Re: Horrible Kitchen Counter Question
If the countertops are in generally good condition, I would leave them alone, regardless of them matching the floor. Everyone's tastes are different, just because you don't like the counters doesn't mean that anyone else is even going to pay the slightest bit of attention to them.
IF the counters become an issue during a sale, all you have to do is make an allowance for them as part of the terms of sale, such as reducing the price of the home by replacement value, or stipulating that the counters will be changed prior to the new owner taking possession.
It is far easier to make an allowance than it is to have to change the tops unnecessarily. Let them be the headache of the next owner. As I said earlier, everyone has their own tastes, and maybe the new owner won't like what YOU change the tops to. Just food for thought.
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