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No kitchen is complete without the perfect countertop

Cabinetland offers you a variety of materials to choose from, including laminate, solid surface, quartz, granite, and real butcher block countertops. Our selection comes from some of the most recognizable names in countertops, such as Corian®, Cambria®, Formica®, Silestone®, LivingStone®, Wilsonart®, and more.

Which countertop is right for me?

With so many options and price points to choose from, selecting the right countertop can feel overwhelming. We’ve gathered some of the most important pros and cons with each style to help you make the right choice for your design, lifestyle, and budget.


Laminate Countertops

  • Lower cost per square foot
  • Low maintenance and long life with proper care
  • Wide variety of colors and patterns available – many mimic the look of more expensive surfaces
  • Easy to install
  • Not as durable as other countertop surfaces and not repairable
  • Not heat-resistant

Solid Surface Countertops

  • Wide variety of colors, styles, and designs available
  • Seamless appearance with aggregate colors
  • Easy to clean and low maintenance
  • Will not stain easily
  • Repairable if damaged
  • Heat resistant
  • Not resistant to harsh chemicals
  • May have a higher cost than other surfaces
Quartz Countertops

Quartz Countertops

  • Wider range of colors available than natural stone
  • Higher durability – won’t chip or crack easily
  • Non-porous so it resists stains and will not harbor bacteria
  • Antimicrobial
  • Maintenance free
  • Consistent colors and patterns
  • May have a higher cost than other surfaces
  • May have more noticeable seams than other surfaces
Granite Countertops

Granite Countertops

  • Unrivaled rich, natural beauty that comes in various colors and patterns
  • Handles normal wear and tear well – will not scratch easily
  • Heat resistant – can handle hot pans without damage or weakening
  • Stain resistant and non-absorbent when properly sealed
  • Porous material, so may require resealing as often as every year
  • May be higher priced than other surfaces
Real Butcher Block Countertops

Real Butcher Block Countertops

  • Offers a unique look found in many high-end homes
  • Ability to prepare food directly on the countertop – cutting boards not necessary
  • Typically higher priced than other surfaces
  • Higher maintenance – must be occasionally refinished to maintain appearance