Butcher Block Countertops

Butcher block has a classic appeal and always looks fresh. It's especially fitting for , country and cottage-style kitchens.

Pros: Many homeowners like butcher block's warm, natural appearance and variegated wood tones. Although knives scratch it, many people like the shopworn look it develops — after all, it's what chopping blocks have been made of for years. But you can also sand scratches down with ease.

Cons: Wood swells and contracts with moisture exposure, and butcher block is no exception. It harbors bacteria and needs frequent disinfecting. Oiling is a must to fill in scratches and protect the surface.

Cost: $35 to $70 per square foot, installed.

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    508-737-7609
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    vhatt@capecod.net
  • Address:
    465 Brackett Road
    North Eastham Ma.