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What Are the Easiest Types of Countertops to Install?

Last Updated on August 8, 2023

Choosing the right countertop for your kitchen remodel can feel daunting. With so many choices, where do you begin? One way to narrow down the selection is to consider the ease of installation. If you are not keen on the idea of a longer, drawn-out installation process, then it is imperative you select the appropriate countertop. And we can help with that process. Below is a rundown of some of the easiest types of countertops to install.

Recycled glass countertops have gained popularity due to their eco-friendly appeal and unique aesthetics. They are made from crushed glass and semiprecious stones, resulting in an incredible finish. Opting for a recycled glass countertop means you can create a truly unique and eye-catching look for your countertops. The installation process for recycled glass countertops is relatively straightforward, so you don’t have to deal with the stress and hassle of a messy remodel.

Quartz overlay countertops offer a convenient alternative to traditional quartz countertops. With this innovative solution, a thin layer of quartz is applied directly over the existing countertop, eliminating the need for extensive demolition and disposal. This countertop overlay is custom-cut to fit your specifications and is securely bonded to the existing surface using a strong and durable adhesive.

A popular kitchen countertop overlay is granite overlay countertops, and understandably so. Granite is a timeless option that brings a sense of grace and elegance to any kitchen space. Granite overlays are also custom-made and applied directly over the existing countertop. They are cut to match the dimensions of your current countertop, then glued into place using a special adhesive. 

If you are ready to get started on your new countertop project, contact Granite & TREND Transformations. Our team will schedule a free in-home consultation with a member of our design team. We are also here to help answer any questions you may have about the countertop installation process.

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