The variety of surface you choose will depend on just how your countertops are utilized. If you use your countertops for food preparation, then you want countertop surfaces that won't chip or pit easily and are scratch-and heat-resistant. (Of course, you will still want to use cutting boards and pot holders for hot dishes). If you plan for your countertops to retain your small appliances and/or cooking utensils holders, you can pick a different type of countertop surface. You will still need to keep in mind that some small appliances such as toasters, fat-reducing grills, and small microwave ovens designed to sit on countertops may still emit heat and may damage a surface that is not heat-resistant.
The first question you should ask yourself is what is the most important aspect of your new countertop? For some people, beauty is viewed as being most important while durability is to others. Both are preferred by many, but each option will come with its own set of pros and cons. Some countertop surfaces such as granite are very hard and durable. Incidentally, granite was previous revered by the wealthy as the countertop of choice because of its durablility and beauty, but has since founds its way into the hearts and homes of citizens everywhere, thus making it an affordable option to many and well worth its cost. Durability and beauty are important to many people who are now choosing it over other less expensive options such as laminates.
Granite kitchen countertops come in a large array of styles and colors. You may be overwhelmed at all the choices at first, but you can easily narrow down the perfect style and color to match the rest of your kitchen. Consult with a sales representative to help you find the right pattern for your kitchen.
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