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Custom Wood Surfaces & Colors

The warmth and character that custom wood countertops bring to a space is hard to beat. These naturally beautiful surfaces provide a welcoming and warm atmosphere with textural designs and a furniture-like finish to your area. The variety of woods available at TCF is impressive; our inventory includes butcher blocks, salvaged wood, exotic species, and others with many different stains.

Stop by either our Chicagoland area showroom or our Tucson location to learn more about our wood countertop offerings!


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) - Custom Wood Countertops

What are custom wood countertops?

Custom wood countertops are bespoke countertop surfaces crafted from wood to meet the unique requirements and preferences of individual customers. They are designed and built to fit specific dimensions and style preferences.

What types of wood are commonly used for custom wood countertops?

A variety of wood species can be used for custom wood countertops, including maple, oak, walnut, cherry, and more. Each wood species has its own appearance, grain pattern, and characteristics, allowing for a wide range of design options.

Are custom wood countertops durable enough for daily use?

Yes, when properly cared for, custom wood countertops are durable and can withstand daily use in kitchens and other spaces. Regular maintenance, such as sealing and avoiding excessive moisture, helps prolong their lifespan.

How do I maintain and clean custom wood countertops?

To maintain custom wood countertops, wipe spills promptly, clean with a damp cloth and mild soap, and regularly apply a food-safe mineral oil or beeswax finish to keep the wood hydrated and protected. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals.

Can custom wood countertops handle heat?

Wood countertops are susceptible to heat damage, so it’s important to use trivets or hot pads when placing hot pots and pans on them to prevent scorching or burns. Avoid prolonged exposure to high heat.

Laminate countertops are a popular type of countertop surface made from layers of paper or fabric impregnated with resin and bonded to a core material, typically particleboard or plywood. They are known for their affordability and wide range of design options.

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