Have you been wanting to make a change in your kitchen? One of the biggest impacts a person can make when revamping a kitchen is updating the countertops. Countertops are not the flashiest amenities, but they are arguably the most practical structure in the room. You prepare dinner there, place hot dishes just out of the oven, and stack plates to be washed and put away. All of this daily activity comes across as routine and goes fairly unnoticed, but the evidence of your hard work is present in the worn appearance of your kitchen countertops. Make your counterspace withstand daily wear and tear without showing any evidence by having your countertops professionally resurfaced.

Resurface or Replace?

Countertop ResurfacingEven if your countertops are showing wear and tear it is better for you to resurface the countertops instead of replace them. Most kitchen countertop damage is cosmetic which can be fixed through the resurfacing process whereas a full replacement is much more invasive. The resurfacing process is cleaner than a replacement, takes a fraction of the time, and only takes a day versus weeks. It is also perfect for any scale kitchen remodel. Whether you are looking to create a completely new kitchen or just throwing up a new color paint on the walls, countertop resurfacing will go miles into updating your kitchen by giving it a sleek new look and feel.

What are the Cost Comparisons?

Granite countertops are very popular in kitchens today and, according to Home Advisor, the average cost to install granite countertops is between $3,100 and $4,500. Luckily, with countertop resurfacing you will not have to forfeit style to stay in budget. For example, Flint-Stone coatings provide you with the modern look of stone or granite countertops without the expensive price-tag. With customers spending thousands of dollars to replace countertops, resurfacing makes much more financial sense with prices starting at only $13.70 for a quart of  Flint-Stone product. Each gallon of Flint-Stone product will cover 125-175 square feet of surface.  The coatings also come in a variety of colors so you won’t have any trouble matching the existing decor of your kitchen. Take a look at the Flint-Stone product options here.

Countertop resurfacing is less inconvenient, takes a fraction of the time, and is a fraction of the cost compared to the upheaval of a full countertop replacement. After the coating application your countertops will look brand new and, with the Flint-Stone product, your kitchen will be much more than just practical.