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Low-Cost Countertops That Transform Your Kitchen

One of the most important features in the kitchen is your countertops. They improve the overall appearance and express your personality. Be sure to pick the countertop that fits your style when remodeling your kitchen.

There are a dozen ways of updating your kitchen countertops. Here are some budget-friendly products to invest in: 

  • Inexpensive Quartz Countertops

Quartz is non-porous. It’s highly resistant to staining and among the most hygienic countertop options. Their cost is usually between $50 and $150 per square foot. Cabinets and Granite Direct’s prices for Quartz countertops include the installation charges. These are definitely on par with granite if you’re in the market for marble or slate-like look at half the price.

  • Ceramic and Stone Tile

Ceramic and porcelain tile costs between $5 and $30 per square foot, while natural stone tiles are double the value. Tile counters beat the price and give a beautiful look of lamination. The best part is that these showcase creativity in the kitchen for artistic expression. It’s a DIYers haven!

  • Laminate Countertops

Laminate countertops are one of the most inexpensive ways to update your kitchen. These usually start at about $25 per square foot. Though not worthy of an award when it comes to design, they definitely upgrade your space’s overall look.

  • Granite, Solid Stone Counters & Alternatives

Granite countertops, as well as solid stone such as Soapstone, Tile, Granite, and Marble, cost $40 to $200 per square foot. Though a bit of an expensive choice, these are the best in town! Granite has several color options, and these go well with a classic look in any neutral kitchen. Just like our Quartz countertops, our Granite countertop prices include installation charges.

Countertops are the most important feature of any kitchen or bathroom. We’ve seen people go through style after style over the years to get the perfect space. Check out our collection of amazing countertop options and let us know what you think!

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