Solid Surface countertops serve up seamless, non-porous and hygienic performance ideal for retail, healthcare and foodservice interiors. As a renewable and repairable surface, you can relish in the ease of day-to-day maintenance and long-lasting durability. Blending natural elements with creative flair and current colors are one-of-a-kind looks available on the market today. 

Manufactured under names like Corian, Wilsonart, Staron, Swanstone, and Formica, solid surface countertops are tough, hard-working surfaces. They're available in dozens of colors and patterns that mimic the look of stone.

Solid surface countertop also eliminate much of the hassle of upkeep. They're easy to repair, resist stains and scratches, and require little to no maintenance.


Perhaps the most endearing quality of solid-surface countertops is the fact that the material can be cut, carved, cast and formed—without any visible seams—to the shape of your choice. This means homeowners can integrate design features like a sink or backsplash while at the same time eliminating those tiny but pesky gaps (where the counter meets the sink or the wall). This means water, crumbs, and bacteria won't have a place to hide on them.

While solid-surface materials mimic the look of stone, thanks to the fact that includes mineral dust, no one is likely to mistake it for solid granite countertops. For many people, the look of slab granite for countertop simply can't be duplicated or beat. Solid surface looks best in a contemporary kitchen/bathroom especially if you use a shade of white. Clean with liquid detergent and water. You can buff out stains with a scouring pad and abrasive cleanser.




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