Whether you are looking into installing new or replacing existing countertops, Lumber Barn can provide you with the best materials for durable and stylish surfaces. We offer high quality brands in many materials to help you compliment your new or current kitchen or bath design. Our dedicated experts are here to show and explain all of the options available for all kinds of countertop projects. Whether your choice is driven by price, durability or design aesthetics, they’re ready to help.
Granite is a natural stone material which can be cut and shaped and is native to New Hampshire. It is heat-resistant and highly durable stone countertop.
Soapstone is a smooth, beautiful soft natural stone. It doesn’t require a sealant for protect as its impenetrable surface reduces the risk of bacterial growth, always a plus in a kitchen or bath.
Quartz is a natural stone material more durable than granite, so it is extremely long lasting and resistant to normal wear and tear. It is also available in a wide range of colors and patterns.
Sensa is the protected natural stone surface by Cosentino, a high-quality surface that offers such reliable performance that it comes with a 15-year certified guarantee. … This stone was chosen following strict criteria of aesthetic excellence that resulted in unique, elegant surfaces with an exotic, yet subtle, touch.
Solid surface is a non-porous low-maintenance material designed for countertops. It can mimic the appearance natural stone, and can be joined nearly invisibly by a trained craftsman. Solid surface can be cast into a variety of shapes, including sinks, shower pans and bathtubs. Color and design flexibility are key factors when choosing engineered composites over natural stone.
Laminates offer hundreds of design options and are still much more affordable than most other materials. For DIYers, laminates offer one fo the best choices for building your own countertop. But laminate countertops tend to have a shorter life than other materials, and even the best of them can be susceptible to burns, chipping, or delamination.
Contact Lumber Barn or stop by our NEW Kitchen & Bath Showcase at our Bradford store. One of our dedicated experts can walk you through and explain our wonderful products displays and answer all your countertop questions.