Published at Tuesday, 22 August 2017 by Rainier Roux in Countertops, with total 30 imageries.
According to Home Adviser, the average cost to purchase granite and have it installed can cost between $2,000 and $4,000. You can save money by purchasing the material from a wholesaler and doing some of the preliminary work yourself but the actual fabrication and installation of the countertops should be left to a professional.
Many are even made with a mix of particles to make them mimic other surfaces like stone, wood and glass. Corian countertops are one example of a solid surface. The countertop is made with a nonporous acrylic polymer and made in a variety of colors and patterns, ranging from creamy white to speckled gray.
Finally, if your heart is set on granite but your wallet is stuck on laminate, you're in luck. The hottest new laminates are made to look like the much more expensive granite. A cost-effective option is solid surface countertops. They're man-made from natural materials and acrylic polymer for a durable, nonporous surface that can easily be fixed if it stains or scratches. This product will probably cost 20 percent less than a stone countertop.