Countertop Resurfacing: Updating a Kitchen on a Budget…
If you’re tired of looking at your dated, discolored, or damaged kitchen countertop, but you don’t have $3000 or more to spend, consider a less costly alternative that guarantees a remarkable outcome—countertop resurfacing.
Does your laminate countertop have unsightly seams at inconvenient places such as the edges or corners? Those seams can eventually lead to buckling or chipping, or just look cheap. Does your countertop have stains that won’t fade or chips that you can’t “hide?” Have you scrubbed the surface dull trying to clean things? Maybe you’ve been living with an avocado green or neon orange color for long enough!
Updating your kitchen countertop does not have to be the costly, time-consuming project it once was. Keystone Resurfacing offers the most practical alternative to countertop replacement. Most jobs are completed with minimal downtime for one of the most-used rooms in your house – an average of 2 days! And we can save you thousands of dollars. All of this for a guaranteed satisfaction finish!
Countertop Resurfacing vs Countertop Replacement
Before calling in the demolition crew consider the resurfacing alternative. In just two days (average completion time) you can transform your kitchen countertop from outdated and damaged to spectacular. Not only will you enjoy the beautiful new look, but you’ll appreciate its durable, easy-to-maintain, seamless finish. Resurfacing is also repairable, unlike most countertops. You can choose from over 40 color selections to complement your kitchen’s lighting, flooring, and cabinets. Add a backsplash, choose a custom edge – see just how easy it is to be inspired again in the kitchen!
Not to be overlooked are the huge savings you’ll enjoy by resurfacing. For an average of 50% less than traditional kitchen countertop remodeling, Keystone Resurfacing can give your kitchen a makeover without the hassle or high cost of replacement.
Remember, countertop replacement is—unnecessary. All that you need to do is have it resurfaced. Because with countertop resurfacing, you will be able to give your kitchen a trendy and updated look at a very pocket-friendly cost!
Countertop Refinishing Process
The process of countertop refinishing begins by covering areas of the kitchen that will not be included in the refinishing process. A special cleaner is used in order to remove food residue and other dirt that may have accumulated on your kitchen countertop over the years. If there are any chips or cracks in the old countertop these will be repaired.
The countertop surface is then sanded and any optional edging would be styled in. Multiple layers of primer are applied, followed by the color of your choice. You can visit Avantstone.com to see some of the color selections. The last step in the process is to apply a durable final coat to give your new countertop a hard-wearing, long-lasting finish. Avantstone is a state-of-the-art composite surface for kitchen countertops. It combines the beauty of natural stone with the durability of solid surface technology.
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