Many homeowners love the look of expensive natural stone countertops, but don’t have the budget to afford them. That’s where solid surface bathroom countertops come in handy—they’re extremely durable and can even be made to look like the material you wanted in the first place. Here is some more information to get you started.
Average solid surface countertops cost $40-$80 per square foot, depending on the type, style, and brand purchased. Get a price quote to learn more.
Solid surface materials are extremely durable, even more so than laminate because the plastic goes all the way through. They also are crack-resistant, making them stronger than stone in some cases. In addition, many solid surface countertops come with a 10-year warranty, so do your research before deciding on a brand.
One of the easiest materials to maintain, solid surface countertops should be regularly wiped down with non-abrasive household cleaner and a damp sponge. Wipe the surface dry afterwards.
Yes, scratches on a solid surface countertop can be sanded out using fine-grain sandpaper.
The idea of the solid surface countertop was brought about in 1963 by engineers from the DuPont Chemical Company. The first solid surface countertops were Corian, and were installed in 1965.
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