The Pros and Cons of Our Top 3 Kitchen Countertops

There are so many options available in kitchen countertops, and each material has its advantages. How can you decide which is best for you? We hope that by knowing some of the pros and cons of some of our most popular kitchen countertops, you’ll be able to make a selection that best fits your needs:

Quartz Pros: Quartz countertops are non-porous, very durable, and require very little maintenance. They are also available in many beautiful colors, so you can easily find something to match your kitchen design.

Quartz Cons: Though they are heat resistant, they can be damaged when you place hot pans directly on them. Also, their color may fade over time if exposed to direct sunlight.

Granite Pros: Granite is naturally beautiful and not uniform in appearance, so when you choose a slab, you know you’re getting something completely unique. Granite is extremely durable and can handle a little heat from your pans, though it is best to use a trivet.

Granite Cons: Our expert installers can make seams hard to spot, but granite countertops are not seamless.

Marble Pros: Marble countertops are a very elegant and stylish option, so they add value to your property if properly maintained.

Marble Cons: Marble is a higher cost upfront and takes much more maintenance to keep in good condition.

Here at Complete Kitchen & Bath, our friendly and highly knowledgeable team can help you learn more about each kitchen countertop option and find one that fits your needs and your style. Then you can rely on our expert installation to provide you with counters you’ll love for years to come.

The Pros and Cons of Our Top 3 Kitchen Countertops