Concrete Counter Tops

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Are you are looking for a durable, easy to clean countertop for your home or business?

You might be surprised to find out that concrete can last 50 years or longer when installed as kitchen, bathroom, breakroom and dining hall counters.

Our concrete countertop services are designed to give you the most durable and aesthetically pleasing countertops on the market.

Benefits of Concrete Countertops

Concrete countertops are quickly becoming the new granite in terms of popularity. This is because they are handcrafted and completely customizable for homes and businesses.

- Can Be Formed into any Shape or Size
- Low-Maintenance
- Incredibly Durable
- Can Be Custom Colored
- Great for Indoor and Outdoor Counter

Our Concrete Countertop Services

Our concrete countertop services are designed to give you the most durable and aesthetically pleasing countertops for your home or business.

  1. Countertop Design
  2. Counter Types and Customization
  3. Countertop Installation

Countertop Design

Great residential and commercial countertops start with great design, and part of having a great design is taking into consideration the location of the countertop. Is your new custom concrete counter going to be installed in a kitchen, bathroom, breakroom or as an information or service desk? What’s your existing color scheme? Is it more modern, rustic or old world? The answers to these questions will help determine the style of your countertops. For example, if you have an old world color scheme in your kitchen, you may want your new custom concrete countertops to be smooth and rounded at the corners and have a color similar to wood. If your building’s lobby has a clean, modern look and feel, you may want your current countertops to be black or white in order to maintain the minimalist design. Our custom concrete countertop designers can look at your existing space and help you determine the best colors and styles for your new custom concrete countertop.

Counter Types and Customization

Concrete counters can be completely customized for the space. This includes the size and color as well as how it’s crafted.


The most common type of concrete countertop is the poured-in-place countertop. For this design, molds are fitted to the cabinetry and rebar or fibers are placed in the mold to add strength to the concrete. Then, the concrete is mixed, poured and smoothed to create a seamless counter. Poured in place counters are great for exceptionally long counter spaces as well as counters that are oddly shaped. The downside is that improper concrete mixing and form creation can damage the cabinetry, and it can be a messy process to pour concrete.

Precast Countertops

Precast countertops are manufactured off-site and transported to the residential home or commercial building as a finished product that merely needs to be installed on top of the cabinets. This type of concrete counter is great when you only need small sections of counter and when the shape is fairly uniform, like a circle, rectangle or square. The benefits of this type of concrete counter is that it can have more curing time in a space that is free of debris and dust. The downside is that concrete counters are usually extremely heavy and can require multiple people in order to lift it and maneuver it into place.

Concrete Countertop Color

Like concrete floors, concrete countertops can be given custom colors. This is accomplished by applying either an acid-based or water-based stain to the cured concrete surface. The type of stain you use will be dependent on where the counter is installed and your choice of colors. For example, if you want a white or black concrete counter, you’ll probably have to choose a water-based stain, but if you like earth tones, you could choose an acid-based stain.

Countertop Installation

Your concrete countertop installation will depend on whether you choose a poured in place counter or a precast counter. For poured-in-place counters, the manufacturing and installation all occur on-site, meaning that our team of concrete installers will come to your home, build the forms for the concrete counter directly on the cabinetry, mix the concrete, pour it and smooth it. Once the concrete has fully cured, your choice of stain will be applied. Once the stain has completely dried, a sealant will be placed on the counter to protect the concrete from staining.

Concrete Countertop Maintenance

Concrete countertops are relatively low maintenance. To keep them looking nice, we recommend that you wipe up spills and food particles as soon as possible and periodically have the counters resealed to help prevent stains and discoloration.

To get an estimate for a new concrete countertop in your home or business, give us a call.

Benefits of Choosing Us for Concrete Countertop Installation 

When you need a durable residential or commercial concrete countertop, you can count on us to recommend the best type of counter for your needs, including poured-in-place or precast. When we arrive on your property, you can expect us to evaluate the area, prepare the cabinets for installation and get your counters installed on time. If you choose a precast countertop, we will build the counter off-site to your exact dimensions, add color and seal it. Then, the precast countertop will be transported to your home and business and installed onto the cabinetry.

  • Experienced and skilled in Countertop Manufacturing and Installation
  • Build on-site or off-site
  • Custom Counter Colors
  • Your Choice of Sealants
  • Warrantied Work
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed

To get an estimate for a new concrete countertop in your home or business, give us a call.

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