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Whether you are building a new kitchen, or remodeling an existing one, careful consideration is important when it comes to selecting a countertop. Generally speaking, the countertop is the first part of your kitchen that people will notice. It is also the most used part of your kitchen and needs to withstand much wear and tear. With so many choices now available in countertop materials, understanding the differences is a great way to start.

It is important to note that in most cases, countertops will need to withstand the normal everyday activities that occur in most kitchens today. Such activities include food preparation, cooking and cleaning.

What to consider when selecting your countertop:

• Is it durable?
• Is the countertop scratch resistant?
• How does it hold up to heat and is it heat resistant?
• Does it stain easily?
• Can the stains be easily removed?
• Is it repairable?
• Does it need a lot of maintenance such as sealing?

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