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Whether you’re working on your daily kitchen chores or just storing random cooking stuff, the countertop shall always be included on your list of priorities when it comes in regular maintenance.
Since it’s considered to be one of the busiest parts of your kitchen, the countertop’s appearance and functionality eventually fade over time. An old or broken countertop can affect the entire look of your kitchen, that’s why observing its current condition is very important.
However, knowing the right time to replace your kitchen working space can be a tricky task. If you’re not careful enough, you might just end up wasting some precious time and money by removing a countertop that can still last for months – even years.
So, without further ado, here are five surefire signs that can help you determine if that kitchen countertop of yours has seen better days:
Cracks that can be seen on the surface of kitchen countertops are possibly due to the constant pressure as well as excessive contact to sharp or abrasive objects. Wooden countertops are known to be very prone to cracks and erosion.
Repairing cracks are possible. However, finding the perfect mixture on the color of your countertops is quite difficult. If left unchecked, both dirt and bacteria can occupy those tight spaces in the cracks which can potentially contaminate the tools and foods.
Maybe you’re opting to change your whole kitchen. From the walls, cabinets, positioning, etc. Then it’s also the best time to replace that old countertop.
On the other hand, if you want to save money and take things a bit more slowly, you can also start by investing in a new countertop.
Tough stains on the working top not only ruins the aesthetic senses of everyone but it also serves as an indication of an unsanitary kitchen. While there are simple ways of removing stains on the countertop, some of the most stubborn ones can accumulate the entirety of its surface over the course of time. When this happens, consider replacing it as a viable solution to this problem.
Even the seemingly hottest trend in kitchen design will eventually go out of style. If you are one of those people who care deeply on what’s the popular style nowadays, it might be better to prepare some budget on replacing that countertop already.
Bonus tip: To avoid your newly installed countertop from looking so outdated pretty quickly, choose materials that are durable and prefer classical designs over the others.
Replacing your countertops makes your kitchen a sight to behold hence increasing the real estate value of your home in the prying eyes of potential buyers.
Remember to keep a tab on these five signs so that you can finally say goodbye to your worn-out kitchen countertop and start the search for a new and more useful one!
Looking for ways of remodeling your old kitchen? Contact us today at (714) 961-1900 or visit our website www.mrcabinetcare.com/