Bar Countertops - Granite
Granite is available in many different colors and styles, which make it versatile for any area, especially bar tops. Regardless of what bar design you have, whether it be a relaxing home bar, the neighborhood watering hole, or an upscale late-night lounge, there is a Granite that’s perfect for every application. Since Granite is a natural stone, every slab is genuinely unique, meaning that no one will ever have the same piece as yours. The durability of Granite also makes it an attractive choice, particularly for high-traffic bars such as restaurants, hotels, or homeowners who love to entertain. With just minimal maintenance required for Granite, such as a few minutes of daily cleaning and periodic sealing, it’s a reliable option for those who are looking to get a lifetime of use out of their bar.
Bar Countertops - Marble
Marble is a metamorphic rock that has commonly been used in sculptures and buildings, such as the New York Public Library, for hundreds of years. It brings unrivaled elegance wherever it is used, especially for bars. Marble has a classic look and brings increases the equity of any home or business. Marble’s subtle veins and calm appearance adds luxury to your bar. It is best suited for a relaxed environment that won’t be subject to extensive wear and tear. Proper sealing will be vital in getting the most out of your Marble, as it can potentially stain from wine and other acidic beverages if they are spilled and left for long periods of time. Home bars or private party rooms at a restaurant are ideal applications for Marble.
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Bar Countertops - Quartz
For extremely high traffic areas, an engineered stone may be best. Quartz is highly resistant to stains as well as wear-and-tear. The manufacturing process allows for a wide range of color options, which makes it easy to pair with any design scheme. Quartz is non-porous, meaning it will stand up to even the busiest areas and will never require sealing. You can be confident that Quartz will remain clean and in good shape for years to come. It’s an excellent choice for highly active restaurants or homeowners who frequently entertain guests.
FAQ | Bar Countertops
The average rate to install stone countertops is approximately $35 to $85 per hour. Plan to pay between $600 and $1,500 for the labor to install an average-sized kitchen counter. A large vanity top in your bathroom should be between around $250 and $500.
Granite is cheaper than quartz. Entry level granite costs $40 per square foot but quartz starts at $70. High end granite costs as much as $200 per square foot and quartz is priced as high as $175. … Fortunately, the price of granite countertops have come down significantly..
Quartz countertops are the easiest natural stone to take care of. They are engineered using ground stone and resin, so they don’t require regular sealing they way most granite and marble countertops do. This stone is non-porous, so it does not easily stain or etch.
Like any other thing, the ease of replacing countertops depends on your skill level and the scope of the project. If you are used to installing countertops, you will find it easy to undertake the replacement. The same thing applies if you have a small project.
Ceramic and porcelain tile are among the most affordable options and come in a wide range of colors and patterns, including designs that mimic granite and other stone. Natural stone tiles are pricier than ceramic but are much more affordable than slab granite or marble.
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