Kitchen countertop is the horizontal work surface located in a kitchen. It is the place to prepare food, organize dishes as well as to house a cooking stove, sinks and other kitchen appliances and accessories. Hence, it is vital that these kitchen counters are designed to be safe, hygiene and resilient to liquid spills, heat and scratches. Marble or Granite is highly recommended for kitchen countertops as it makes the kitchen looks more attractive, luxury and class.
Marble counters can come as slabs or tiles
- Slabs. Marble slabs offer a solid and seamless look. If your counter is curved or arched, a seam will be required.
- Tile. If you love the look of marble but find its cost prohibitive, consider more affordable marble tiles. You can save the excess tiles after installation is complete, and in the future, if the countertop requires repair, the damage tile can be replaced.
Care and Maintenance
When it comes to keeping kitchen countertops looking new, a little prevention goes a long way. Place trivets under hot pots and pans, set coasters under glasses, use cutting boards when slicing food and wipe up any spills immediately. The countertop tiles should be finished with a protective coating that forms a barrier to bacteria and stains. This glaze can be clear or colored, high-gloss or matte.
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