If you’re looking to upgrade or remodel your kitchen space, it can be difficult to figure out what to do with your old countertops. You can probably have these surfaces evaluated so you can accurately gauge their current condition and quality. If they get a good assessment, you can opt to sell them albeit at a lower price than how much you originally bought them for.
However, if you’re the type that has difficulty parting with their old belongings, you can have them built into something else such as a table, flooring, shelf, or decorative piece. This way, you can make room for your new countertops while still being able to preserve your old ones in an interesting and less obstructive way.
On the other hand, you should definitely consider giving them to a fabricator if you simply want to get rid of your old countertops. These services can reuse and repurpose your countertops to create new ones. You can also donate them to a charity or organization that will find a good use for the material. It would be a bigger waste to just throw your countertops away and have them end up in landfills if it’s possible for them to be recycled and utilized in other ways.