Sinks are available in a variety of materials, so choose the one that best suits your needs.
Now that you’ve found the perfect countertop and sink, you’ll need to select the backsplash that will perfectly tie everything together. Backsplashes are available in a multitude of materials including glass, tile, stone and metal. You can use backsplashes as feature walls, or simply around and under your cabinets. See store for full assortment or speak to your kitchen designer about feature walls as you plan out your countertop.
Whether you’re completely gutting your kitchen or just replacing your countertops, here are a few details you should know about the measurement process.
A Home Depot Kitchen Designer will discuss the countertop surfaces, edges, backsplashes and additional options.
You will need to provide basic measurements for an initial quote, which is an estimate of the projected price of your countertop project.
The Home Depot Designer will then create a measure request. Once paid for, an Authorized Service Provider will contact you to schedule it. The term "measure" is used to describe the template, which the Authorized Service Provider creates on-site at your home.
A final price is quoted after an in-home measure has been completed.