Kitchen Advantage offers some of the best cabinetry on the market today. We are proud to be the exclusive provider of Omega cabinetry in the Western New York area. We strongly believe in providing only the best
materials to our customers. All of our cabinetry comes with excellent warranties from the manufacturer, including a Lifetime Limited Warranty on our Omega line.
If you are looking for high-end, high style, and functionality, then quartz is the countertop for you. Quartz has a number of advantages over other traditional countertop choices.
- Stain resistant
- Variety of color
Many natural stone countertops are very durable but quartz is a step above. Only three minerals on Earth are harder than quartz. This makes quartz countertops extremely resistant to scratching and chipping. Quartz is also a nonporous material. This means that it is very difficult for you to stain your countertop with liquids like coffee and juices. Being nonporous also prevents bacteria from being absorbed into your counter making a safe and clean environment for food preparation. Because quartz countertops are engineered, manufacturers are able to offer consumers a variety of colors and textures to choose from. This high level of variety allows for your countertops to be customized to your exact needs and wants.
Granite is a natural stone surface and one of the most popular and common choices for upscale kitchens and baths. Granite is a very durable material ranking just below quartz. Being a natural stone, the colors and patterns in granite have been naturally developed over millions of years so every granite countertop is unique.
Solid surface counters are a great choice for the kitchen with a medium level budget. Solid surfaces offer some of the same qualities as quartz but at a lower price tag. These countertops are nonporous like quartz, so they are stain resistant as well as bacteria resistant. Solid surfaces offer good durability with very low maintenance.
Laminates have been around for many years and continue to offer great value for lower budget remodels. Laminate has come a long way since the brightly colored, old-fashioned countertops of the past. Many laminate brands like Formica and Wilsonart have developed hundreds of styles and colors of laminate countertops to give you a natural stone or high-end look at prices that won't break the bank.