For some people, granite is the default option when it comes to counters. And, granite is a great choice – it’s in the name of our business after all, so you can be sure that we love it, as well. But there is no need to limit yourself to only considering granite when appealing options like quartz are also available on the market. Whether you are planning a residential project, a multifamily unit, or a large commercial job, the features quartz brings to the table can’t be ignored.
As a starting point, quartz oers excellent durability, something that is true of granite, as well. Once in place in a kitchen or bath space, you can expect a quartz counter to look great over the long run. Any maintenance you need to provide to the counter will be minimal – you don’t have to seal it as you do with some other materials, and there are plenty of cleaning products that will do a great job bringing it back to a shiny state
It’s also important to member the price of quartz counters. While these aren’t the cheapest counter options available, they aren’t the most expensive either – and you might find that the price of a quartz counter hits a sweet spot for your project in terms of great looks and performance without breaking the bank. You can reach out to us directly to learn more about the potential price of the project you have in mind.
For a countertop project to be successful, it needs to work nicely with the rest of the design and everything else that is being done in the kitchen or bathroom. With that in mind, we go through a detailed design process with our clients to make sure their needs are met when the project is finished.
If we don’t take the time initially to get to know you and what you want, it’s going to be nearly impossible to serve you well. Many others in the industry aren’t willing to spend the time in the pre-design phase to build a solid relationship, but that’s the only way we know how to do business.
With a strong foundation in place, we can work on a design that is informed by what we gathered at the start of the process. Once you are happy with the design plan, the real work can begin of fabricating, delivering, and installing the quartz counter. Of course, you’ll be able to look forward to a drama-free experience throughout delivery and installation thanks to our many years in this business and our outstanding track record of reliable performance.
Given the many benefits of quartz countertops, it would be perfectly reasonable to go in this direction. But maybe quartz counters aren’t quite right for you? Every project is dierent, and you need to settle on something that is going to suit your needs both now and in the future.
Fortunately, BNJ is proud to oer plenty of other countertop options for our clients to consider. As you might expect, granite is a particularly popular choice, as is porcelain. If you feel stuck on this decision and can’t decide which of the possible counter materials is going to be right for your upcoming job, turn to the expertise of our team for assistance. With so much knowledge and experience in this space, you can count on us to deliver the guidance you need.
Whether it’s a remodel of a kitchen or bath, or a new construction project, there are few components quite as important as the counters you use to finish the job.
Given the importance of this project component, don’t trust it to a contractor that might not be up to the challenge. Instead, lean on the years of experience oered by BNJ Granite and Cabinets to make sure things are done right the first time. We have a long list of satisfied customers to our credit and we’d love to add your name to those who are happy to sing our praises. Thank you for your time and reach out to us directly to get started.