Q: Are countertops typically about 25-26 inches from front to back and are designed with a slight overhang on the front edge? ¶
Q: Were countertops manufactured with a solvent-based contact cement? ¶
A: Yes, However, in today's marketplace PVA adhesives have taken over for reasons of environmental responsibility , safety , economy, and strength of the glue line.
Q: Are countertops made by mixing high strength polyester resin and real marble stone dust? ¶
Q: Is a countertop the most economical countertop on the market? ¶
A: Yes, and has the broadest selection of surface material to choose from.
Q: Are countertops man made vanity tops that have the appearance of and resemble real stone marble? ¶
Q: Are countertops aesthetically pleasing and a more economical and durable alternative to real stone marble? ¶
Q: Are countertops also very popular for those who chose to have few or no surface seams? ¶
Q: Is a countertop manufactured by only a few companies? ¶
A: Yes, and it is commonly called a Cutting Station, Top Saw, or simply Miter Saw.
Q: Is a countertop typically a high volume factory-produced product? ¶
A: Yes, and which accounts for the economy of the product.
Q: Are countertops often produced by small shops and individual artisans although there are several large-scale manufacturers of gauged slabs? ¶
Q: Are countertops custom made and more scratch resistant as well as less porous than natural quartz surfaces? ¶
A: Yes, and don't need to be sealed like other stone surfaces.