Introducing Kitchen Countertops
MADE BY CALUSA KITCHEN & BATH
Whether you’re planning a full kitchen renovation or thinking of upgrading your space with new kitchen countertops, you’ll find beautiful, high-quality options at Calusa Kitchen & Bath. We fabricate our countertops locally in our Sarasota facility. This allows us to provide you with unique, custom solutions for all of your kitchen countertop needs.
We invite you to visit our showroom where you can see, feel, and experience our large selection of countertops in person. Our design experts will help you explore your options so you can choose the countertop color and material that will perfectly match your ideal kitchen space.
Types Of Kitchen Countertops
Granite Kitchen Countertops
LUXURIOUS. NATURAL. HEAT & STAIN RESISTANT
Gorgeous, durable, and available in a wide variety of colors and styles, granite kitchen countertops have long been the number one choice for discerning homeowners. Adding granite countertops to your kitchen will also create a decidedly upscale look, making even modest kitchens feel elegant, sophisticated, and luxurious
Granite is a natural stone and is one of the hardest materials in the world. It’s almost impervious to heat and stains and when properly sealed, it’s virtually maintenance-free. Granite kitchen countertops are a smart investment that will increase the resale value of your home.
You may need to occasionally re-seal your granite countertops to prevent moisture absorption. Granite is also extremely heavy and may crack if improperly installed. To prevent damage to granite countertops, professional installation is always recommended.
Quartz Kitchen Countertops
TRENDY. STYLISH, PRECISION-FABRICATED
A stunning alternative to natural stone, quartz kitchen countertops are one of the most popular materials for modern kitchen remodels. They’re trendy, stylish, and are available in a wide range of colors. Since they’re precision-fabricated, quartz countertops are also free from the natural imperfections often found in natural stone such as marble or granite.
The nonporous surface makes quartz kitchen countertops resistant to scratches and stains. This low-maintenance material offers a beautiful natural stone look without the need for annual sealing. Quartz countertops can also be custom fabricated in the exact size and shape needed for your kitchen renovation.
A true luxury countertop material, quartz sometimes comes with a slightly higher price tag than natural stone. It’s also a very heavy material that requires professional installation. Although quartz kitchen countertops are heat resistant, exposure to very high temperatures may cause discoloration.
Marble Kitchen Countertops
A UNIQUE & NATURAL WORK OF ART
For a kitchen countertop that looks like a stunning work of art, marble is a perfect choice. No two sheets of this natural stone are the same, ensuring a truly unique look. Marble is often used on kitchen islands to create an eye-catching focal point and add a touch of natural luxury.
Marble is an exceptionally beautiful kitchen countertop that is waterproof and heat resistant. It provides a character and richness that will elevate your kitchen remodel and increase your home’s value.
A soft, porous material, marble is more susceptible to scratches, dents, and stains than some of the other popular kitchen countertop materials. To ensure the best possible protection, it’s important to apply a high-quality sealant at least once or twice a year.
Quartzite Kitchen Countertops
DURABLE. PRACTICAL. GORGEOUS
Offering the beauty of marble and the strength of granite, quartzite is a gorgeous and practical choice for your kitchen remodel. It’s becoming a popular option for homeowners who love the look of natural stone but want more durability.
Quartzite kitchen countertops are extremely hard and are resistant to heat, scratches, stains, and moisture. They also have a unique, natural look that complements virtually any kitchen design.
Natural quartzite countertops are typically only available in gray or white, with slight color variations, and it’s somewhat more difficult to customize the shape. Like most natural stones, you’ll also need to seal quartzite at least annually to prevent etching or staining.
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