The kitchen is the heart of your home. It’s where families gather, and where memories are created. If you’re looking to enhance the beauty and functionality of your kitchen, we have the granite, quartz and porcelain countertops to make it happen.

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What to Consider When Choosing a Kitchen Countertop

Installing countertops in your kitchen is an investment in your home, and we want to ensure that you make informed decisions.
Here are some key considerations when choosing the perfect countertop for your kitchen:

Color and Style

Your countertop should complement your kitchen’s color scheme and style. Think about how it will harmonize with your cabinets, backsplash, and flooring.

Installation Process

Our experienced installation team ensures a seamless and hassle-free process. We work efficiently to minimize disruption to your daily life.


Understand how to care for your chosen countertop material to keep it looking its best for years to come.

Frequently Asked Questions About Kitchen Countertops

A: The most popular kitchen countertop materials include granite, quartz and porcelain. Each material offers unique benefits and aesthetics to suit different preferences and needs.

A: Quartz countertops are highly durable, offering a level of resilience comparable to granite. While quartz is non-porous and resistant to stains, it can be susceptible to scratches and high heat. Careful use and minimal maintenance can help preserve its beauty and longevity.

A: Maintenance varies depending on the material. Generally, use mild soap and water for regular cleaning. Avoid abrasive cleaners on natural stone surfaces to prevent damage. Some materials may require periodic sealing.

A: It’s best to use trivets or hot pads to protect your countertops from extreme heat. While some materials like granite and quartz are heat-resistant, prolonged exposure to high temperatures can still cause damage or discoloration.

A: While some DIY enthusiasts can install countertops themselves, it’s highly recommended to hire a professional installer. At Youngstown Granite & Quartz, we ensure accurate measurements, proper sealing, and a polished finish for a long-lasting result.

A: Undermount sinks provide a sleek, seamless appearance and make it easier to wipe debris directly into the sink. Top-mount sinks are more affordable and easier to install but may have a visible rim on the countertop. The choice depends on your design preferences and practical needs. Our team has experience in installing all kinds of sinks.

Kitchen Countertop Materials

Granite Countertops

Granite countertops are all-natural, which plays a significant role in their unique appearance – you’ll never find two identical slabs of granite. When you replace laminate, tile, or other outdated materials with an attractive granite option, it adds value to a space. Its durable and low-maintenance nature makes it an excellent choice for any countertop.

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Quartz Countertops

Quartz is one of the more popular options in the market because of its broad color spectrum and ease of maintenance. While quartz is known as engineered stone, it doesn’t sacrifice the luxurious look of a natural option. Fabricated with natural resources, quartz is still an extremely solid and strong option.

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Porcelain Countertops

Porcelain is a stunning yet durable stone that is resistant to heat, stains, scratches, and chemicals. They also come in a wide variety of styles and colors, including options that look like marble and other natural stones. Lastly, it’s also environmentally friendly, made of 100% natural, clay-based and raw materials.

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