The countertop represents a primary fixture of the kitchen and has also recently been integrated into other parts of the house with modern designs. Precast concrete counters have grown in popularity due to their flexible designs, durability, and affordability.

The main stages of installing precast Concrete Countertops include:

Highlighting Size and Dimensions

The size of your countertop should be determined by the space available. If you’re working on an island design you might have more leeway- but counters against the wall will need precise measurements for a good fit. Having the contractor visit the space beforehand will ensure you get the exact dimensions needed. You can also choose a pre-manufactured option to suit your particular needs.

Preparing the Area

You’ll need to clear the space involved with the installation, which means removing any portable items and cordoning off the area from the rest of the house. You can also make a point of retrieving frequently used items stored in the kitchen such as plates and utensils to avoid any disruption of the work taking place.

Handling the Countertop

It’s worth noting that once the counter has been installed it’s up to you to handle its maintenance. Sealing the surface once the counter is in place protects it against excess moisture or staining. We offer a wide variety of precast concrete counters, so call us today! KreteworX is your top-rated Concrete Countertops plus company.