When it comes to innovation in kitchen countertop design, UltraGlas, Inc. might just take the cake. They offer a wide selection of glass countertops in every size, shape, color, and pattern you could imagine. Here is some more information about this very unique countertop-maker.
UltraGlas, Inc. does not provide price quotes to individual consumers; they must be requested by a licensed contractor or architect. You can find contact information to speak to UltraGlas directly here, or just get in touch with a local contractor to learn more.
Glass may seem like a fragile countertop material choice, but the “kiln-forming” process that UltraGlass is made with makes it surprisingly durable—much more so than decorative glass. It also has the advantage of being non-porous, non-absorbent and non-abrasive.
With the ability to hide fingerprints, dust, and dirt better than flat or etched glass, UltraGlass is extremely easy to maintain. Your countertops should simply be cleaned with non-abrasive household glass cleaner.
While glass kitchen countertops are the UltraGlas specialty, they also offer some fantastically unique features in flooring, stairs, balustrades, light fixtures, bar tops, shower enclosures and artwork—all made with an artistic flair. In addition, the company offers a whole catalog of colors, textures, and patterns.
Yes, they are striving to become as environmentally responsible as a business can be. UltraGlas currently use some recycled glass in their production, reuse and recycles packaging materials, and has met or exceeded all air and environmental standards set forth by the city of Los Angeles and the state of California.
After establishing Skeeter Studios in 1970, Jane Skeeter traveled to Europe in the mid 1980s to look into the latest glass technology. What she discovered led to her invention of UltraGlas, which has since become a popular material choice for homes, as well as an artistic masterpiece in its own right.
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