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Cabinets, Countertops and Tile in Surprise AZ

Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling in Surprise Arizona

Showroom cabinets countertops Stellar Kitchen and Bath

Are you looking for kitchen cabinets in Surprise, Arizona? Stellar Kitchen and Bath has a beautiful showroom located Avondale. We carry wholesale kitchen cabinets and bathroom cabinets, granite countertops, quartz countertops, tile flooring, tile shower, tub surrounds and tile backsplashes. We offer free in home estimates and design consultation. With over 15 years of experience in the industry you can be assured your kitchen or bathroom remodel will go smoothly. We not only come out and measure your kitchen or bath for design purposes, we also look for potential problems that may prevent a clean, flawless installation.

Call today or visit our showroom, conveniently located in Avondale, AZ. Check out our huge selection of kitchen cabinets near Surprise, Arizona.

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  • 60 Door Styles
  • 30 Colors
  • 8 Wood Species
  • Soft Closing Doors
  • Real Wood Doors & Ends
  • Made in Arizona
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Many Accessories Available!
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Kitchen Cabinets in Surprise, Arizona

Your kitchen is the heart of your home and is where most people gather when they come over. If you are in the process of replacing your kitchen cabinets there are several things you need to think about. First thing is color coordination, light colored cabinets will make a room feel bigger and give a fresh clean look. Usually it is a good idea to have a contrast between your tile flooring and countertops. The farther apart in palette the colors are the more pop your kitchen will have. Next decision would be what wood and door style you would like to go with. The most common door style in Surprise right now is the shaker door style in a white color. Always do a slightly off white to avoid the countertop looking yellow or grey.  After all your colors and door styles are chosen it is time to figure out the best layout for your kitchen. Think about where you are using what dishes in the kitchen and try to store them as close as possible to that area. Drawer banks are a great way to maximize space, especially with the full extension guides. Then it is time to pick your accessories. Check out these on our kitchen cabinet page, click the link here.

Granite Countertops in Surprise, AZ

When it is time to change out your countertops in Surprise, you have several options to go with. Most common choices are granite and quartz material. Granite is a natural stone is one of the hardest surfaces on earth and comes in millions of different textures and colors. Lighter colors are going to more porous and darker colors are going to be more dense. Granite countertops do require sealing which we will do upon installation. It is usually a good idea to throw an additional coat of sealer about a week after installation. We do offer a product that comes with a sealer done at the plant that is estimated to last for 15 years. If a granite is sealed properly it should not absorb anything and you should not have to worry about spills. Sealing the granite is an easy process, so do not fall for what you hear on TV. Find out more information by clicking here.

Quartz Countertops in Surprise, Arizona

Quartz countertops are becoming more and more popular in Surprise, Arizona. Quartz has been around for quite some time and quite a few people still do not know what it is. The term "Quartz Countertops" is a generic term that most people have started using for an engineered stone. Engineered stone just simply means it is man made material. Quartz is a clear rock that is the prime ingredient in engineered stone. It is a clear rock that is ground up and mixed with a resin and other items and pressed with extreme pressure to make a smooth surface. Many brands of quartz exist in the USA as well as over seas, make sure to do your homework before choosing your brand. Most quartz pricing is determined by the amount of the actual quartz rock that is used to produce it , as well as what country it was produced in. The higher the quartz content in the engineered stone the stronger the countertop will be. Read more by clicking here.

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