Published at Tuesday, 17 October 2017 by Beaufort Girard in Countertops, with total 69 digitals.
In an outdoor setting inferior craftsmanship will deteriorate quickly. When choosing outdoor kitchen countertops your priority should always be durability first, and looks second. Otherwise, you'll find your investment going up in smoke.
When it comes to kitchen countertops, tile has been replaced by natural stone, solid surfaces and environmentally friendly alternatives. "Homeowners are moving away from tile countertops, which are difficult to maintain, in favor of natural stone, solid surfaces and environmentally friendly 'green' products," says Margaret Began, owner and showroom manager of Stoneworks Ltd. in Bedford, Ohio.
Stone, metal, wood, marble, concrete—which surface will best complement the style of your kitchen? Which surface will provide the best return on investment? Which is designed to last a lifetime?