While many homeowners reserve tile for floors and backsplashes, tile countertops can be an excellent—and affordable—option. Ceramic tile is impervious to heat and water, and when properly glazed, it won’t stain. Proper sealant helps ensure grout won’t discolor or stain, and large-format tiles cover a lot of area with minimal grout lines. Still most popular out west, ceramic tile is a solid option worth a second look. Continue reading
When replacing your countertops, whether kitchen or bathroom, you have a multitude of choices. But which one is right for you and your space? Some of the most popular are granite, ceramic tile and laminate. Here is some information about different material choices so you can make the best decision for your space. Continue reading
With so many choices at your disposal, it can be difficult to pick out out a kitchen counter that is perfect for your home and lifestyle. Since this is one of the more important elements of kitchen design, and the material chosen can even affect how you use it, it’s important to choose something that looks good, will stand the test of time, and is within your budget. So here are our insights to the 5 most popular kitchen countertop materials to help you choose.