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When you’re designing a kitchen, one of the big decisions is what types of materials to use. Start by asking yourself what look you’re going for. Once you’ve decided on your kitchen’s theme, you can begin planning for the updating of appliances and the installation of new countertops. There are a variety of countertop materials for you to choose from; here are a few suggestions so you can design the countertop you’ve always wanted:

  • Glass Countertops
    Clean glass countertops create an elegant kitchen.
  • Concrete Countertops
    Durable concrete countertops can stand the test of time and create a unique look.
  • Wooden Countertops
    Wooden countertops bring a warm and cozy feel to a kitchen.
  • Tile Countertops
    A unique approach is to use tile in a countertop.
  • Stone (Marble/Quartz/Granite) Countertops
    Showcase a classy kitchen when you install marble, granite or new-style quartz countertops.
  • Recycled-Material Countertops
    Countertops can also be made out of recycled materials, if you’re looking for a modern, environmentally-friendly option.
  • Stainless Steel Countertops
    Stainless steel brings an industrial look to any kitchen.

Kitchen Countertop Installation Services

Once you’ve chosen the countertop material that complements your kitchen redesign, call us. Mr. Handyman saves homeowners time and stress with guaranteed work from experienced and insured installers with an average of 10 years’ of experience in home improvement. From installing countertops and backsplashes to repairing tiles, our technicians can help you with your exciting kitchen remodel.

Design a Bathroom Countertop

With bathroom counter tile, you have a variety of options. These tiles will not see the wear and tear that floor tiles and kitchen countertops see, and they are less likely to run into the mildew and moisture concerns that you may have with tiles in your shower surround. To avoid performing an excessive amount of tile repair in the future, we recommend using a versatile stone material such as ceramic or mosaic tile.

There are several factors to consider when you’re choosing the tile you’ll use on a countertop. Make sure you are asking yourself some of these key questions before you go shopping:

What type of use is this countertop going to experience?

If you’re shopping for a guest bathroom that might be used a few times each year, you can use a unique, uneven tile to add some flair to your bathroom décor. Whereas, if you’re choosing countertop tile for a family bathroom, you’re going to want to use a solid, durable tile type that will withstand wear and tear.

What style are you looking for?

If there is a consistent theme of tile throughout your home, or even if there is a particular statement you’re trying to make with your bathroom, countertop tile is a great opportunity to play with styles and colors.

Are you going to incorporate a backsplash?

Not only is tile good for the countertop, but your counter can include a custom backsplash that plays with the tile material you choose. Make sure you’re thinking about backsplash ideas while you’re shopping for counter tile.

Countertop Installation Services & More

Once you’ve chosen the countertop material that complements your bathroom redesign, call us. We save homeowners time and stress with guaranteed work from experienced and insured installers with an average of 10 years’ of experience in home improvement. From kitchen countertop installation to bathroom countertop installation, call your local Mr. Handyman for all of your kitchen and bathroom projects—no matter how big or small.

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