Laminate Countertops

Laminate countertops are available in a wide variety of colors, patterns, and textured finishes. Please click on the links below to view all the different options available. You can also find samples in either of our showrooms. Laminate countertops can be fabricated with a number of different edge and splash options. Our standard countertops are triple-coved, but we are happy to provide quotes for single-coved, double-coved, D-edge, bullnose, bevel, or self-edge projects. Customers often choose to use drop-in sinks in their Laminate countertops, but if you prefer undermount sinks, you’ll be happy to know we offer integral options from Karran. These undermount sinks are available in stainless steel, white or bisque acrylic, or in a variety of quartz colors. These sinks are installed underneath the laminate layer to guard against moisture damage.

Laminate Countertop Patterns

Caring for your Laminate Countertops

We’ve assembled some recommendations on caring for your new Laminate countertops, in order to prolong their original appearance and lifespan. Please avoid sliding heavy or rough objects along the surface of your Laminate countertops, as they may scratch or chip. Please use a cutting board to avoid cuts and knicks from knives. Please use trivets or insulated pads to prevent scorching from hot pans, or moisture damage from small countertop appliances. Please avoid allowing standing water to settle, especially over seams. Do not cover these seams with any objects, such as drying racks, as this will prevent proper evaporation and drying, and lead to moisture damage.

To clean your Laminate countertops, use a mild detergent and water solution, applied with a soft sponge or cloth. If difficult stains remain, use a soft bristled brush with a more concentrated solution. If the stain persists, use a paste made of baking soda and water, applied with a soft bristled brush. Abrasive pads, scouring pads, and abrasive cleaners should not be used, as they may permanently dull and scratch the textured finish. This damage could make your Laminate countertops more susceptible to staining.