SERVICES

Here’s what the Crew can do

Now certified to repair Corian® surfaces, we’ve got your countertop maintenance covered. Whether it’s a few scratches, chips, cracks, or just a dull surface, our Crew will resurface your kitchen and bathroom countertops. We repair the damaged area then polish, re-caulk, and seal your countertops, essentially refinishing the entire surface. We don’t leave out the sinks either! Counter Crew also repairs, polishes, and removes scratches from stainless steel sinks and appliances. The result is not only sparkling countertops and a beautiful kitchen or bathroom, but also long lasting, durable finishes that are easy to maintain.

We specialize in the following surfaces:

Call 1-866-253-3540 to speak with a friendly Crew member and receive a free estimate.

The cost will surprise you

Countertops are expensive.  Thankfully, restoring them no longer is.  Counter Crew restoration base packages cover up to 60 square feet of countertop area (average kitchen size) and includes two chip repairs for granite, marble, quartz, and engineered stone surfaces.

Natural Stone & Engineered Quartz

Stainless Steel

SERVICES:

  • Clean & Polish
  • Seal
  • Chip Repair
  • Scratch Repair
  • Stain Removal
  • Seam Repair
  • Sink Polish
  • Caulk and Silicone Removal & Reapplication
  • Sink Mount
  • Dishwasher Mount
  • Crack Repair

NON-SERVICES:

  • Seam Breaking/Popping
  • Removal of Countertops
  • Countertop Installation

SERVICES:

  • Clean & Polish
  • Scratch Removal

NON-SERVICES:

  • Dent Removal

Not sure how your countertops measure up?

Calculating your countertop space is easy. Simply measure the length (in inches), multiply it by the width (also in inches) and divide that number by 144. Be sure to measure each section of your countertop separately, then add all sections together to determine your full square footage. You can also use our handy square footage calculator below!

Try our square footage calculator to help figure out your counter’s size.

Be sure to measure each section of your countertop separately and add all sections together to determine your full square footage.

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