Solid Surface Tops

Solid Surface Tops

Maintaining Solid Surface Countertops
No regular maintenance is required for solid surface countertops. Should the material become scratched or broken, a solid surface can, in most cases, be repaired quickly by a certified solid surface repair company, trained fabricator, or you can try to remedy the problem. Because the surface is solid throughout, a countertop that has undergone years of wear and tear can be refinished.

How Solid Surface Countertops Are Made
Most of these surfaces are constructed of acrylic, marble dust, bauxite, epoxy, or polyester resins, and pigment. Sometimes actually called "synthetic stone," solid surface countertops are a popular, in many cases, lower-cost choice in new home construction and remodeling.

Solid surface countertops are sold under various brand names including Corian, Dekton, Avonite, and Silestone, providing a pleasing option for strength and looks while also durable and easy to clean.

When the product first came out on the market in 1967 as Corian, solid surface countertops were not as natural looking, but great advances have been made in their looks to make these surfaces mimic real stone. Now, these countertops can be just as expensive, if not more expensive, than their real stone counterparts.

Solid surface countertops come in a huge variety of colors, making it easy for homeowners to find styles they like, ranging from solid colors to sparkling, marbleized, or a granite effect. They can come in a variety of finishes, ranging from matte to high-gloss, although most manufacturers recommend a matte or satin finish for ease of maintenance.







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