#1 Quartz & Granite
Countertops in
Wichita, KS

Family owned and operated, Countertop Concepts has been serving Wichita and the surrounding area since 2010.

Family Owned

12 Years in Business

Quality Over Quantity

Fast Turnaround Times

About Us

Quality Products,
Excellent Service &
Local Convenience

2022 Winner Best of Wichita - The Wichita Eagle.

Family owned and operated, Countertop Concepts has been serving Wichita and the surrounding area since 2010. We specialize in the design, fabrication and installation of natural stones such as granite, quartz, and quartzite.

Countertop Concepts is known for first class craftsmanship, receiving the 2018 Readers Choice award from the Wichita Eagle as the “Best Granite and Marble Company” in the Wichita metropolitan area. Our business is built around the belief that quality is more important than quantity.

“…Top quality and workmanship. Don goes above and beyond for your satisfaction…”
“…Countertop Concepts did an excellent job with the countertops in our latest kitchen remodel…”
“…Quality service, very professional group to work with…”

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How long will a Quartz countertop last?

Quartz is a human engineered stone that is designed to last more than a lifetime. It holds it’s value very well. As long as it is not scorched deep by anything more than 425-500 degrees or intentionally broken using force with something like a sledgehammer, your quartz may last forever.

Is Quartz better than laminate?

Laminate is just a piece of plastic that is put on wood and made into a countertop. The difference is enormous. Quartz is an engineered stone that is extremely hard to break, sustainable, and heat resistant up to about 425 degrees.

Are Quartz countertops a good investment?

Yes, they are almost impossible to break, impossible to stain, will last long after you are gone, and are extremely heat resistant, not to mention they just look appealing and beautiful, making quarts countertops a fantastic long-term investment.

What is the advantage of Quartz over Granite?

Quartz is easier to keep clean, and you don’t have to worry about the sealant. With granite, it has little tiny micropores that can get stained a bit easier than quartz, and granite does break a little easier than quartz; however, granite can withstand any kind of heat while quartz can only withstand about up to 425 degrees before you run the risk of it becoming scorched. Light scorch marks on quartz can be smoothed out, but heavy scorch marks on quartz will not be able to be removed.

Will Quartz go out of style?

Quartz is considered a forever product. It’s not likely to go out of style. 10, 30, 50, or even 100 years from now, your quartz countertop will most likely still look and feel the same. They are engineered to hold their value and last.