What is Solid Surface or Composite Stone Material?
In case you’re not too familiar with the terminology, a solid surface material is man-made and generally consists of a combination of acrylic, bauxite, marble dust, polyester or epoxy pigments and/or resins. The most frequent use for a solid surface material is seamless countertop installations. DuPont first introduced this material in 1967 and called it Corian. The solid surface material of today is both low-maintenance and non-porous with the innate ability for mimicking the sleek look of marble, granite, or stone. When using a solid surface material for countertops, trained craftsmen can join slabs of the product almost invisibly. That makes this material the perfect design choice for any busy lifestyle and it offers unequalled performance as well. You honestly can’t get more solidity and performance out of any other kind of countertop material on today’s market