Our wood countertops and solid wood surfaces are crafted from a virtual forest of wood choices and an array of edge profiles, and design options. Our butcher block countertops are sealed with food safe oil finish and perfect for an aesthetic and functional food preparation surface. Grothouse wood bar tops are used in commercial and residential bars throughout the United States. Our exclusive Durata® Finish assures a protective waterproof surface. All items are custom made in the USA by our master craftsmen. Explore our website and learn more about our wood countertops.
The prices vary greatly based on size, wood choice and options. Please feel free to request a quote for your particular piece. All requests are responded to within 24 hours.
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There are so many wood choices, and there really is no one wood that is best for countertops. Walnut wood countertops are popular. And Wenge is an excellent choice for clients desiring a darker toned wood countertop.
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Looking for some inspiration? Visit our image library for images of installed wood tops.
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Paul Grothouse created Durata, it is chemical resistant, leaves no water rings and is preferred for use with wood countertops with sinks. Durata is maintenance free and requires no ongoing applications or special cleaners.
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Our countertop green options include bamboo countertops and a variety of FSC certified products. Our live edge wood counter tops can be crafted from a variety of wood species, and we do stock live edge Black Walnut boards. Our reclaimed countertops are crafted using reclaimed wood from dismantled 18th and 19th century Pennsylvania Barns and homes.
We are constantly innovating and creating new items and options for creating signature custom pieces. Options like engraving, carved bowls, and custom stain matching are just a few of the features that can be incorporated into your solid wood surface. Visit our wood countertops section of available options to design one of a kind wood counters.
Grothouse butcher blocks and surfaces grace some of the finest homes, commercial bars and restaurants in the nation. We ship worldwide in 2 to 3 weeks (10-15 business days) and our tops arrive with a comprehensive lifetime warranty.
The Grothouse name derives from Grothaus a German: topographic name for someone who lived in or by a great home, grot(h) ‘great’ + Haus ‘house’. Our company is founded on the principle of hand crafting heirloom items that elevate your house into a great home.
If you wish to learn more about our made in USA wood countertops and butcher block countertops, call us at 877-268-5412 or request a quote online. You can purchase with the confidence of knowing we will be here should you require any additional support. We are experts in the wood countertops industry.
Posted March 5, 2014
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Grothouse offers a one hour NKBA CEU certified course entitled “Intro to Wood Countertops”.
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Grothouse is always seeking talented individuals to join our team. Employment opportunities are available in both our office and in our work shop.
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Posted February 26, 2014
Grothouse is thrilled to announce the appointment of David Hagerty to the position of Director of Sales. Learn More About David »
Posted January 29, 2014
KBIS is an inspiring, interactive platform that showcases the latest products, trends and technologies in the industry. Learn More About KBIS 2014 »
Posted January 8, 2014
Please join us in welcoming Steve to the Grothouse team. Learn More About Steve »
Posted October 25, 2013
Grothouse is honored to announce that our wood countertops are included in the design for the current This Old House® Arlington Project. Learn More About This Project »
Posted October 4, 2013
Please join us in welcoming John to the Grothouse Production Team. Learn More About John »
Posted September 11, 2013
Congratulations to Griffey Remodeling for winning the “Best Whole House Renovation” for the 2013 NARI Showcase of Remodeled Homes in the Central Ohio Chapter. Learn More About This Walnut Counter »