Countertop

Overview

A countertop is an important part of any kitchen, and the installation process is critical to ensuring a smooth, level surface. There are a few different ways to install a countertop, and the method you choose will depend on the type of countertop material, the layout of your kitchen, and your personal preferences.

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Installation

 Coast to Coast provides homeowners with a wide variety of countertop installation options in Lexington to choose from when it comes to countertop materials and colors. There are many factors to consider when deciding what type of countertop to install in your home. Coast to Coast is here to help you every step of the way, with the many options and variations, they will help you find the perfect countertop.

Countertop Materials

When it comes to countertop materials, there are many options to choose from. The most popular countertop materials include granite, marble, and quartz. Granite is perfect for very busy areas of your home because of its strength and durability. Marble is the most beautiful of all and gives your home a luxurious look. Although it requires a lot of maintenance, it is worth it. Quartz combines granite and marble countertop features to create the ultimate countertop. It is strong and durable as well as has many options from simple to elegant to fit your kitchen’s style.

Countertop Colors

 When it comes to countertop colors, there are also many options to choose from. The most popular countertop colors include the basic colors of white, black, gray, and brown, which can go with any kitchen style. However, there are many other colors to choose from if you want a specific color. Most of the stones that are used for countertops come in more than one color, so there are endless options that could fit your kitchen style.

If you’re looking for a dependable company to do countertop installation in Lexington, look no further than Coast to Coast. We have years of experience installing all types of countertops and are competitively priced, so you can be sure you’re getting the best value for your money.

We work for your satisfaction

We know that having new countertops installed can be a big job, but we’re here to make it as easy and stress-free as possible. We’ll work with you to schedule a time that’s convenient for you, and we’ll even remove your old countertops and dispose of them for you. We’ll also make sure your new countertops are installed correctly and to your satisfaction. If you’re ready to have beautiful new countertops that will last for years, call Coast to Coast for Countertop Installation in Lexington today. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have and give you a free estimate. We look forward to working with you!

Our Testimonials

Our clients are the backbone of the company, which is why we focus on top-notch service and installs. 

Kara Stone is amazing, patient, and not pushy. She is absolutely informative and you can tell she loves what she does. We have 3 kids and she always makes sure they are well taken care of, makes them feel special. I will never go anywhere else, their selection is awesome. We have been to a few granite places and you are either ignored, or greeted with some pretentious attitude. At Coast to Coast you are welcomed and Kara is the best. We bought our vanity quartz, and now on to our kitchen granite and a half bath vanity quartz. 5 stars is not enough, I would give 10 and a 10 for Kara too.

Jesus S. Bath Vanity Install

Thank you for doing a great job on our new counters. The process was easy and smooth, from picking them out to installation. You guys have great prices and great customer service and we love our new counters. We will definitely recommend Coast to Coast to everyone we know! Thanks again.

Alex T. Kitchen Countertop Install

Very happy with our new granite countertop. From the initial sales person to the final installation...everyone was professional, courteous, efficient, and over the top. Highly recommend!

Ralph C Kitchen Countertop Install

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