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Kitchen & Bathroom Countertops in Grandville, MI

If you’re thinking of remodeling your kitchen or bathroom, or starting from scratch with a new construction, we don’t have to tell you how important it is to find the perfect countertops. For trendy looks and better function, we’re here to help realize your goals at Johnson Carpet One Floor & Home in Grandville, MI. With our ample inventory of spanning all the best countertop brands and professional interior design services, we’ve got you and your family covered. 




Countertop Materials

Which countertop type is right for your kitchen or bathroom? Now is the time to consider things like budget, style, and activity levels. Each countertop type has unique rewards and benefits. The bulk of countertop options are made from stone, laminate, or wood. Quartz, granite, and marble are examples of stone countertops.

In addition to the three basics, there are new materials being used for countertops, including those made from recyclable materials, concrete, and even glass options. The type of material you choose should be highly dependent on the type of use and level of activity you plan on for your kitchen or bathroom. Each type of countertop has its own special properties that make them unique.






Installing Your Countertops

Fabrication and installation are process best accomplished by a qualified professional. These processes typically involve heavy lifting and even removing your sink. Even the most avid DIY-er can become overwhelmed. Our professional team of interior designers and experienced installers can help you get the project done with precision and ease.



Caring for Your Countertops

Each type of countertop as specific care and maintenance needs. For instance, a marble countertop requires regular sealing to perform its best. Since everyday substances like coffee and red wine can stain marble, we suggest using coasters. Daily wiping of your countertops is advised, regardless of what it’s made of. Keep in mind that certain types of cleaners aren’t compatible with certain countertop materials. Our experts can help you establish a care routine to ensure a bright future for your new countertop.



Best Kitchen Countertops

In addition to spilled food and drink, the counters in your kitchens can easily be damaged by knives and other utensils. Regular cleaning is essential to ensure a hygienic kitchen and avoid odors. Quartz is a favorite for the kitchen since it’s a nonporous surface and virtually scratch proof.



Best Bathroom Countertops

Granite, laminate, and quartz are among the favorite mediums for bathroom countertops and vanities. Bathroom countertops can easily be damaged by things like hair curling irons and nail polish remover. Laminate is a more budget-friendly option that’s resistant to heat and doesn’t easily scratch or dent. Most offer a good degree of stain resistance.



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Want to learn more about how we can help you reinvent your kitchen or bathroom with custom countertops? Please visit us soon at 4034 Chicago Drive SW in Grandville, MI. 




Kitchen and Bathroom Countertops


Countertops Designs

Laminate Countertops


The most budget friendly option, laminate countertops are making a comeback with all new patterns that can mimic natural stone and wood. 

Quartz Countertops


Quartz countertops are essentially maintenance free. They are stain, acid, scratch, and heat resistant due to their non-porous surface, which also means they do not need to be sealed

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Granite Countertops


Traditional granite countertops offer a high end look and add value. Because granite is a natural stone, its color varies from slab to slab. It requires a bit more maintenance than quartz, so wipe up stains quickly and routinely seal the surface. 

Wood Countertops


Butcher block-style wooden counters are decorative and functional. When properly sealed, these counters are great for food prep and are highly heat resistant. 

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