Countertop Replacement

Countertops can either make or break the design of a kitchen. If you are looking to spruce up your kitchen, we can help you update with new kitchen countertops. We will help you choose the right material, color and style based on your kitchen usage and design. Options include natural stone, high-tech synthetic, or even finished wood. We only use the highest-quality materials from the top manufacturers, and we guarantee that you will fall in love with your new kitchen counters.

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Countertop Replacement

Countertops can either make or break the design of a kitchen. If you are looking to spruce up your kitchen, we can help you update with new kitchen countertops. We will help you choose the right material, color and style based on your kitchen usage and design. Options include natural stone, high-tech synthetic, or even finished wood. We only use the highest-quality materials from the top manufacturers, and we guarantee that you will fall in love with your new kitchen counters.


Quality products and materials. Exceptional finishes.

We work with the biggest – and best - manufacturers in the home improvement space. We only purchase materials from brands we trust so that you can feel confident you’re getting top-notch work with materials that not only look great but are also designed to withstand everyday use.



What material countertops do you offer?

We offer both laminate and quartz countertop options for your countertop replacements so you can find the material that best suits your needs.

How long do new countertops last?

Countertops can have very different lifespans depending on materials chosen, wear & tear, and maintenance. Our consultants are happy to explain the differences and help you choose the best option for your home.

How do I know if my countertops need to be replaced?

Homeowners have many reasons to replace their countertops. From obvious signs of damage, to design changes, to even adding value to their homes, we are happy to help homeowners make a choice that best fits their needs!

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Kitchen Countertop Replacement: A Comprehensive Guide

As one of the most used surfaces in your home, your kitchen countertop is an essential part of your daily routine. From meal prep to entertaining guests, it takes a lot of wear and tear. Over time, it may become damaged, outdated, or simply not fit your lifestyle anymore. If you’re thinking about replacing your kitchen countertop, you’re not alone. In this article, we’ll guide you through the process of kitchen countertop replacement from start to finish.

Why Replace Your Kitchen Countertop?


If your countertop is damaged beyond repair, it’s time to consider replacement. Cracks, chips, and stains can be unsightly and even unsafe if left unattended. Not only does it affect the appearance of your kitchen, but it can also lead to the growth of bacteria and mold.


If you’re looking to upgrade your kitchen, replacing your countertop can make a big impact. New materials, colors, and styles can transform your kitchen into a more modern and functional space. You may also want to replace your countertop if you’re planning to sell your home soon, as it can increase the value of your property.


Your lifestyle may have changed since you first installed your countertop. For example, if you’re a frequent cook, you may want to replace your laminate countertop with a more durable material like quartz or granite. Or, if you have young children, you may want to opt for a material that is stain-resistant and easy to clean.

Choosing the Right Material


Granite is a natural stone that is durable and heat-resistant. It comes in a variety of colors and patterns, making it a popular choice for homeowners. However, it can be expensive and requires regular maintenance like sealing to prevent staining.


Quartz is a man-made material that is non-porous, making it resistant to bacteria and stains. It comes in a variety of colors and patterns and is easy to maintain. However, it can be expensive and may not be heat-resistant.


Marble is a natural stone that is elegant and timeless. It comes in a variety of colors and patterns, but it can be expensive and is prone to scratching and staining. It also requires regular maintenance like sealing.


Laminate is a synthetic material that is affordable and comes in a variety of colors and patterns. It is easy to maintain but is not heat-resistant and can be easily scratched or chipped.

Choosing the Right Color and Style

When choosing a color and style for your countertop, consider the overall design of your kitchen. You want to choose a color and style that complements your cabinets, flooring, and backsplash. You may also want to consider the resale value of your home and choose a neutral color and style that will appeal to a wide range of buyers.

Hiring a Professional

Replacing your kitchen countertop can be a complex and time-consuming process. It’s important to hire a professional who is experienced and qualified to do the job. A professional can help you choose the right material, color, and style for your countertop and ensure that it is installed correctly and safely.

DIY Countertop Replacement

If you’re handy and want to save money, you may consider a DIY countertop replacement. However, this is a big project and requires a lot of preparation, skill, and time. You will need to measure your countertop, remove your old countertop, and install your new countertop. You will also need to have the right tools and materials, like a saw, drill, and adhesive.

Factors to Consider Before Replacing Your Countertop

Before embarking on a kitchen countertop replacement project, it’s important to consider several factors that can affect the process and outcome.


One of the most significant factors to consider is your budget. The cost of replacing your kitchen countertop can vary widely depending on the material, size, and complexity of the project. It’s important to establish a budget upfront to avoid overspending or cutting corners.

Size and Layout

The size and layout of your kitchen can also affect the countertop replacement process. If you have a large kitchen with multiple countertops, it will cost more to replace than a small kitchen with only one countertop. Additionally, the layout of your kitchen can affect the complexity of the project. For example, if you have a kitchen island or unusual angles, it may require more skill and time to replace the countertop.


The timeframe for your kitchen countertop replacement project is another important factor to consider. If you’re planning to host a holiday party or have a special event coming up, you’ll want to ensure that the project is completed before the deadline. Additionally, some materials may take longer to order or install, which can affect the timeframe for the project.


Different countertop materials require different levels of maintenance. For example, granite and marble require regular sealing to prevent staining, while quartz and laminate are relatively low maintenance. It’s important to consider how much time and effort you’re willing to put into maintaining your new countertop before choosing a material.

How to Replace Your Countertop

Step 1: Choose Your Material

Once you’ve established your budget and considered the factors above, it’s time to choose your material. As mentioned earlier, there are several materials to choose from, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Take the time to research each material and choose the one that best fits your needs and budget.

Step 2: Measure Your Countertop

Before ordering your new countertop, it’s important to measure your existing countertop accurately. This will ensure that your new countertop fits properly and is installed correctly. Measure the length, width, and thickness of your existing countertop, as well as any cutouts for sinks, stovetops, or other appliances.

Step 3: Order Your Countertop

Once you’ve chosen your material and measured your countertop, it’s time to order your new countertop. Be sure to order from a reputable supplier and provide accurate measurements and specifications to ensure that your countertop is made to the correct size and specifications.

Step 4: Remove Your Old Countertop

Before installing your new countertop, you’ll need to remove your old countertop. This can be a messy and time-consuming process, so be sure to protect your cabinets and floors and wear appropriate safety gear. Use a pry bar or other tool to remove your old countertop, being careful not to damage your cabinets or walls.

Step 5: Install Your New Countertop

Once you’ve removed your old countertop, it’s time to install your new countertop. This can be a complex and time-consuming process, so it’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully or hire a professional installer. Use a level to ensure that your new countertop is installed evenly and securely.

Step 6: Seal Your Countertop

If you’ve chosen a material like granite or marble, you’ll need to seal your countertop regularly to prevent staining. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for sealing and be sure to clean up any spills immediately to prevent damage.