White countertop installation, Jupiter Countertop Installers

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White countertop installation, Jupiter Countertop Installers

People’s favorite options when working on their countertops? Definitely using white countertop designs and options. While other colors are available, most natural stones not only come with this type of design but the quality and smoothness of the surface are also influencing decisions. Marble and quartz are the most common examples of white countertop installation, and how homeowners and business owners are always looking for them. However, this doesn’t mean that you should only consider these two materials when you have more alternatives available.

At Jupiter Countertop Installers, we help you consider the specific options around white countertops, their quality and costs, and what you should choose for proper designs and preferences. Once done, we proceed to design and plan the installation for better results and proper finishes in how the countertop feels.

Our company loves working with marble the most as this is a people’s favorite, even when the price may be a bit higher than others. However, we don’t always recommend it based on its porosity and how you need to consider durability and performance over design in most cases.

Quartz and even porcelain tend to be better options when you are looking for a bright and light surface. Laminate and quartzite can be included in this project as well as they all bring the stunning whiteness you are looking for.

Where do you start when you are trying to decide what to do and how to do it? We often recommend starting with the price. You don’t want an expensive option, and even if you do, this means you have a massive budget you can use for better alternatives in the industry, which are not always the most expensive ones in the process.

Then, scale durability and longevity from there to make a choice.

What Type of White Countertop Installation Can We Recommend?

It will entirely depend on the type of design and material you are going for. However, we usually start with the basics and scale from there:

  • Marble

It is timeless, and whole people will need to think about the expenses; it is difficult going wrong with it. As long as you can finance it, arabescato types are the best sub-variation in the industry. They are known for those white and stunning veining patterns that complement every color and design in your kitchen or bathroom.

The only considerations we would mention besides costs are porosity and scratches. Maybe you would like something more resistant in those options.

  • White granite.

When people think about granite, they usually go for the black or dark alternative. This is common since each material is known for something, but white granite can be quite stunning and impressive when you work around the right types.

Feel free to inquire about the white granite we can offer you, how it works, and all its costs and considerations.

  • Quartz

It is the main competitor for marble, and for good reasons. It is more durable and resistant in terms of scratches, and you can work on a surface that will last for decades easily. All you have to do is think about your needs and your goal throughout this installation.

We highly recommend the basic colors and going for the regular white background on the quartz.

  • Porcelain

It is heat resistant, stunning, and UV resistant, and you can use it indoors and outdoors. The design will truly work amazingly as long as you keep an eye on the element and how it should be addressed during the installation.

However, it can be more expensive than marble itself.

How Much Should You Have for White Countertop Installation?

Considering the previous options, slab prices will usually start at $32 per piece. However, in case you want and need recommendations around a more affordable and durable option, we can provide them.

White laminate countertops, sintered stone, recycled glass, and resin itself can be good options. However, you may have to keep in mind that variations will apply a lot, and you have to make sure you are getting a design and look you like.

Concrete is also possible, but not a favorite among business owners and some homeowners who are trying to get more of a clean look for their spaces.

Feel free to call, email us, or use our contact form to get all the information you need. We will happily work with you around a custom inspection and estimate for free if it is the first time you have requested it.