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Vanity Countertops

A brief overview of choosing the right bathroom vanity countertop and the best material In bathrooms, vanity tops are short runs of a countertop, often with an attached sink. Vanity tops help make bathroom remodeling easier, faster, and less expensive. The best countertop for a bathroom vanity is 70% personal taste and 30% specific requirements for your space. There are plenty of options to choose from that fit both criteria. Bathroom countertops should be able to withstand daily use, moisture, and

A brief overview of choosing the right bathroom vanity countertop and the best material

In bathrooms, vanity tops are short runs of a countertop, often with an attached sink. Vanity tops help make bathroom remodeling easier, faster, and less expensive. The best countertop for a bathroom vanity is 70% personal taste and 30% specific requirements for your space. There are plenty of options to choose from that fit both criteria. Bathroom countertops should be able to withstand daily use, moisture, and heat. Some materials, like quartz, granite, and tempered glass, are more durable and resistant to scratches and stains. On the other hand, materials such as laminate and wood countertops may be less durable and more susceptible to damage.

Countertops for bathrooms need to be waterproof, easy to clean, affordable, durable, and of course, attractive. A few bathroom countertops hit those marks. Laminate, quartz, solid surface, tile, and stone are the most viable countertop choices. A couple of outliers, concrete and crushed glass, offer unique, eye-catching alternatives if you’d like something a little different.

 

What is the best material for vanity countertops?

Bathroom vanity tops can be made from a variety of countertop materials, though the most common type of material is a synthetic product called engineered stone. The engineered stone used in vanity tops is similar to solid surface or quartz countertop material. Here are some examples:

  • Laminate
Laminate counters can be created by fabricators who can make a countertop to your specifications from a designer laminate, giving it custom edges and other designer features. They are inexpensive and lightweight. But among the disadvantages of these counters are: cannot be refinished, delamination possible and lower resale value.
  • Quartz

Quartz is considered the highest-end countertop material and will enhance the appearance and value of most homes. Quartz’ high price can deter some buyers. Quartz countertops typically cost between $50 and $200 per square foot. Also, while quartz cannot crack, it will scorch if subjected to high heat.

  • Ceramic or Porcelain Tile

Ceramic and porcelain tiles are a good choice to save money on a quality countertop by doing the work yourself. Grout lines can easily stain and discolor, requiring periodic cleaning and resealing. Expect to pay $2 to $15 per square foot if you are installing your own tile countertop. For professional installation, costs are typically about $16 to $65 per square foot.

  • Solid Surface

Solid surface materials are excellent in heavy-use bathrooms. Solid surface countertops are easy to refurbish. Scratches can be sanded down with fine-grit sandpaper by any homeowner. Do-it-yourselfers can even buff down solid surface material to a fine gloss with a vehicle buffer.

  • Natural Stone

Natural stone bathroom countertop consists of a thick solid slab with openings cut for the faucet and the sink. Among the disadvantages of these stones are requires sealing, expensive and cracks possible. Meanwhile, Granite is the most popular natural stone for countertops, thanks to its availability and diversity.

What is the cost range for bathroom vanity?

The cost of a bathroom vanity countertop depends on several factors, such as the size of the countertop, the type of material, and the design elements chosen. On average, a bare bathroom vanity countertop can range anywhere from $50 to $500. More complex designs, larger countertops, and high-end materials can increase the cost to several thousand dollars.

Below are the top bathroom vanity top materials and their related costs:

GRANITE

It is available in two forms, granite tiles, and granite slabs. In the case of granite tiles, the cost is $5-$15 per square foot, while it’s $40-$80 per square foot for the slabs. This is because granite slabs are much better in various aspects and less porous.

QUARTZ

Since quartz has better water-resistant properties than granite, quartz is often preferred over granite. Due to this, you may need to spend around $75 per square foot in case of a quartz bathroom vanity top.

LAMINATE

Laminate is an affordable option with a smooth surface and nice texture. Its cost is $53 per square foot.

CERAMIC OR PORCELAIN

Tiles and slabs made of ceramic or porcelain also hold popularity among homebuyers. They cost something between $6.50-$19 per square foot. Out of this cost, it is $0.50-10 per square foot for the main titles, and the remaining cost is for the material to set the tiles over the vanity.

Customize Bathroom Vanities

Our website showcases a wide range of options, including complete vanity sets that include bathroom vanities with tops, stand-alone vanity bases, vanity tops, and a variety of bathroom sinks, giving you the flexibility to create the perfect vanity ensemble tailored to your unique preferences.

The vanity bases and tops come in a variety of materials, each offering its distinctive charm and durability. Whether you’re drawn to the timeless elegance of natural stone, the sleek and modern appeal of engineered materials, the rustic warmth of wood, or the captivating allure of copper, we have a vast array of options to suit your desired aesthetic.

Visit our site to experience the captivating effect of creative bathroom and stone countertops for yourself. Our hosts and experts will be delighted to guide you through our exhibitions and advise you on your stone counter or bathroom project.

Our address is: 

Office & Shop: 157 Toryork Drive, North York, Ontario, M9L 1X9.

You can also contact us at +1 (416) 871-7478 or info@teccorpgroup.com.

Vanity countertop care and maintenance

Vanities are essential and stylish furniture pieces that accompany the design of our bathroom spaces– often they’re even the centerpiece of the bathroom’s design. They are an investment of the design that should meet the aesthetics and functions that you need. Protecting your investment is crucial to ensure quality that lasts. Vanity countertop care and maintenance will keep your new vanity in great shape so you can enjoy your newly refinished bathroom for many years to come. Our engineered stone tops are easy to maintain with the right products and care.

No matter your bathroom countertop material, choose a soft cleaning cloth or sponge over abrasive cleaning tools, such as steel wool or scouring pads, to avoid damage to the surface. For tough grime or hard-to-reach edges and corners, gently scrub with a soft-bristled toothbrush.

Visit our site to experience the captivating effect of creative bathroom and stone countertops for yourself. Our hosts and experts will be delighted to guide you through our exhibitions and advise you on your stone counter or bathroom project.

Our address is: 

Office & Shop: 157 Toryork Drive, North York, Ontario, M9L 1X9.

You can also contact us at +1 (416) 871-7478 or info@teccorpgroup.com.

 

FAQ

When deciding on a bathroom countertop, think about durability, stain resistance, ease of cleaning, and matching your decor style. Steer clear of porous surfaces and surfaces that are easy to crack, scratch, or stain.

People choose quartz over marble or granite for a bathroom vanity countertop since quartz is engineered and not a natural stone slab. It can be less expensive than marble or granite and more eco-friendly and nonporous, making it less susceptible to bacteria and mold and more durable.

Quartz countertops are more versatile and durable than quartzite. Quartzite countertops have a more limited range of colors than quartz counters. Quartz counters are more waterproof than quartzite counters.

Replacing a broken tile is rather simple. It is very important to wear protective gear, especially goggles.

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