Kitchen Countertops Dayton Ohio

Nothing Stands Out Like Kitchen Countertops

Of all of the things in your kitchen, few things attract as much attention as your kitchen countertops. If you want to make your kitchen pleasing to the eye as well as functional, you’ll want to choose well and get precise, professional installation.

If you’re finishing a kitchen remodeling project, you’ll find a well-crafted countertop is a lovely finishing touch. For a complete line of kitchen countertops for homeowners and residential customers in Dayton, Ohio, check with Craftsmen Home Improvements first.

Because we commit all of our attention and focus to each project, we are the preferred choice in Dayton for home and residential clients, as well as many restaurant owners. You want industry experience and technical expertise that you can trust to ensure the most professional quality kitchen project, and you will get it from the leading kitchen remodeling contractor in Dayton.

Serving to Your Satisfaction Since 1993

Since Craftsmen started operating in 1993, it has provided high quality service and the best products to match your kitchen design plans.
When you set out to choose your kitchen countertop material, here are some questions that will help you know where to start and focus on what will best suit your needs:

  1. What’s my budget for kitchen countertops?
  2. Should I choose integral or under-mount sink and countertop options, stand-alone, or both?
  3. What style of design do I want in my kitchen? Do I prefer natural grains and patterns or a more austere, single-color kitchen countertop material?
  4. Would I prefer natural or man-maid countertops?
  5. Do I want a countertop I can set hot plates, pans, pots, cookie sheets, and casserole dishes (like Pyrex and Corningware) on?’
  6. What material can I get to counter spills?

The most reliable—and therefore, highly sought-after—kitchen countertops are made from granite, marble, cultured marble, plastic laminates (like Formica), or ceramic tiles. Keep in mind that the type of material you choose will determine how well it fits into your everyday needs.
It’s important to understand what each type of material can do for your kitchen, so here’s an idea of the top industry picks and preferred materials you’ll want to consider.

Granite Countertops - Ideal for home kitchen countertops. Granite is a natural stone product and one of the hardest stone materials. It is highly resistant to everyday wear and tear, cracking, chipping, scratches, and heat from hot dishes. Luckily, granite is readily available and a popular choice for home and residential kitchen remodeling projects.

Marble Countertops - Stand out as a beautiful choice with many home applications. Marble can be used for everything from kitchen and bathroom countertops to window sills to fireplace mantles. It’s not as strong as granite because it’s more porous, and it can chip and scratch as time wears on, so think about the functionality you need before choosing these for your kitchen countertops.

Cultured Marble Countertops - Made of non-reactive resins and crushed marble, so it’s sturdier than marble alone. It’s extremely versatile for kitchen remodeling projects, especially when non-standard countertop customization and installation is required, like for kitchen islands. This man-made product is more affordable than marble, and any chipping and scratching can be easily repaired.

Plastic laminates and acrylic polyester blends - The most common of the top five kitchen countertop materials. Plastic laminate is used for its affordability, durability, and natural water resistance. Formica is the most well-known plastic laminate available in the market. Acrylic polyester blends, like Corian, are non-porous and water-resistant. 

Ceramic Tile Countertops - Remind homeowners of classic, country style. Not only are the tiles durable, heat and water-resistant, but you can also get it in a wide variety of colors, patterns, and styles. It’s affordable and can be easily replaced for future kitchen design plans.

Other materials - Maple wood and stainless steel may be used for kitchen countertops, too; but they have specific applications. For instance, maple wood is best used as a butcher block, and stainless steel is used for commercial kitchens such as those in restaurants, cafes, and hotels.

Plan Ahead with Craftsmen Home Improvements

Craftsmen offers kitchen design consultants, kitchen remodel contractual services, and installation for kitchen islands, kitchen cabinets, and kitchen doors. We want you to know that you have our total commitment to your project, so we make sure all of the materials are ready for your project before starting and only work on one project at a time.

Remember! You want a kitchen countertop that is functional, practical, and beautiful so that it lasts for a long time, and Craftsmen can help you find the perfect fit.