Most Dallas homes have at least two countertops in the kitchen and bathroom. Although it’s possible to address some problems with cleaning or repair, there are many valid reasons to replace this surface. Think about installing a new countertop under these circumstances:
Your counter may have an unsightly appearance if it has been cracked, chipped, burned or scratched in multiple places. Likewise, it may exhibit stains that you can’t remove. Such flaws slow down cleaning tasks, make it harder to enjoy your home and discourage you from inviting guests.
It’s reasonable to replace a countertop because you want to upgrade to a material that suits your needs and preferences. You might want something more elegant, modern, heat-resistant, durable or low-maintenance. Your cabinets must be strong enough to support the weight of a different material.
If you’re installing new appliances, fixtures, cabinets, flooring or wall tiles, an existing countertop might look out of place. You could benefit from replacing it and selecting a complementary material or color. This will make the entire room look more appealing.
Perhaps you want to install equipment that requires additional openings. You’ll probably need to replace this surface before you add a second sink to the bathroom vanity or install an electric cooktop in the kitchen. A larger kitchen sink could also necessitate this change.
Selling or Renting
Do you plan to sell your house soon? If so, an unblemished modern countertop could attract potential buyers. It may also enhance a home’s rental value and help you find tenants quickly. Be sure to research the preferences of local residents who can afford your house.
If you’ve decided that a new countertop would benefit you, turn to our Dallas marble and granite contractors for top-notch advice, well-made products and expert installation. We can help you create the ideal kitchen or bathroom. Please contact us today for an estimate.