Countertop Removal - The Importance Of Professional Help

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    When it comes to renovating your home, we fully know and understand how important it is for you to get the job done right the first time.
    After all, you’re spending hundreds or thousands of dollars on your project, which means that you want the finished product to turn out as professional-looking as possible.
    However, the only problem with renovations is that homeowners often think they can save themselves a few bucks by doing some of the work by themselves or by hiring their friends.
    Of course, this is true for most small tasks and typically doesn’t represent much of a problem so long as the homeowner or whoever they hire to help them out actually has the skills to get the job done.
    But when it comes to removing old stone or laminate countertops, you’re probably going to want to leave things to the pros.
    And here’s why…

    Unnecessary Damage

    No matter how you go about removing your existing countertop, you’re likely going to need to cause a small amount of damage to your home. For instance, where your countertops butt up against your walls, you might need to remove a few smaller pieces of drywall pieces to properly remove the existing counter and install the new one.
    However, when doing this type of work, it’s important to remember that, if you’re not careful, you could possibly end up causing all sorts of extra, unnecessary damage that I’m sure you’d rather not need to deal with.

    In fact, many kitchen countertops have built-in appliances or fixtures, such as cooktops, under-counter refrigerators, as well as plumbing and electrical circuits, which can easily be damaged if proper precautions aren’t taken.
    And, when this type of thing happens, there’s no doubting that, no matter how cool, calm, and collected of a person you typically are, you’re going to be left cursing and swearing, wishing that you’d simply picked up the phone and called in professional help.

    Extra Costs - Wasted Money

    While you might be able to save yourself a few dollars by doing the work yourself, it’s going to be cheaper to have it done properly a single time, rather than to cause all sorts of extra, unnecessary damages, requiring you to spend extra time and money on your project.

    Think about it!

    Renovating your kitchen countertops is already expensive enough! Don’t go and add extra costs to your project, which could easily be avoided!

    While you think you might be saving yourself some money, the cost of breaking a single pipe or causing damage to an electrical circuit is often enough to offset any money you thought you’d be saving.

    What We Do

    When it comes to renovating your home or kitchen, we know that you already have enough on your plate planning and coordinating the entire project.
    In other words, you don’t want or need to be doing demolition or lugging out massive, back-breakingly heavy slabs of stone countertop on your own.
    Instead, let us take care of the hard work for you!

    Laminate Countertop Removal

    Out of all countertop materials, laminate countertops are the easiest to remove.
    However, unless you already have experience doing this, that doesn’t mean that you should attempt to remove them on your own.

    Many times, wood or laminate countertops will be glued down to your existing cupboards or cabinet. Therefore, if you’re not careful when removing your countertop, you risk causing a great deal of damage to your existing kitchen components, which could lead to you replacing your entire cabinet.
    Instead, it’s better to leave your countertop removal to trained professionals who are skilled and knowledgeable about this process.
    In turn, this guarantees that there will be no damage caused to your existing kitchen.
    You’ll save yourself time and money, and best of all, you’ll have the peace of mind knowing that the job was done properly!

    Stone Countertop Removal

    Similar to wood or laminate countertops, stone countertop removal involves a great deal of careful, meticulous work done by skilled hands.
    However, in many cases, your stone countertops will need to be broken down into smaller, more manageable chunks to allow for the removal.

    Before removing a stone countertop, our countertop specialists will carefully disconnect any plumbing, electrical, or appliances that may be installed on your counters. If this isn’t done, breaking up and removing your stone countertops in smaller pieces could cause damages to these fixtures.
    On top of this, proper personal protective equipment must always be worn, which prevents injuries, but also prevents injuries from happening on your property, which I’m sure we can both agree that we’d rather live without!
    Lastly, we’re proud to say that we’re capable of removing all types of stone countertops, including granite countertop removal and quartz countertop removal.

    Countertop Removal Near You

    Whether you’re just getting in gear to plan a kitchen renovation, or you’ve already ordered your new counters and need the old ones out of the way, we are your one-stop-shop for all your kitchen countertop installation, maintenance and removal needs.

    Looking for countertop removal near you? Don’t hesitate to contact us today to learn more!