Concrete countertops offer a gorgeous modern industrial look and feel
About Concrete Countertops
Concrete has taken the countertop world by storm. Due to it’s durability and industrial feel, many customers are choosing concrete for their kitchens, bathrooms, and more.
The manufacturing process for concrete involves a certain amount of artistry that makes it unique in the countertop world. Each concrete countertop is guaranteed to be a unique specimen.
Custom edges, colors and inlays are all possible, and the sky is the limit in terms of design. You’d be amazed at what’s possible with concrete these days.
Concrete Countertops: Pros and Cons
Concrete Countertops come with positives and negatives, just like all countertop materials and are not right for all scenarios. However, they can be a great choice in the right situation. Here are some of the positives and negatives of concrete countertops.
- High strength and durability
- Heat resistant
- Unique rustic industrial look
- Can be molded into any shape
- Unlimited color options
- Can embed tile, stone, glass, etc.
- Color deepens/matures over time
- Susceptible to stains and scratching
- Can be expensive, depending on design
- Needs resealing every 1-3 years
- Difficult to repair
Concrete Countertops: By The Numbers
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does Top Advantage fabricate concrete countertops?
No. We work with partners to produce the countertops themselves, then we do the installation.
What kind of maintenance is involved with concrete countertops?
You should seal your countertops every 1-3 years depending on the exact mix that was used to make the countertop.
What edge profiles are available?
There are lots of variations in edge profiles available. Contact us today for more information.
How long does it take to get concrete countertops?
Typical turnaround time for concrete countertops at Top Advantage is roughly one month from the first inquiry.
How precise are dimensions when using concrete vs quartz or granite?
Because quartz and granite products are cut using advanced CNC machinery vs concrete, which uses hand built forms, they tend to be more precise than concrete. Although many consider this and other slight imperfections to be feature of concrete countertops rather than a flaw.
Interested in Concrete Countertop? Contact us!
We want to help you get your hands on a beautiful new concrete countertop!