Published at Friday, August 23rd, 2019 - 15:31:46 PM. kitchen countertops. By Searlait Charrier.
For most homeowners, the more practical options will include materials such as slab granite, engineered stone (quartz), solid surface material, as well as traditional laminates and ceramic tile. A laminate countertop is formed from a thin layer of plastic laminate material bonded to a core of particleboard or MDF (medium-density fiberboard).
You can take green remodeling a step further by installing reclaimed wood counters. Barns, flooring, siding, and yes, even old wood counters, are repurposed and made into wood counters for an antique and truly unique look. Look in architectural salvage yards for raw materials. This is a questionable choice for kitchen countertops. With wood being an organic material that does not mix well with water, most homeowners envision rotting, moldy wood that needs to be replaced after a few years of use. That vision is partly true: if you don’t keep up on the constant maintenance, wood will rot quickly.
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