Resin countertops are more durable than plastic laminate kitchen countertops and more affordable than natural stone countertops. And, epoxy resin creates a solid surface with many of the beneficial features you expect from natural stone countertops, like granite and quartzite. And, stone resin surfaces are manufactured to custom lengths for a seamless custom fit in your kitchen or bathroom.
Resin countertops offer a beautiful, durable, and affordable alternative to traditional stone countertops, like granite, marble, or quartz. Stone resin cures from polyester, epoxy, acrylic, or other synthetics to form a water-proof and heat-resistant solid surface of manufactured stone. Each countertop is custom manufactured to size and offers near-infinite colors from which to choose.
Unlike natural stone or laminate countertops, the surface is made to size for each kitchen or space. Since the manufacturing process begins in liquid form, it is easy to customize the color with dye. And, the finished product takes on the aesthetic of natural stone due to the inclusion of quartz or marble dust in the resin.
WHAT IS RESIN STONE
Stone resin goes by many names, like solid surface, manufactured stone, epoxy resin – and others. It comprises natural stone dust from quartz or marble, epoxy, acrylic resin, bauxite, and pigments or dyes to add color. Stone resin looks like natural stone but can be manufactured to form any shape, like bathtubs, basins, and other unusual shapes.
The price of resin countertops is superior to that of natural stone. But, the other major benefit is the equivalency in the attributes of stone resin. Like granite countertops, the resin is resistant to water, features heat-resistant characteristics, and is extremely durable.
Manufactured stone resin surfaces were first implemented in laboratory settings, because of their resistance to scratches, dents, and impact damage. The resin surface, unlike other surfaces, is not altered in appearance by exposure to ultraviolet rays, and the non-porous surface is ideal for easy sanitizing and disinfecting.
It is no wonder that stone resin made its way to restaurant kitchens, and eventually private homes. Stone resin is great for kitchens, because the surface withstands damage from stains and natural agitates, like grape juice, lemon juice, or bleach. And the non-porous surface of the stone resin is resistant to bacteria and fungus that hide in tiny crevices of natural stone.
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