Many first-time home buyers and younger couples just starting out with a family are not in the position to purchase the house of their dreams with their first home deal.
However, there are options to renovate and upgrade over time, allowing for investment in the home. These upgrades not only make it a great place to live but also adds to the resale value when the time comes to put the MN home on the market.
A very important upgrade option for an older home is to move from standard developer counters into natural stone countertops. These materials will not the lowest cost upgrade and renovation possibilities, but they are important to consider both for current use as well as future sale.
Choice in Natural Stone
Working with a top company offering natural stone and quartz countertops will provide you with the option to choose from different options. For natural stone, the most commonly selected counters are marble and granite, but soapstone is becoming increasingly more popular.
In addition to these true natural stone options, there is also the choice of quartz. This a natural stone combined with a small amount of resin, about 5%, to create a colorful, vibrant alternative to the natural stone slabs.
Classic or Modern Styles
Depending on the look desired with the renovation, the natural stone and quartz countertops can be very classic in color and design, or they can be very modern. The choice is really up to the homeowner, with the value of the counters being a factor that many buyers will look for in a home.
In addition to choosing the type of stone, homeowners will also be able to choose the edge profile, adding that extra little touch to bring the whole MN kitchen or bathroom together.