Choosing the Right Countertops

Which countertop material will work best in your kitchen? Compare the maintenance and cost of each.

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Teak wood is great choice in a sink area. It is durable, withstands moisture and looks gorgeous. Maintenance: Treat wood countertops with mineral oil every month. Sand out stains and re-oil for a new surface. Photo courtesy of The Grothouse Lumber Company.

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