Solid Wood Countertops

1BENMU ✔️ Wood Countertops Toronto & GTA

Solid Wood Countertops & Butcher Blocks

They’re a huge trend toward the natural aesthetic in home design and a huge increase in interest in solid wood countertops in Toronto. Hardwood Countertops are a very popular choice that will enhance the appearance of your kitchen.

1BENMU and our experienced countertop makers in Toronto will guide you through a rich selection of wood types. Whether you want to remodel your kitchen with a wood island countertop or you are working on a new millwork project, give us a call.

Quality Wood Kitchen Countertops

We only use the Highest Grade and Highest Quality Hardwood. We work with various types of hardwood, such as Walnut, Hickory, Wormy Maple, and Oak. Our wood kitchen countertops are made with kiln-dry lumber that comes in a typical thickness of 1-1/2 inches. To complete the look we finish the kitchen countertop with either a water-based polyurethane or oil-rub finish. Finally, we provide an edge treatment to achieve a wide variety of looks.

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Benefits of a solid wood countertop

There are several benefits to using a solid wood countertop in your kitchen or bathroom. Some of these include:

  1. Durability: Solid wood is a strong and durable material that can withstand heavy use and resist scratches and dings.
  2. Warmth: Wood adds a warm, natural feel to a space, making it a great choice for creating a cozy and inviting atmosphere.
  3. Beauty: Solid wood countertops come in a variety of different woods, each with its own unique grain pattern and coloration. This means that you can choose a countertop that complements the aesthetic of your space.
  4. Versatility: Solid wood countertops can be customized to fit any size or shape, making them a great option for kitchens and bathrooms with unusual layouts.
  5. Low maintenance: Solid wood countertops are relatively low maintenance, and only require occasional oiling or sealing to keep them looking their best.
  6. Environmentally friendly: Wood is a natural, renewable resource, making solid wood countertops an environmentally friendly option.

 

Installation Process

The installation process for a solid wood countertop can vary depending on the specific product and the location of the installation. However, in general, the process typically involves the following steps:

  1. Measure and template: Our professional will come to your home to take precise measurements and create a template for the countertop area. This will ensure that the countertop fits perfectly and that any necessary cuts or adjustments are made before installation.
  2. Fabrication: The template will be used to cut and shape the solid wood countertop pieces to the correct size and shape. The pieces will be sanded, finished, and sealed to protect them from moisture and stains.
  3. Delivery and installation: The finished countertop will be delivered to your home and installed by our professional. This typically involves attaching the countertop to the base cabinets or creating a support system for the countertop.
  4. Sealing and finishing: Once the countertop is installed, it will be sealed and finished to protect the wood and enhance its natural beauty. This process may need to be repeated every few years to maintain the countertop.
  5. Inspection and cleaning: After the installation is completed, the installer will do a final inspection and show you how to properly clean and maintain the countertop.

It is important to note that solid wood countertops are relatively heavy and require a sturdy base for installation, so it is best to have a professional install the countertop for you.

 

Order your Solid Wood Countertop Today!

All our pieces are custom-made and tailored to your needs. When it comes to countertops, we always make sure that the users’ experience is just as flawless as the quality of the piece.

If you have questions about our products, please let us know. At 1BENMU we provide exceptional customer service we’d want to experience ourselves.

Get in Touch and let’s talk about your dream solid wood countertop.