Counter Tops


What Are My Options for Countertops?

No longer are we confined to a few options for our counters. Today there are several different types of materials being used as countertops and depending on your personal taste and the aesthetic of your home; you could have a kitchen counter that lasts a lifetime.

Some of the options for countertops are: Laminate, Tile, Glass, Solid Wood, Cement, Granite, Marble, Limestone and Quartz.

The options for stone countertops are vast and vary in color and texture. One very popular stone used in many homes today is granite. Granite countertops come in many variations of color and will give your kitchen a beautiful look though, they must be sealed. Another stone option for kitchen countertops is Quartz. Quartz is a man made stone with generally 93% to 94% natural quartz. Quartz is one of the hardest elements in nature. In fact Quartz is what give Granite its hardness.

Granite CountertopOne of the most beautiful stone option is marble. Marble countertops are typically seen in high end custom designed kitchens. They require careful maintenance but are extremely durable.

Glass counters are truly a thing of beauty. They are manufactured theses days in many colors and texture and require no maintenance.

Solid wood counters are not just butcher block anymore. They can come in a plank look in just about any wood you may desire. Like all natural counter materials they do require higher maintenance.

Cement counters can be used in a traditional kitchen as well as a contemporary one. These counters should only be created by experienced professionals and not the typical driveway contractor.

Tile counters are still available though the grout joints may not be desired.

Laminate is the most economical counter and they come in a number of natural stone looking styles.

With all the different options for countertops available today you could easily change the look and value of your home in days. To find out more information from a team of skilled and talented professionals contact Anew Kitchen and Bath Design and Remodeling Experience.


Our goal is simple: help you create the home of your dreams, without compromising beauty or performance.
More captivating than other quartz counters, more durable than granite, Cambria creates unique surfaces
with the true elegance you demand of natural stone, and the hard-working performance your everyday life requires.

Your dream. Your home. Your life. Why would you settle for anything less?

Your countertops go through a lot. Scratches, stains and the stresses of everyday life. No other surface on the
market offers such a perfect harmony of performance and beauty. Only Cambria can meet both the needs of your cambria2
lifestyle and the demands of your inspiration.

At Cambria, managing and minimizing our impact on the environment in both our product offerings and our daily
operations is an important part of our business. In a nutshell, we want our product to have a big impact on our
customers, not our environment.


Silestone is a compound made up of 94% natural quartz, which make it extraordinarily hard and resilient. This is the one and only worktop made of quartz with anti-bacterial protection, giving it hygienic properties that are not to be found anywhere else on the market. It is an excellent surface for kitchen worktops, bathrooms, floors and wall cladding using the minimum number of joints.

In addition, it comes in a variety of different shades of quartz color, offering a number of decorative possibilities from a mere kitchen top to a project for a complete set of furniture. Silestone is an investment for the future. Silestone is forever.
Silestone® is the world's leading producer of quartz surfaces designed for high-quality kitchens and bathrooms, including countertops and sinks with advanced bacteristatic technology.

Silestone® is the only brand that offers a certified warranty, in writing. Only a global leader could once again draw ahead of the pack and offer a genuine 15-year transferable warranty for Silestone®


Founded in 1987, Caesarstone was an early pioneer of the natural quartz surfaces market. Its dominant position in the market has been achieved through continuous investment, extensive research and development, highly trained personnel and an advanced market infrastructure.

Caesarstone evolved a new kind of work surface by adding quartz to the Bretonstone process. The manufacture of slabs from a mixture of ground quartz aggregates, pigments and polymers proved to be the unique components necessary for this new generation of surfacing. As a result of this advanced technology, Caesarstone is able to provide improved products with unprecedented physical properties superior to those of marble, granite and other manufactured surfaces. For more than a decade Caesarstone has set new standards in innovation and craftsmanship and continues to set the trends in the industry.caesarstone-quartz countertops
Caesarstone quartz surfaces are the ultimate combination of nature and technology. Non-porous, scratch resistant and highly resistant to stains, Caesarstone retains its beauty without sealants or waxes and is almost maintenance-free. Ideal for any interior space, Caesarstone stone surfaces have four times the flexural strength and double the impact resistance of granite while impressively outperforming marble.

Quartz Countertops

If you have a busy family and your kitchen gets a lot of use then Quartz Countertops might be the right choice for you. Engineered Quartz is engineered with pure quartz, incorporating both science and style to create a hard surface that’s ideal for both residential and commercials uses.

Quartz CountertopFor homeowners trying to get the most out of their homes, engineered quartz is an excellent choice. Anew Kitchen and Bath Design and Remodeling Experience, leaders in the home improvement industry, have extensive experience installing engineered quartz. To learn more information about us and to receive a free estimate, contact us today by filling out the online form.

