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If you’re looking to update your kitchen with new Countertops, we can make your vision a reality. A kitchen project can be daunting. The options are endless. Our experts can make it easy. We have designed and installed many countertops over the years & yours is no exception. You may know exactly the look you’d like to achieve and we can match your aesthetics with the right design. Or, you may not be sure of what you want. We will exchange inspirational pictures, talk through options and hone in on your style to create your dream kitchen. We work thoughtfully to stay within budget and execute your kitchen project on time.
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Epoxy countertops have become a rising trend among designers & homeowners alike...
When epoxy hardens, it creates a solid surface that should last for years. We love epoxy due to its long-lasting shine. Unlike varnishes and other types of coatings, you don’t need to continually reapply the material when it starts to dull.
The durable finish holds up well in comparison to other types of countertop materials and coatings. Cracking or damaging the epoxy surface is something that we rarely see.
If you like a super-shiny and glossy polished finish, then you’ll love epoxy. You can’t get much glossier. It does wear down some in time, but you can maintain that high-gloss look with periodic applications of mineral oil.
Epoxy is likely the most versatile countertop material when it comes to design possibilities. Essentially any color or pattern you can dream of can be created.
Epoxy is the only type of countertop that can offer a genuinely seamless surface for continuous color and pattern.
You can set a hot dish on the surface without instantly ruining your countertop. Keep in mind that if you leave a heated baking dish or a hot coffee carafe on a layer of epoxy, it will eventually damage the surface. Epoxy is heat resistant, but not heatproof.
It's smart to use trivets for hot pots to protect epoxy counters or any type of kitchen countertop from heat damage.
Epoxy products are considered non-toxic and are food-safe for countertops. You can use almost any cleaning product on it without damaging the epoxy, ensuring that you have a safe place to prepare your foods. The nonporous surface is also resistant to mold and bacteria growth.
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