Archive for Category: Commercial Countertops

How to install quartz counterops
03.03.2021 | Sydney Cross

How to Install Quartz Countertops

Quartz countertops are a popular option among many commercial projects like offices suites and breakrooms designs and among industrial designers and builders, since these part-natural, part-artificial countertops can be made to mimic virtually any natural stone, are highly durable, and are easier to cut, shape, and handle than natural materials like granite. Quartz countertops are

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How ro clean quartz countertops
02.25.2021 | Sydney Cross

Quartz Countertops: Maintenance and Care

Quartz countertops are an alternative to natural stone, offering superior durability against cracks and pits with the same incredible tensile strength and resistance to moisture and stains. Quartz countertops are favored by designers in various commercial industries since quartz can easily withstand extended use, regular cleaning, and exposure to moderate heat, moisture, and most household/commercial

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differnece between quartz and solid surface
01.27.2021 | Sydney Cross

Solid Surface vs Quartz: What’s the Difference?

Natural stone countertop materials like granite are a popular option among businesses looking to add a touch of aesthetic beauty to their storefronts and facilities, but considering the cost, maintenance requirements, and a tendency to harbor bacteria in small cracks and crevices, granite is not the best choice for most commercial or industrial needs. Solid

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how to install solid surface countertops
01.22.2021 | Sydney Cross

How To Install Solid Surface Countertops

Solid surface is one of the most popular countertop materials thanks to its extreme durability, easy to clean poreless surface, and affordable versatility. Solid surface countertops are also fairly easy to install, even if you have little previous experience with countertop installation. Unlike many other countertop materials, cutting and carving solid surface is relatively easy,

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how to care for solid surface countertops
01.19.2021 | Sydney Cross

Maintenance & Care of Solid Surface

Solid surface is a synthetic material made from a mixture of resin and fillers to create a super hard, highly durable product for use as countertops, cabinet fronts, benchtops, and more. First poured as a liquid, solid surface is chemically cured to tightly bond the material, resulting in a completely smooth, non-porous surface devoid of

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what is solid surface
01.15.2021 | Sydney Cross

What is Solid Surface?

If you have spent any time searching for countertops for a building or design project, you have most certainly come across the term ‘solid surface’ and seen tons of furniture options featuring this material. But what is solid surface, and is it a good choice for your specific needs?  Solid surface is a super popular

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maple block table tops
12.16.2020 | Sydney Cross

Maple Block Tops: What to Know Before You Buy

Not many items commonly found in labs and industrial settings are considered ‘beautiful’, but maple block countertops can add that special touch that will warm any interior while providing a durable work surface that can last for years. While maple block may be an attractive option as a lab countertop, it isn’t appropriate in every

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Pros and Cons of Maple Block
12.04.2020 | Sydney Cross

The Pros and Cons of Maple Block Countertops

When it comes to commercial countertops, there are many popular options: formica, composites, stone or slate, for example. Wood is one of the most elegant, earthy, and practical. For businesses that need to consider appearance as well as functionality, butcher block countertops may be the answer, specifically maple block countertops. Here is what you should

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How to install maple block countertops
12.04.2020 | Sydney Cross

How to Install Maple Block Countertops

Because they are affordable, customizable, easy to clean, and long-lasting, butcher block countertops are becoming more and more popular. Butcher’s block is a style of assembled wood (often hard maple, teak, birch, or walnut) that is used as heavy-duty chopping blocks, tabletops, and cutting boards. Originally used primarily in butcher shops and meat processing plants,

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