all countertops, and for good reason to. Granite has a luxurious appearance that can make any room appear more elegant. It is also relatively maintenance free, so you don’t need to worry about reapplying a sealant (except once every 15 years or so) and its highly durable, withstanding high degrees of heat. It’s nonporous sealant also make it relatively stain resistant. 

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Q: What can you tell me about quartz countertops?
A: Quartz looks very similar to granite, and is a manufactured material, and comes in a huge variety of colors and patterns thanks to the ability to create the material by hand. Like granite, it is also similar in durability and maintenance. It withstands high heat, is stain resistant, and only needs a sealant applied once every 15 years. 

Q: I’m thinking about laminate countertops. Is this a good choice?
A: Laminate countertops are actually one of the most popular countertops on the market right now. They come in a wide variety of options and have a very reasonable price tag. With the demand for materials like quartz and granite growing more and more each day, there are now laminate countertop options that mimic granite and quartz surprisingly well. It doesn’t have the same amount of durability and the maintenance differs slightly, but overall laminate countertops are a great option for your new kitchen. 

Q: What do I need to look for in a good kitchen remodel company?
A: If you are having custom cabinets and countertops installed, it is important to go with a company that really knows what they are doing. You should always ask to see their portfolio to get an idea of the type of finished work they do. In addition to that, you will want to make sure that they have experience doing your type of project and have had plenty of experience doing custom remodels. Finally, having an expert design team, customer service, and installation team is a crucial aspect to hiring a kitchen design company. 

When it comes to new countertops it is important to make the investment that is going to last a lifetime. Granite, quartz, and laminate are all great options and are easy for a company to install in your new kitchen. If you are stumped on a design plan, installation, or any other part of your remodel process, give KBD of Davenport a call and let them go to work for you. When it comes to your new countertops, you don’t want them left in the wrong hands. 


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"What a great experience! Our countertops look beautiful and the staff at KBD of Davenport was so helpful. I would recommend them to anyone."
– Valerie K. 
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"I had no idea what I wanted, and my designer really helped to inspire me. I was very impressed at the selection of countertops at KBD of Davenport.”
– Michael M. 
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