Family-owned and operated, Countertop Concepts has been providing custom quartz and granite countertops in El Dorado, KS, and the surrounding area since 2010. Make an informed decision on the stone or cabinets that suit your lifestyle and needs. It’s not an expense; it’s an investment.
#1 Quartz & Granite Countertops in El Dorado, KS
We specialize in the design, fabrication, and installation of natural stones such as granite, quartz, and quartzite.
Countertop Concepts is known for first-class craftsmanship, receiving the 2018 Readers Choice award from the Wichita Eagle as the “Best Granite and Marble Company” in the Wichita metropolitan area. Our business is built around the belief that quality is more important than quantity.
- Family Owned
- 12+ Years in Business
- Quality Over Quantity
- Fast Turnaround Times
Quartz & Granite Countertops for El Dorado, KS | Questions? Call (316) 440-7415
Is Granite Still In Style 2022?
Yes, it is. Here at Countertop Concept, as a ratio of quartz countertops to granite, we probably do about 7 out of 10 jobs that are quartz.
Is Quartz Better Than Granite?
It’s really personal opinion. You are not going to get the true look of natural stone in quartz, but you will in granite.
What Is The Downside Of Quartz Countertops?
There really isn’t one. The heat is the only thing that can affect it. You can get away with a cookie sheet, but if you put a hot pan down, it may discolor the quartz and damage or discolor the polymer resin.
Can You Steam Clean Quartz Countertops?
Steam cleaning a quartz countertop will never damage it. Quartz countertops are built to withstand temperatures touching their surface up to 425 degrees.
Will Quartz Go Out Of Style?
Quartz is considered a forever product. It’s not likely to go out of style. 10, 30, 50, or even 100 years from now, your quartz countertop will most likely still look and feel the same. They are engineered to hold their value and last.
We’re located near Wichita, On the outskirts of Derby, KS. But we provide delivery and installation of quartz and granite countertops to almost everywhere in the area, including El Dorado.
We Also Do Custom Kitchen Cabinets
- Best-in-class semi-custom cabinets (many styles & finishes)
- More Traditional
- Made in the USA
- Frameless construction
- Modern themes
- Made in the USA
- More affordable
- Still semi-custom
- Still made in the USA
About El Dorado, KS
El Dorado is city and county seat of Butler County, Kansas, United States. It is situated along the Walnut River in the central part of Butler County and located in south-central Kansas. It is home to Butler Community College.
In 1877, the Florence, El Dorado, and Walnut Valley Railroad Company built a branch line from Florence to El Dorado; in 1881 it was extended to Douglass, and later to Arkansas City. The line was leased and operated by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. The line from Florence to El Dorado was abandoned in 1942. The original branch line connected Florence, Burns, De Graff, El Dorado, Augusta, Douglass, Rock, Akron, Winfield, and Arkansas City.
In 1915, the El Dorado Oil Field was the first oil field that was found using science/geologic mapping, and part of the Mid-Continent oil province. By 1918, the El Dorado Oil Field was the largest single field producer in the United States, and was responsible for 12.8% of national oil production and 9% of the world production. It was deemed by some as “the oil field that won World War I”.
On June 10, 1958, a tornado hit El Dorado and killed 13 people. In 2008, the city built a memorial at Graham Park in remembrance of the dead.