House Materials Known for Their Durability

If you are taking the time and effort to have your home renovated, you want to make sure the results are long-lasting. At Country Club Homes, we emphasize using the most durable materials. Here is a look at four materials that we love using in our projects because they stay looking great for decades with minimal wear and tear.

Stone Tile

Traditional tile is so versatile. We have used in in bathrooms, kitchens, counter tops, floors, and even roofs. You can choose from any color or pattern, and the results stay looking as good as new for decades.

Stoned Tile Kitchen

Stone Tile via Houzz

A hardwood floor may need sanding and refinishing after a few years of wear, but with this care it keeps its natural beauty for an incredible length of time.
Hardwood Floors
Hardwood Floors via Houzz

More durable than aluminum or vinyl, copper gutters and pipes add character to a space and they also last a lifetime.

Traditional Porch by Point Pleasant Beach Architects & Building Designers Richard Bubnowski Design LLC

We love using masonry in new constructions and on additions. It provides a natural look and won't break down.
Masonry Fireplace
Masonry Fireplace by Country Club Homes
For help integrating these materials in your new home, contact Country Club Homes. We design new homes and help you make wonderful changes to upgrade existing spaces, too.  Call us at 203-762-0550 or visit us at