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Slate Countertops in Central PA 2020-11-12T10:14:07+00:00
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Slate Countertops in Central Pennsylvania

Whether you’re designing a new home or working on a renovation, you have many choices to make. Finding the perfect kitchen countertops is one of those decisions. With a variety of options available, choosing the right one may seem overwhelming.

Choosing countertops from Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile gives you an incredible selection of some of the best countertop materials. Our slate countertops are a perfect option to outfit your new kitchen or other parts of your home.

Benefits of Slate Countertops

Slate has a long list of benefits, even compared to other types of stone. It has a slightly less bold look when it comes to the pattern of the material, but that can create a more uniform look in your kitchen or bathroom. Since the stone is non-porous, it’s easier to clean and is less prone to bacterial growth.

The strength and durability of slate also mean that it won’t stain, is heat resistant, and won’t show wear and tear like other types of countertops.

Drawbacks of Slate Countertops

Compared to the other types of countertop materials, there are not many drawbacks to slate. If you like a bolder look in countertops, it might not be the best choice because of its uniform and understated look.

Its strength also has the potential to be a drawback in some cases. We always recommend rounded corners on slate countertops because a straight point can be very sharp.

Other than these two drawbacks, homeowners don’t have many complaints about slate! It’s affordable, has great durability, and can still give your kitchen or bathroom a gorgeous look.

Maintaining Slate Countertops

Because of its high durability, slate doesn’t require much maintenance. With a few occasional projects and some cleaning tips to keep in mind, your slate countertops will look amazing long after they’ve been installed.

Much like soapstone, slate counters can be oiled if you are so inclined. This is purely for aesthetic purposes and will need to be reapplied periodically.

Even though slate is very strong and durable, you need to use the right cleaning products. Non-abrasive cleaners will keep your slate countertops in the best condition.

Cost of Slate Countertops

With so many benefits and few drawbacks, you may be thinking that slate will come at a high cost. In reality, it’s a very affordable material. Per square foot, slate usually costs between $50 and $65. Just keep in mind that that price doesn’t include labor or installation costs.

Trust the Experts for Your Slate and Natural Stone Countertops

At Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz, & Tile, we will help you find the perfect countertop for your home. If you’re renovating a kitchen or bathroom, slate makes a great addition! Contact us today to learn more or visit our showroom to see different options in person. You can also request a free quote to learn more about slate and other natural stone options.

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At Lesher Natural Stone, Quartz & Granite, we acquire our natural stone materials, sinks, and faucets through a wide variety of preferred suppliers, guaranteeing you the perfect combination of style and within budget.

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