Having your friends over by the bar is always great for building long lasting memories. Whether it's to chat over some old times or plan new ones, the bar is a great addition to any home and adds an atmosphere like no other.
Where can I get one of these awesome bars?!
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We are the premier wholesale kitchen bar installation company in Chicago and its surrounding suburbs. With over 30 years of experience on our side, we have worked with bars of all styles and materials. 
We'll help make the bar of your dreams so that you can start building more unforgettable memories.
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*** A variety of materials to choose from!


Stone is seen as one of the more elegant and high-end materials available to use for bars. Not only is it aesthetically-pleasing, it is exceptionally durable as well. There are a number of different types of stone to choose from, such as marble, granite, soapstone, and much more.


Laminate is an excellent material to use if you’re looking for a unique aesthetic at a budget price. Capable of looking like wood, stone, and other materials, its aesthetic selection is seemingly endless. While it’s not as durable as more high-end materials, it will still offer fantastic performance over years of consistent use.


Wood is a perfect material to use if you’re looking for a more traditional bar aesthetic in your kitchen. However, you should be warned that wood requires a great deal of maintenance in order to thrive. Regular staining will be needed.


If you want a truly unique aesthetic in your kitchen, you can find it with ceramic. Ceramic bar tops can be made with a number of different designs and colors. The trouble with ceramic is that it’s not the most durable material. It becomes prone to cracking and splitting over time.


If you’re an avid cook, you might be interested in installing stainless steel countertops and bars. Stainless steel is not only easy to cook on, it’s easy to clean and maintain as well. The only true downside of stainless steel is that it can be a little loud.