CONCRETE KITCHENS

Concrete Counter and Concrete Island

Concrete is an ideal material for use in kitchens. Concrete countertops and concrete sinks have the strength and durability to hold up to tough use. Plus, with the kitchen being the heart of the home, concrete provides a versatile design option that beautifies the space and adds a touch of style and class.

Concrete counters are a popular alternative to granite or other countertop options. Concrete’s extreme strength means it will look great for many years, if not decades, to come. Thanks to our N-hansed™ process we use to treat each piece, you don’t have to worry about the spills and splatters that come with typical kitchen use. We ensure your concrete countertops will be easy to clean, stain-proof and heat resistant.

For a cohesive look, consider matching your kitchen counters to a correlating concrete backsplash. Alternatively, if you prefer a more unique look, mixing colors can add visual interest to your concrete project. For example, some homeowners choose a matching concrete backsplash, while others may choose concrete tiles in contrasting colors.

Each concrete project is custom created by the professionals at CustomCreteWerks, Inc. so you know you’ll get a high-end, long-lasting result. If you have a design vision, we can help you make it a reality. Please call us at 262-632-1300 or email us at [email protected].

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