Neolith Calcatta Porcelain
Porcelain Countertops Near Me
Porcelain countertop slabs combine the look of natural materials with advanced, innovative technology. Bringing the large scale and drama of slab stone, while expressing all the benefits of porcelain in a product of unrivaled performance and appearance.
Porcelain countertop slabs are the perfect material for your kitchen and vanity countertop, and tub/shower surround because they are water, heat-proof and resistant to scratching, staining, wear, and aggressive chemicals.
The perfect choice for homeowners, designers and architects, Porcelain Countertops offer endless possibilities for indoor and outdoor applications, ranging from kitchen and bathroom countertops to outside BBQ islands. Low thickness, light weight and strength make porcelain perfect for about any surface, including those in boats and RVs.
- Kitchen and Bath Countertops
- Full Height Backsplash
- Shower Walls
- Tub Walls
- Cabinetry Cladding
- Tabletops / Benches
- Fireplace Surrounds
- Residential and Commercial Uses
Options – Choose from many options that make your countertop truly custom:
- Finish– Polish or Honed
- Edge Profiles – Limited to Mitered profile with eased radius on the top and bottom.
- Splash – Set-on or Tile
- Sink Type – Top Mount, Undermount and Farmhouse
Stain Resistance – Porcelain combines the non-porous surface with natural materials to make for a virtual maintenance free product. The smooth, nonporous surface of porcelain resists even the toughest stains and will retain its luster for many years without the need for sealants or waxes. Water Absorption ≤ 0.5000%.
Heat Resistance – Porcelain surfacing is virtually heat proof very heat resistant. However, it is not heat proof. We do not recommend setting any extremely hot cookware directly on any countertop surface. The extreme change in temperature can cause damage. A hot pad or trivet is recommended.
Cutting and Abrasion – Because of the high content of naturally hard crystals, porcelain can withstand many cuts and abrasions that would otherwise scratch your counter surface. Although we don’t recommend using it as a cutting board, this material is very resistant to cutting and abrasion. MOHS (Scratch Resistant) of 7.
Impact – Although porcelain can withstand impact, if and when some a hard impact does occur, edges can chip.
Chemical Resistant – ASTM results found porcelain to be unaffected by chemicals.