Corian Countertops

Versatile, Rugged and Waterproof Countertops

Corian countertops

Corian is a trademarked solid surface made by DuPont and sold all over the world. It is a very versatile, rugged and completely waterproof surface that is used not only for kitchen countertops, but is also widely used for bathroom countertops, lighting designs and even furniture.

Because of its solid construction, Corian can be manipulated in almost any way. It can be cut, drilled, bent and sculpted in countless ways, allowing particularly imaginative design ideas to be realized. Corian’s range also has in excess of 100 colors, so the chances are you’ll find the exact color and tone to match your kitchen.

Countertops made of Corian are non-porous, which means they are easy to clean with soapy water or ammonia-based solutions. Corian’s non-porous nature also means it is highly sanitary, as bacteria cannot seep into the surface.

As with other man-made solid countertop surfaces, like Formica, Corian can be damaged by hot pots and pans that are placed directly on it. Therefore heat pads or trivets with rubber feet are always recommended for hot instruments. If a Corian countertop is damaged it can usually be resurfaced or repaired without too much effort or expense.

Corian countertops can easily integrate other materials such as granite, tile or copper to create a unique look. This expands the possible options for your kitchen countertop, so your creativity can know no bounds.

Corian Countertops are Competitively Priced

Because it is manufactured and shipped in sheets, Corian is competitively priced. And since it is installed by a DuPont certified tradesman you can be sure that the installation will be a complete success.

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