If you are planning a
bathroom remodel, having a new bathroom countertop is a great way to increase both functionality
and style. The style and material you choose for the bathroom counter
will impact the design of the bathroom and how you will maintain countertops.
Read this article for an overview of your bathroom countertop options.
Granite is one of the nicest materials you can have for a
bathroom countertop, especially if you opt for granite slab. Granite is not only attractive
and long lasting, but it also offers excellent resistance to stains. You
can buy granite from a bathroom remodeling company for a great value,
relative to how much it used to cost years ago. It's very easy to
care for: Clean it with warm water and liquid detergent, and seal it every
6 to 12 months. Small scratches and chips can be polished out.
Tile is a wonderful material for a countertop if you want to add character
and charm to the bathroom. The grout, however, needs to be cleaned regularly.
Purchase larger tiles to reduce the number of grout lines and make your
cleaning tasks much easier. You can also purchase a colored grout so that
dirt doesn't show as easily.
This is a very popular bathroom countertop material. Styled to look like
natural stone, solid surface is a synthetic material that is very easy
to maintain. This is an excellent option if you are concerned about mold
or mildew growth.
Manufactured quartz is durable and easy to clean, and doesn't need
to be sealed. Made to look like marble, limestone, or granite, manufactured
quartz comes in a wide range of styles and thicknesses. Manufactured quartz
is more effective at resisting stains and scratches than granite and other
types of stone, as well.
To explore different bathroom countertop options in greater detail, come
to Mr. Dino's Baths. Give us a call at (303) 578-3595 if you have
any questions for us, and be sure to browse our bathroom remodeling services
on our website.