When you want a durable countertop, you have a little bit of research on your hands. Because each stone has their own characteristics and pros and cons, you must figure out which one has the best characteristics that fit your needs. For your convenience, here are a few of the most popular surfaces along with their descriptions.

  • Quartz: The most durable countertops are made from quartz. With quartz, you receive the toughness found in natural stone and a beautiful variety of colors for your choosing pleasures. Though it is the most expensive of the countertops, it will last you for many years! It also is one of the only countertops that are resistant to bacteria and stains.
  • Granite: The most desired countertops are made from granite. With the beautiful colors and patterns that are naturally created, each piece of granite is one of a kind. Though it is not as durable as quartz, it is quite resistant to cracks, chips, and heat. With a sealer, it is also stain resistant. It is one of the trickier surfaces to take care of, and the seams are not easy to hide, so you must be considerate of where you place this surface.
  • Glass: The most ecofriendly choice of countertop surfaces is crushed glass. This is also one of the more expensive options, but it is quite durable against scratching, burns, or stains. It also doesn’t need a sealant because it doesn’t harbor pores. This is a great choice for those who want a modern look in their home.
  • Laminate: The countertop with the most options is a laminate countertop. Laminate is one of the most affordable countertops that has a large variety of looks that can mimic surfaces like wood, granite, and more! You can get the look you want without spending the money. However, you do not get the same quality and durability. Laminate has been known to crack, scratch, and scorch under heat.

If you are interested in implementing new countertop in your Fort Lauderdale home, don’t hesitate to call Half Price Countertops. We have many different options to meet everyone’s budget and taste! Call us at (954) 867-8310 to learn more about our services!