Your kitchen countertop can be made of many different materials. In addition to its design, the choice of material must be based on how it will be used.

Here is a summary of each material to guide you in making a wise choice.

Quartz

Quartz is composed of 94% crushed natural stone and 6% resin. This material is antibacterial and stain-resistant. It is available in a wide range of colours and textures.

Marble

Marble is characterised by its unique veins and diverse colours. This noble material is more sensitive to stains and acids, and therefore requires a sealer to prevent damage. Without a doubt, a marble countertop will give your kitchen a chic look!

Quartzite

Quartzite is a very dense stone formed from pure quartz sandstone. It is aesthetically comparable to marble but has similar properties to granite in terms of strength. It is resistant to the various impacts of day-to-day life.

Stainless steel

Stainless steel countertops offer a completely different look to standard kitchens. It can be used to place hot dishes without fear of damage and is also antibacterial.

Glass

To capture a maximum amount of light and add a touch of originality, glass countertops are the way to go! It can be found in a multitude of colours, textures and thicknesses.

Granite

Granite is a hard and resistant natural stone. Each slice of granite is unique. Textures, colours and veining vary from slab to slab. Unlike quartz, granite countertops will withstand heat and frost.