Family-owned and operated, Countertop Concepts has been providing custom quartz and granite countertops in Kingman, KS, and the surrounding area since 2010. Make an informed decision on the stone or cabinets that suit your lifestyle and needs. It’s not an expense; it’s an investment.
#1 Quartz & Granite Countertops in Kingman, KS
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.
- Family Owned
- 12+ Years in Business
- Quality Over Quantity
- Fast Turnaround Times
Kitchen Cabinets & Countertops for Kingman, KS | Questions? Call (316) 440-7415
How Long Will a Quartz Countertop Last?
Quartz is a human-engineered stone that is designed to last more than a lifetime. It holds its 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.
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.
How Hard Is It To Install Cabinets?
Figuring out how to install kitchen cabinets is not too hard. The longest and hardest part of it is figuring out where they need to be screwed into the wall. Generally, you always want to have help for safety reasons. If you miss a stud and the cabinet falls, it can be dangerous and might pull the sheet rock from the wall down with it. You will want a stud finder because if you accidently miss a stud, you should be prepared to catch your cabinets as they fall. You can find a stud finder for about $10 for a generic brand from Walmart or a nice brand such as Franklin.
How Long Does It Take To Install Cabinets?
If you are using a carpenter, depending on the size of the kitchen, a cabinet installation usually takes about 1-2 working days. If you are doing it yourself without any prior knowledge of carpentry, it might take around 4–7 days. Carpenters will have previous knowledge of what they need to be doing and all the necessary tools to do the job. You will want a stud finder because if you accidently miss a stud, you should be prepared to catch your cabinets as they fall. You can find a stud finder for about $10 for a generic brand from Walmart or a nice brand such as Franklin.
Why Are Kitchen Cabinets So Expensive?
Wood is expensive. The wood species usually determines the price of the cabinets. There are some species that are more standard, such as Maple, Poplar, Hickory, and Red Oak; and there are some that are more expensive, such as Alder, White Oak, and Walnut. There is also cherry wood, but if you ever need to replace a cherry wood door on a cabinet, you might end up with a different color because cherry wood, though nice and luxurious, changes color over time.
We’re located near Wichita, On the outskirts of Derby, KS. But we provide delivery and installation of quartz and granite countertops to almost everywhere in the area, including Kingman.
We Also Do Custom Kitchen Cabinets
- Best-in-class semi-custom cabinets (many styles & finishes)
- More Traditional
- Made in the USA
- Frameless construction
- Modern themes
- Made in the USA
- More affordable
- Still semi-custom
- Still made in the USA
About Kingman, KS
Kingman is a city in and the county seat of Kingman County, Kansas, United States. Kingman was laid out in 1874. Like Kingman County, it was named for Samuel A. Kingman, chief justice of the supreme court.