GRANITE & MARBLE
COUNTER TOP INSTALLATION
Humble GRANITE & MARBLE COUNTER TOP INSTALLATION
Proudly serving the greater Humble community for over 30 years, we specialize in granite and marble counter top installation. Countertops can become outdated and damaged over the years. The normal wear and tear can also become more and more difficult to clean. Replacing this portion of the kitchen is a great way to help change your kitchen to best represent you. Adding a backsplash can help accentuate your new countertop and really help it stand out. Backsplashes are best installed while addressing the countertop.
Arguably the most luxurious of materials available for your countertops. With the innovations of engineered stone granite countertops are now available in a much wider selection of colors and patterns. Granite is very strong, resistant to heat, easy to clean and adds noticeable value to your home. Professional installation is a must for this ideal addition to your home.
Very similar to granite in many ways. Marble is waterproof as well as heatproof. Beautiful natural colors show within marble. With a cost point similar to granite this material also adds value to your home. The downsides to marble is that it is a porous material, making it easily stained if not sealed correctly and can be difficult to repair when needed.
Wood or Butcherblock can add a special look to your home, no grain pattern or color are alike. These styles of countertops are easy to clean and when taken care of properly will last the life of your home. Damage to the countertops can be sanded and resealed as time goes on. As with most natural materials certain levels of care and maintenance is needed to keep this medium at its highest level of appearance.
Laminate countertops are easily maintained, easily installed and have numerous options to choose from. When looking for a modern look or a color to match your already established home this is the way to go. Although nearly a portion of the cost of other materials mentioned before repairs to scratches and dents are almost nearly unable to fix once the damage is done and typically don’t add any value to your home.