Laminate Countertops

These are not the old laminate counters of the past. There are a vast array of new, more realistic colors, edges, and textures to choose from. Laminate is an excellent choice for keeping more money in your pocket, but great-looking countertops in your home. Laminate is strong, durable, and easy to clean! It’s easier than ever to get the look of Granite or Quartz at a fraction of the price.

Laminates

Material OPTIONs

Standard:

Available in Matte and Fine Velvet Finish

Premium:

Available with multiple finish options

High Definition options:

Wilsonart’s longest wearing surface – available in Mirage, and Glaze finish

Edge Options

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Laminates

Material OPTIONs

Standard

Premium

180fx:

Featuring high-resolution patterns and finishes that transform any space with quartz, stone, and hardwood designs

Edge Options

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Sink

Options

Top Mount

Undermount

Farmhouse

Corian

Vessel

Sink

Options

Top Mount

Farmhouse

Vessel

Undermount

An undermount sink is one that’s installed underneath the countertop instead of on top like the more traditional “drop-in” style sink that’s held in place by a strong adhesive. Once upon a time, all sinks were drop-in style, but these days the undermount sink has grown increasingly desirable. In the past, laminate counters were not a good match for undermount sinks because there was a risk of water exposure to the particle board, which could cause the counter to warp or even collapse. Karran sinks are manufactured and distributed in the United States with a 1-inch rim made from resin, machined completely flat that meets the bowl wall at a sharp 90-degree angle creating a virtually unbreakable bond that holds the sink in place and makes it impossible for water to penetrate to the particleboard.

Reasons homeowners like undermount sinks include:

Appearance:

Available in Matte and Fine Velvet Finish

Hygiene:

Because there’s no rim, there’s no silicone bead seal around the sink to promote bacteria or mold growth.

Easy clean-up:

You can sweep water and food prep remains directly into the sink, unhindered by a lip.

More counter space:

Undermount sinks take up less room on the countertop than drop-in sinks, which is particularly nice in a small bathroom when you need space for toiletries.

Faucet placement options:

With an undermount sink, the faucet doesn’t have to sit directly on the sink basin – it can be behind the bowl, to the side, on the wall or wherever you want it.

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