A butcher block top can add natural style, warmth, and freshness to your kitchen, not to mention it is much less expensive than its alternatives. While granite and steel counters have their benefits and appeal, a wood butcher block top beyond its astounding aesthetic value is easy to maintain and extremely durable. Moreover, butcher block top counters are extremely practical for preparing food. For these reasons, many choose to install butcher block counters in their home.
Construction of Butcher block tops is one among several top of the line products and services that we offer at St. Charles Hardwoods. We can custom make butcher block tops in any size and to any specifications. To learn more about choosing and installing butcher block top counters in your home or to place an order for butcher block countertops, contact us or visit our St. Louis area stores today.
At St. Charles Hardwoods, there is no question that you can find your ideal butcher block top. With a huge range of hardwoods to choose from and a team of friendly professional woodwork specialists, we can provide you with the perfect butcher block top for your home.
However, installing butcher block tops can be an arduous task if you are an amateur with limited experience. If you are planning on taking the do-it-yourself approach and installing butcher block top counters from St. Charles Hardwoods in your home, you should consider the factors below:
While installing a butcher block top is no easy job, neither is designing one. Choosing the kind of wood, the kind of grain structure, and the size of a butcher block top takes careful thought and planning. The butcher-block tops must be large enough that they can be used effectively in preparing food, they must be able to integrate features like a sink into the top if required, the grain structure must accommodate for knife-work if required, and the color and tone must compliment the rest of your kitchen as well.
St. Charles Hardwoods offers specialist advice and services with regard to butcher block tops. We can create a butcher block top perfectly customized to meet your standards and requirements. We offer butcher block tops made in hard maple, cherry, red oak, walnut, pecan, and several other kinds of wood. Additionally, we can integrate edge-grain or end-grain patterns into your butcher block tops.
To design the right butcher block top counters for your home, contact the professionals at St. Charles Hardwoods today!