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Kitchen & Bathroom Countertops

When it comes to finding beautiful new countertops to complete your space, there are a range of factors to consider. From performance and aesthetics to cost and maintenance requirements, it’s important to find a product that fits your lifestyle, taste, and budget. You want an affordable countertop that’s stylish, durable, and requires the right level of care for your busy schedule. At Akels Carpet One Floor & Home in Arkansas, we have a wide array of gorgeous countertops, and our local experts can help you find the right choice for your next installation project. We’ll show you which countertop materials fit the needs of your space and your design vision.Visit one of our showroom locations in Sherwood or Little Rock to view our selection and chat with us in person. We’re your local source for top-quality kitchen and bathroom products at an affordable price.

What are the Different Types of Countertops?

There are a variety of countertop types available on the market. Each is defined by the material used to create them. We carry premium countertop materials, including marble, solid surfacing, granite, and quartz. They all have different attributes and care requirements. For instance, quartz countertops are non-porous and naturally stain-resistant, but granite countertops typically require stain treatments at regular intervals throughout their lifetime to stay looking beautiful. Our experienced team can guide you through the pros and cons of each of the types of countertops. You can also learn more by browsing through a few of our options below or contact us today to get started.


Quartz countertops are actually manmade and engineered using a mixture of ground quartz with resins, pigments, and polymers. The result is a super durable, heat, stain, and abrasion-resistant countertop that’s easy to clean and requires minimal care.


Granite countertops are made from slabs of natural granite that each have unique compositions and appearances. This also means that they have inherent imperfections that can cause susceptibility to staining and damage, so many granite countertops require regular resealing to stay looking and functioning beautifully.


Like granite, marble countertops feature beautiful natural variations to create a truly unique addition to your space. They also are naturally porous and susceptible to staining if not regularly sealed and properly cared for.