Serving the Denver area since 1999

Putting new countertops in any kitchen or bath is the easiest way to bring the luster back to your home. We carry virtually every high-quality material in the market;  granite, quartz, quartzite, solid surface, marble, porcelain, laminate, recycled glass, and more.

Our service, prices, and our craftsmanship cannot be beat due to our strong relationships with the largest granite slab yards and stone distributors in the area. We design, measure, template, cut, and install, so you know your project is in good hands from start to finish. Being able to manufacture in-house not only provides jobs to people right here in Colorado, but ensures your project gets done on time and gets done right.  

We offer the best kitchen and bath remodel experience in Colorado. Visit our Denver showroom for a wide selection of custom options and let our designers help inspire your next project.

What To Consider When Buying A Countertop:

When it comes to kitchens, countertops are a major feature that should be both stylish and functional. If you’re building a new home or planning a kitchen remodel, making decisions about what countertop to choose can be a bit overwhelming due to the many material and design options available. To help, we’ve put together this handy guide to get you started with the basics of your different material choices.

When choosing your countertops, consider the size of your kitchen, your budget, and how much effort you’re willing to put into maintenance. If you need more information about kitchen countertop material options, then please reach out to us at American Cabinet & Flooring. We can help!

Choosing the Right Countertop Material for Your Kitchen

The kitchen is the center of your home, and most people consider it the most important room. These factors can make it tough to design and remodel.

When choosing your countertops, consider the size of your kitchen, your budget, and how much effort you’re willing to put into maintenance. If you’re leaning towards granite, check out this granite countertop buying guide.

If you need more information about countertop material options, or need some personalized guidance, be sure to call or email us about your project. You always get free design and free estimates here at American Cabinet & Flooring Inc.

Granite Countertops

For many years, homeowners have been choosing granite countertops when they want to update their kitchens. Granite countertops are often a main feature that homebuyers look for when searching for a home to purchase.

One of the main benefits of granite includes the material’s uniqueness. There are more than 200 different shades, so you’re sure to locate one that will work well with your other kitchen elements, including flooring, cabinets, and wall color.

When you select granite, you’ll be giving your kitchen an upscale look and adding value to your home. Granite is extremely durable. It could last for several decades since it’s not susceptible to dents or scratches. However, for it to withstand everyday use, it’s important to seal it properly.

We stock hundreds of slabs of natural stone in our warehouse, with a huge selection of patterns, grain textures, and colors imported from the quarries all over the world.

Whether you’re building a new house or remodeling, natural stone offers you unparalleled beauty, permanence, and uniqueness – all while adding true value to your home.

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Granite – An excellent choice for kitchen countertops, floors, and other heavily used surfaces.

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Quartz Countertops

Quartz is a popular alternative to granite and is manufactured from resin and tinted with a color. This option can give you that ‘stone’ look, requires less maintenance, and can often be more affordable.

Quartz gives you the same benefits as hard surface countertops. They also offer a limitless variety of colors and designs. Often, people find it tough to determine the difference between a high-quality quartz countertop and one that is made of a natural stone.

Quartz countertops are very difficult to scratch or chip. They are non-porous and highly resistant to stains and makes it more difficult for bacteria, mold and mildew to grow. Quartz countertops do not need to be sealed or treated to keep their lustrous shine.

We have a huge selection of quartz countertops available. Stop by our Denver showroom to see some samples in person, or browse our live countertop inventory online.

Quartz Noble Grey Countertop
Daltile ONE Quartz Stone Look American Reserve Noble Grey Countertop and Revalia Remix Centennial White Backsplash

Quartz countertops remain the most popular countertop trend going into 2022, with 73% of experts responding that it would be the most popular trend for homeowners this year.


Solid Surface Countertops

Solid surface countertops have been available since the 1960s and are a popular option in many kitchens and baths. Solid surface is a perfect mid-range countertop material for buyers not interested in laminate, but still looking for an more affordable alternative to stone.

Solid Surface countertops are mainly nonporous, which limits bacteria growth, is easy to clean, and resists staining. These surfaces offer visual durability because they withstand wear and tear. They can be scratched, but can be repaired with something as simple as a sander.

Custom solid surface countertops are available in an array of color options and offer a unique balance of beauty and durability.

Corian Solid Surface Countertop Apron Sink Glacier White
Corian Solid Surface Countertop Apron Sink Glacier White

Solid surface countertops are designed to withstand years of wear. They resist stains, moisture, sunlight, and heat, and come in a full range of colors to complement any kitchen design.

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Laminate Countertops

Laminate countertops are the most affordable countertops that you can buy. They are is easy to clean, lightweight, and easy to install. They are available in many different colors, patterns, and designs.

The material option is not as durable as some of the others, however, it will withstand some heat and damage. It also imitates more expensive materials, which allows you to give your kitchen a high-end look without the high price.

Laminate Countertops

Today’s high-pressure laminates aren’t your parents’ old Formica countertops. Technological advances have led to higher quality and abundant design choices for all types of countertops. The most improved material over the years has been laminate.


Read the International Stone Fabricators recent countertop buyers guide.

Granite Remnants

Do you need a small piece of granite countertop for a smaller project? Granite remnants could be a way for you to get the high-end surface you want, while saving you money. Every bit as beautiful and durable as the original slab, they are perfect for smaller jobs like bathroom vanities, islands, tabletops, coffee tables, etc.

View our online inventory and select ‘remnants’ to see our inventory of countertop remnants and leftover pieces of granite, marble, quartzite, and and other natural stone.

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