Countertops are a staple of the modern kitchen, laundry room or office space.
At Counter-Action, we know that countertops must be durable and designed with your needs in mind. We have paired with local suppliers to give our clients a variety of countertops to choose from—whether you need a kitchen countertop, bathroom countertop or even a laundry room countertop.
We offer a large selection of countertops made from materials that have been tried and trusted in kitchen renovations including quartz countertops, laminate countertops, granite countertops and marble countertops. Understandably, kitchen renovations are typically not done alone because of the design specifications, measurements and labour involved. Making mistakes can be costly for clients. That’s why they turn to the Counter-Action team! Counter-Action will carefully measure, design and install countertops for your kitchen, bathroom or any other room in your home. We aim for nothing short of perfection.
Please read through and click on our countertop options below. If you have additional questions about our materials, ask any of our design specialists for more information.
Quartz countertops are made from natural quartz crystal—a mineral which is still a widely available resource. Quartz is an extremely durable, heat resistant, low maintenance option for a countertop, while remaining fairly budget friendly. Quartz is available in a variety of colours, each with a unique sparkle and pattern.
Counter-Action uses Cambria quartz countertops in many of our kitchen countertop renovations. The surfaces of Cambria quartz countertops remain nonporous and have been deemed safe by the NSF for food preparation. Quartz is available in a variety of edge profiles and backsplashes with specifications suitable for any kitchen.
Laminate countertops are a multi-purpose solution for most rooms in the home. In the kitchen, in a bathroom, in a laundry room or in an office, laminate countertops are very budget-friendly while providing strength and beauty.
These countertops can be made in a variety of styles and colours which often mimic marble, granite, quartz, and wood. But the difference between laminate and these options are the cost and the upkeep. With a laminate countertop, you don’t need to worry about resealing, however you need to be more careful with heated or sharp items.