Our product is primarily mined in North America, meaning we have lower transportation requirements than other quartz
surfacing products produced outside the US.
During processing, 100 percent of the water used in Cambria's plant and fabrication facilities is recycled through a
series of advanced settling and filtering techniques. All diamond-metal tooling is retooled and re-used. Scrap material
is collected and used as road base material on local construction projects.

Environmental best practices are promoted through training programs at Cambria University. For example, Cambria Approved Fabrication and Installation Associates are educated in water recovery and equipment recycling practices.

Caesarstone is globally recognized for its simplified fabrication and installation processes that enable cost-effective solutions. Due to the material’s outstanding durability, Caesarstone can be installed in thinner forms to save weight, or in larger sections to reduce the amount of joints on a surface. This enables even further money-saving features that customers happily applaud.
Caesarstone surfaces meet exacting standards of excellence from the initial procurement of raw materials to the final quality control check. Highly skilled and trained staff members ensure the quality of a product that is unrivaled in the industry today. The manufacturing process begins with a rigorous inspection of all incoming raw materials. These are blended at a ratio of up to 93% natural quartz aggregates with pigments and polymer resins.

Quartz is one of the hardest minerals in the world. This makes our products very durable, with a high level of resistance to external aggressions.Silestone is a non-porous surface and highly resistant to stains from coffee, wine, lemon juice, olive oil, vinegar, makeup and many other everyday products.

Silestone is the only brand that contains a unique bacteriostatic formula developed by Cosentino that is based on the use of latest generation silver ions to prevent the propagation of bacterias.

With this formula, Silestone surfaces for kitchen and bathroom offer a protection added value

Engineered quartz use advanced technology to create surfaces that are not only beautiful but durable as well. Engineered quartz is available in a variety of brilliant colors with unique depth and a subtle sparkle, and is a great alternative to granite, marble or tile countertops. No longer will you have to search through slabs of stone to find the right choice since engineered quartz offer unmatched consistency in both pattern and color. Because of its high quartz content, engineered quartz are four times stronger than most natural surfaces.

Engineered quartz is ideal for homeowners with active families. A surface this durable will last you for years to come. And with the team at Anew Kitchen and Bath Design and Remodeling Experience you can rest assured that job will be done right.

Don’t settle for anything less than the best for your home choose a professional contractor. Contact us today to find out more information and to receive a free consultation.

Natural Stone Countertops

Granite, Being one of the hardest of the dimension stone types, granite was historically avoided by the smaller, local stone fabricating shops, who favored marbles and limestones due to their easier working properties. A recent boom in the supply of affordable machinery and abrasives technologies eliminated these previous difficulties in fabrication. The use of granite has skyrocketed in residential interior applications as a result. Available in a striking array of colors, granite's durability, longevity, and economy make it ideal for kitchen countertops and other heavily used surfaces, including table tops and floors.

Dal Tile-natural stone countertopMarble, Onyx, & Serpentine, Marble is a metamorphic rock found in the mountainous regions of most countries of the world. Marble quarried in India, China, Italy, and Spain represents the majority of marble, in terms of volume, that is utilized worldwide. Because of its beauty and elegance, marble is a popular choice for countertops, floors, foyers, fireplace facings and hearths, walls, and windowsills.

Marble, Onyx, & Serpentine, Marble is a metamorphic rock found in the mountainous regions of most countries of the world. Marble quarried in India, China, Italy, and Spain represents the majority of marble, in terms of volume, that is utilized worldwide. Because of its beauty and elegance, marble is a popular choice for countertops, floors, foyers, fireplace facings and hearths, walls, and windowsills.

Marble with its inherent warmth, adds a sophisticated element to the area in which it is installed. Its naturally random appearance, engineering characteristics, and ease of maintenance makes it a premium choice for floors, wall claddings, table tops, wainscot, floors, and vanity tops. Many marbles are well suited for wet area application, which extends the versatility of this material to include tub decks and showers.
Often mistaken for marble is serpentine, which is actually magnesium-silicate based as opposed to calcite based. As a result of the different mineralogy and whole rock chemistry of serpentine, it exhibits greater acid resistance and abrasion resistance than does a true marble. These properties make serpentine a common choice for both kitchen counter and exterior application.

Travertine and Limestone, Limestone deposits exist in all continents of the earth. Despite the common and traditional reference to "travertine marble", travertine is really a type of limestone. It is actually the terrestrial (land) formed version of limestone, as opposed to the marine based formations of many other limestone varieties.
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Featuring their soft earth tones, decorators integrating these stones into their design have great flexibility in selecting complimentary colors for other interior elements. Limestone and travertine, like marble, are of a calcium carbonate base, and as such, are vulnerable to alteration by exposure to mild acids. A wide variety of stones are included in this group, and absorption varies from slight (<1%) to="" high="" (="">10%). The combination of acid sensitivity and absorption limit the number of varieties that are suitable for countertop applications.

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