A common question: Which Kitchen Counter-Top can I choose from?

Homeowners have many concerns that factor in when choosing a suitable Kitchen Counter-Top for their home. Without a guide, it can be confusing and stressed with the selection process of Counter-Top finishes.

Here are Different Types of Kitchen Counter-Top choices:

– KompacPlus
– Quartz
– Marble

– Granite
– Solid Timber

– Solid Surface

When deciding on a Kitchen Counter-Top, it is important to take some of these factors into consideration:

1) Lifestyle: Your Kitchen’s Counter-Top appearance can make or break the space’s overall design. You need to choose a Counter-Top that can hold up to your daily kitchen activities for years to come.

2) Maintenance: For busy families, it is best not to choose a Counter-Top material that will need regular checks or sealing to prevent staining situation.

3) Aesthetic: For a great look in the kitchen space, choose a tone that coordinates or contrasts with your cabinets, wall, and floor.

4) Durability: An important factor to consider when looking for a suitable Kitchen Counter-Top material is its ability to resist scratches, stains, as well as daily wear and tear.

5) Budget: No matter how important durability and design are, the final outcome is most likely to be determined by your budget. Comparing which is the most ideal option for you; suits your lifestyle, fits in your budget, and satisfying with the design.


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ADVANTAGES of KompacPlus:

  • Scratch, Heat, Bubble & Stain Resistant
  • Waterproof
  • Non-Porous
  • Easy to maintain


  • Limited in Design
  • Visible Joint Lines
  • Prolonged exposure to the sun can lead to discolouration




  • Easy to maintain, no sealing required
  • Can be custom-fabricated in any size and shape
  • Impact, Scratch and Stain Resistant
  • Heat and Acid Resistant
  • Non-Porous
  • Wide varieties of Design selection


  • Can be Affordable to Expensive
  • Very Heavy



ADVANTAGES of Granite:

  • Almost impervious to heat
  • Very strong and durable
  • Wide varieties of Design selection


  • Can be Expensive
  • Porous


[Solid Timber]

ADVANTAGES of Solid Timber:

  • Easy to clean
  • Charming country/farmhouse look
  • Adds a Warm Touch to space

DISADVANTAGES of Solid Timber:

  • Can be Expensive
  • Can be damaged by water and stain over time
  • Bacteria can be a problem if not properly maintained
  • Porous


[Solid Surface]

ADVANTAGES of Solid Surface:

  • Resist Stain
  • Wide varieties of Design selection
  • Affordable
  • Non-Porous

DISADVANTAGES of Solid Surface:

  • Vulnerable to damage


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