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Cabinet IQ offers a variety of kitchen countertops to suit any home. From traditional and timeless designs or modernistic edges – we have you covered with our expertly selected options for Austin’s finest homes!
Quartz Kitchen Countertops
Quartz is a popular material comprising 94% – 96% crushed quartz and 4-6% binders. It is mostly used for kitchen countertops due to its durability and natural look and it can be found in many different shapes, colors, sizes, or patterns that will match your home style perfectly!
These beautiful and durable countertops enhance the aesthetics of your kitchen while being stain-resistant. They also have a low-maintenance nature, which makes them perfect for any home!
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Granite kitchen countertops are perfect for any home looking to add a timeless and elegant style. They offer the advantages of durability and longevity. Their natural beauty makes them stand apart in your kitchen with ease while still being practical.
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The durability and beauty of natural stones have made them a popular choice for those who want their purchase to last.
Natural stone has been known to be the go-to material when it comes to making sure that whatever you purchase will last long enough without any signs or damage. Many homeowners in Austin choose stone kitchen countertops for this very reason.
Stone countertops are a major factor in the value of homes. A kitchen with stone countertops receive a higher resale value than those with countertops made of other material. Austin residents know this well – it becomes clear when you look at resale prices that stones bring extra money with them!
The kitchen remodeling market in Austin offers a variety of countertop materials. The hardest is granite, which can be found with colors and patterns to match your taste for design or style preference; while quartz will provide you some scratch resistance when it comes down to deciding what’s best suited for durability – whether that means choosing between marble (which has softer textures) versus wood(firmer).
There are many different materials to choose from when it comes to deciding on your kitchen countertop. You want something durable, but also cost-efficient and aesthetically pleasing at the same time!
The idea should be to try and achieve a balance among these factors – a material that fits your desired aesthetics is durable enough for its intended purpose and is cost-effective. For example, Quartz is more adaptable, heat- and scratch-resistant than granite, but is typically more expensive than granite. Granite is the hardest material but can splinter just like wood. Wood offers a natural aesthetic feel, but requires more maintenance and care.
It’s hard to say what would be best for you. It depends on your needs, preferences, and budget size!
Kitchen countertops are a crucial part of your home, so it’s important to keep them looking their best. Never scrub or wipe down with anything that will be tough on the sealer and surface material- use gentle products like dish soap mixed in the water alongside cloths (or sponges). Avoid household cleaners containing acids, alkalis, oils, etc., as they may damage this sensitive area more than you think!
Sealers are a must-have for protecting your countertop from staining and bacteria. Apply them regularly to maintain their effectiveness!
Cutting boards are your best friend in the kitchen because they protect countertops from scratches and burns.
Some kitchen countertops are riskier than others. Stone and wood, for example– although safe to use in most cases — may harbor bacteria when not properly sealed or treated with a sealant after installation due to their porosity nature. Other materials have harmful chemicals which can be dangerous if inhaled over an extended period of time such as formaldehyde-based products found on some liquid-smelling stones.
Stone countertops are an investment that will last for years. The price of stone can vary depending on where it is from, what kind you get, how much work goes into getting them out, and whether color options were included in your order!
In order to protect your investment and ensure long-term durability, it is important that you hire an experienced professional for the installation of any new countertop. Some manufacturers require certified field technicians in order put their products on site which means if no one at work has these qualifications there will be no warranty coverage from them.
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