Kitchen Countertops in Lansing

If you’d like a new look for your kitchen, changing out your countertops is the a great place to start. Whether you continue on making changes to your kitchen space or not, you’ll enjoy the huge impact you get with this one change. While cabinets and walls can always be painted to get a quick, low cost new look, the countertops are normally changed out for a fresh, new look.

If you are remodeling your whole kitchen, you’ll have many choices to make including decisions regarding your new countertops. Since they are one of the key elements in your new design, they will need to be cohesive with the look of your home.

In remodeling, it isn’t always easy to know where to begin, and making all those decisions can really get frustrating. And this is why we help homeowners with our design services so the fun and excitement of remodeling isn’t taken away from them.

Having an expert on your side is always a good thing. We’ll do everything we can to help you figure out what’s best for you and your family. The decisions will always be yours to make, but wih our help the process will go much easier and you’ll have a lot less to worry about.

Just as in choosing cabinets for your new Lansing kitchen, you’ll need to consider some of the same few things. You’ll want to think about and plan for:

  • Style
  • Function
  • Finish (or materials)
  • Placement

Do you know what style your interested in for your countertops? This is one important decision. Are you drawn more to the look of a sleek, modern clean line or do you prefer a traditional luxurious look?

Function is also important. You’ll consider function when choosing where your countertops will be placed and how they’ll be placed. Kitchen islands, split levels, nooks for holding sponges, all these types of things can be completely customized to fit your needs.

Your counters will be manufactured from your choice of materials. You have many options and what you choose will play a role in how easy cleanup will be, resistance to moisture or spills, resistance to impact or scratches, and the look and design.

You’ll first need to decide what materials you would like. Your options can be:

  • Concrete
  • Polished Granite
  • Honed Granite
  • Corian
  • Quartz
  • Laminate
  • Wood
  • Marble
  • Stainless Steel
  • Glass
  • Recycled
  • and more

Custom Built Design & Remodeling can help you with your kitchen countertop choices with our design services. We’ll then install the countertops that make your kitchen a wow-factor in your home. Just give us a call and we can sit down and go over your many options for countertops!

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