August 22 - 25, 2018

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Why Wilsonart® Solid Surface?

by Editor 11. July 2018 12:22

Wilsonart’s mission to create innovative, high performance surfaces people love, expands across our wide range of products. That means Solid Surface, too!

A seamless, non-porous, and renewable engineered surface, Wilsonart® Solid Surface is ideal for residential, retail, healthcare and foodservice applications; especially when used as countertops, backsplashes, statement walls, trays, shelving and more!

From luminous backlit surfaces to semi-opaque expanses, our more than seventy design choices are ever-innovating to meet current trends. This year’s collection brings an invigorating mix of classic movement and veining inspired by natural materials like stone and woodgrains, paired with an enhanced color palette of soothing greys, an inky blue and earthy brown.

More than just a pretty surface, Solid Surface is a practical investment as well. Day-to-day maintenance is a breeze since its non-porous attribute makes it stain-resistant to common spills or messes. For long-lasting durability, any scratches, chips, gouges or cracks to the original condition can be easily repaired by a Certified Wilsonart Fabricator.

With a company-owned fleet, expansive fabrication network and regional warehouses, our Solid Surface is available nationally through the best distribution network in North America, ensuring that your order can be there wherever and whenever you need it.

Our commitment to this product category doesn’t stop there. Wilsonart is investing in a new 135,000 sq. ft. Solid Surface manufacturing facility in Temple, Texas that will provide 9 million square feet of added capacity, wide sheet production and onsite development capabilities to service its valued customers.

 

Do yourself a solid and learn more about this versatile surface during the “Techniques and Time-Savers for Engineered Surfacing Products” symposium on Tuesday, August 21st.

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