Get Your Cincinnati Kitchen Remodel with New Countertops
Countertops take up a significant footprint in your kitchen and provide a focal point in the room's design. Updating the kitchen countertops, along with cabinet refinishing, creates a totally new look and is far more affordable than a floor to ceiling remodel.
Kitchen Countertop Installation, Start to Finish
Your kitchen countertops are high value material. It's expensive and time-consuming for you to have to deal with damage or mistakes during the installation process. To protect your investment of the countertop slab, we provide full turnkey services.
Plumbing the Sink and Faucet
For instance, years of experience have taught us that our team should handle the plumbing, in particular, versus having you hire a plumber separately. Our fabricators and installers have been with us a long time. They are experienced and reliable.
If your new sink is even an inch deeper than the old one, and the existing plumbing isn't the right depth where it comes out of the wall, you'll have water in your garbage disposal or below the sink.
We also consider the style and sizing of your new sink and faucet while taking the countertop template measurements so it will fit properly.
Installation of Kitchen countertops includes:
- Template measurements
- Demo of existing countertops
- Fabrication of the new countertops
- Installation of new countertops
- Install of new sink and faucet, and all the plumbing
Choosing Your Kitchen Countertops at the Slab Yard
We refer you to our slab yard so you can see the entire profile of the slabs and choose exactly what you want.
You could purchase 12x12 squares at a home improvement store. But you end up with different colors and the patterns don't match up.
When there's a problem, getting good customer service can be exasperating. Not to mention the cost to repair.
The slab yard doesn't sell to the public. Tell them our parent company, 365 Renovations, sent you and they'll contact us for next steps.
We'll pass our discounted contractor pricing on to you.
Granite, Quartz, or Quartzite?
These are the most popular kitchen countertops in the Cincinnati area, and our preferred choice as well. But we will install other quality materials such as marble or porcelain.
With so many possibilities, how do I know which is the right countertop material for my kitchen?
Consider the characteristics of each, their pros and cons, price range and care needs.
Quartz countertops are:
- Nonporous. Liquid cannot penetrate the surface.
- Never need to be resealed.
- Scratch resistant.
- Won’t harbor bacteria.
- Quartz countertops are eco-friendly.
Quartzite countertops are:
- Durable, and the preferred material for handling hot items.
- Primarily available in whites and grays.
- Attractive, with unique streaking created by pressure in its formation, and the random presence of minerals.
- Porous, and need to be sealed.
Porcelain countertops are:
- Durable and chip resistant.
- Manufactured, so it comes in endless colors and patterns.
- Consistent. Because they are manufactured, you can replicate and match them.
- Nonporous and maintenance free.
Beauty and durability are the characteristics that make quartz, quartzite, granite, and porcelain the most popular countertop materials. All are winning choices for your kitchen makeover.
Ultimately, choosing between granite vs. quartz comes down to your personal taste. We suggest you pick the one you like the look of best, and then learn how to care for it accordingly.
It's So Hard to Like Your Kitchen if You Don't Like the Kitchen Countertops, Right?
Cabinet refinishing is a super affordable way to update the style and mood in your kitchen, but installing new kitchen countertops takes the space to the next level.
Take advantage of our Paint Now, Pay Later Financing.
Cincinnati Kitchen Remodeler Service Area
Amberley Village, Blue Ash, Cleves, Colerain Township, Delhi Township, East Walnut Hills, Fairfield, Finneytown, Forest Park, Hamilton, Harrison, Hyde Park, Indian Hill, Kenwood, Lebanon, Liberty Township, Loveland, Madeira, Maineville, Mariemont, Mason, Milford, Montgomery, Mount Adams, Mount Healthy, Mount Lookout, Ross, Springboro, Springdale, Symmes Township, West Chester Township, and Wyoming, Ohio.