A reputable countertop shop can be hard to find. You worry about inferior products or not being able to reach your contractor. You won’t have any of those worries when you use Maryland Wood Countertops for your next wood project.
What to Look for in a Countertop Shop
A vendor selling countertops is not the same as a woodworking business devoted to building quality, unique countertops. A vendor often has the same product for sale in massive quantities and is usually made overseas. At Maryland Wood Countertops, the only “imported goods” we sell are custom furnishings built from exotic African and Central American hardwoods.
When you’re planning to spend the money for custom countertops, you should be sure you’re working with an established business. A reputable countertop shop should have an extensive online portfolio for people to see. You’ll be able to see what our woodworkers have done in the past. You can even call us and arrange a visit. You’ll be able to see our wood inventory and watch our craftspeople at work.
We Believe in Open and Honest Communication with Our Customers
Many clients are concerned about losing communication with a countertop shop after paying and construction begins. That won’t happen when you work with us.
Our client relationships begin with the first phone call, email or online inquiry. While you can get request an online quote, we encourage all of our customers to speak with one of our professionals first. That way we can get an idea for the project scope.
Our consultation process helps us give you an informed quote. It also helps us ensure that what you want will work. If your plans need tweaking to be workable, we’ll tell you and work with you.
Finally, you’ll always be able to reach us. We return phone calls and emails on the next business day.
After Completing the Job
You may need advice or assistance after your countertops are installed. We’re always available to our clients who have questions or concerns. Are you unsure if a cleaner is safe for your countertops, or did you spill nail polish remover on your island? We’re always here to help.