Laminate has seen great innovation over the last two years and continues to redefine its position in the market.
Laminate closely imitates the look of natural stone by taking hi-definition pictures of real stones and incorporating them into their design. Laminate countertops resist stains, are impact resistant, and withstand abrasive pads nicely. These countertops are a great option for tighter budgets.
HEAT & BURN RESISTANCE
KBR offers laminate from Formica, Wilsonart, and Hartson and Kennedy. We’ve been building laminate countertops for over 40 years and have a superior understanding of the possibilities of this product. Our showroom exemplifies some of the cool ideas you can do with Laminate outside of countertops. Check out our coffee side table in a leather style finish in the gallery section.
Laminate countertops area a tried and true product for countertops. They are a plastic-coated synthetic that provides a smooth surface that is easy to clean. Furthermore, they come in 1000’s of color options and can save significant money over other countertop products.
Recently, KBR has been asked to make some one-of-a-kind furniture style pieces of out laminate. Check out our laminate side table that has caught the eye of some of our trendier designers.
Everyday cleaning should be done with warm soapy water. Avoid window cleaners as they can leave a waxy build up. See additional care & maintenance facts in our Countertop Characteristics & Care guide.
To view Care & Maintenance per manufacturer, please visit the links below:
KBR warrants the workmanship performed for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of original installation.
Additionally, there is a warranty associated with the material that is covered by the respective supplier of your material. The following are a list of the suppliers we have in stock and we’ve hyperlinked to their respective warranty pages for your convenience.
If you have nay additional questions, please reach out to us.
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