The quartz-like countertop takes durability and style to another level. With over 50 colors to choose from, it is no surprise that Dekton is the rising star of countertops.
As the latest craze in kitchen countertop material, Dekton countertops are taking the world by storm. It is a brand new countertop surface made from a combo of the same raw materials used to make quartz that is produced into engineered stone.
Dekton is made in a new fabrication technique called Sinterized Particle Technology, a mix of raw materials processed through extreme pressure and heat that produces extremely durable slabs, almost indestructible and easy to maintain.
Our crew at YMH construction Atlanta is experienced in installing this marvelous material and highly recommends choosing it for your next kitchen renovation, bathroom remodel, or outdoor kitchen project. Want to know why? Read on!
Dekton is so dense that it is non-porous, highly resistant to cracking, and, most importantly, does not stain. Unlike other countertop materials, Dekton can be installed outdoors as well. It is UV resistant, which means the color will not fade, making it the perfect solution for your outdoor kitchen. Another major advantage is being heat-proof, while other natural materials are only heat-resistant. With Dekton countertops, you can set down pans of boiling water or hot skillets onto the counter without fear of damage. You get the idea of these incredible slabs. Whack them, slice on them, sit on them — and they’ll hold up.
Whether your design style is traditional, modern, rustic, or else, we all aim for a put together look. Unlike other natural countertop materials, Dekton countertops are sold in large slabs. As a result, they generally cover the entire surface in a seamless, sleek finish.
A rich color scheme to choose from
Dekton countertops come in more than 50 colors and range in a natural and neutral color palette: black, gray, white, and cream that will fit any design. Solid colors are available, as well as marbled, granulated, metallic, industrial, and natural irregular surfaces. The color of the Dekton countertop runs through the entire surface. Therefore, even if it happens to chip, the color is the same below the surface, making it easy to repair without leaving signs of damage.
As for the price, it is not cheap. Detkon countertops range between 55$-115$ per square foot installed. Since they are high quality and durable, they should save you money along the way and will increase your home value.
At YMH Construction Atlanta, we are well-trained in installing Dekton countertops. We will be happy to offer you our services!