Laminate Versus Stone Countertops
Are you building a new home, or have you decided to remodel your kitchen? Choosing what materials you will use in your kitchen can be fun and exciting. Countertops are a major component of a kitchen remodel, and homeowners will have to choose whether they will go with laminate or stone countertops?
In order to choose your new kitchen countertops, you must weigh the pros and cons of both options. Laminate is the least expensive option, and it does come in a vast array of colors and textures. You can even get laminate that replicates the look of natural stone. It may not last as long, but it looks good for years. It’s not a huge commitment because you will need to change it eventually. Stone is a lifelong investment that adds beauty and value to any kitchen. A stone countertop has both the functionality and aesthetics that will enhance your kitchen and home.
- A wide selection of styles and colors
- Scratches and chips easily,
- Not suitable as a cutting surface
- Natural beauty
- Minimal maintenance
- Lasts a lifetime
- Adds value to your home
What is the Best Choice?
The best choice is what works with a customer’s budget and lifestyle. After weighing the pros and cons of laminate vs. stone, our customers will find a kitchen countertop that ensures they love their new kitchen. Whether you are investing in a temporary change and upgrading your countertops at a later date or time or you are looking for a lifetime investment, will help you decide as to which type of countertop you choose.
Contact a Professional
We would love to assist you in choosing the right countertop for your kitchen. We want to help you create the kitchen most conducive to your lifestyle. Try out our Kitchen Visualizer; it will help you visualize the kitchen you have been dreaming of.
Call the experts at AMC Countertops (920) 204-7625 or fill out our contact form and we will call you! You can visit our showroom to see the newest countertop styles that we have to offer. We service Fond du Lac, Ripon, Oshkosh, Neenah, and the rest of the Fox Cities, as well as Green Bay, Milwaukee, and Madison.