Deck The Halls With Neolith

Deck The Halls With Neolith

December 02, 2014

The holidays are coming! You’ll soon be decking your halls with boughs of holly, if you haven’t already. But if you’re looking to do a little more renovating than decorating, be sure to check out Neolith ultra compact surfacing. It’s a surfacing material that’s definitely on our “nice” list.

The largest most compact material on the market, Neolith from THESIZE is touted for both its strength and functionality. It’s also one of the most versatile materials available. Its unique properties make it ideal for both indoor and outdoor applications— in both residential and commercial situations— including countertops, vanities, flooring, sinks, wall covering, building facades, cabinet exteriors, and more.

Iron Blue from Neolith

Neolith in Iron Blue from the Iron Collection; photo via THESIZE

Neolith is made of 100-percent natural material including clay, feldspar, silica, and mineral oxide. These materials are taken directly from the quarry to their manufacturing facility where, through a high-tech process, they create a lightweight, waterproof material that has exceptional strength. Neolith is scratch, stain, UV, cold, heat and fire resistant. Excellent for high-traffic areas, it’s also resistant to harsh cleaning agents and chemicals, plus it requires little maintenance.

Since sheets are so thin, Neolith offers a lightweight alternative to natural stone. Slabs come as thin as 3 millimeters. The sheets are far easier to handle and transport than their granite or marble counterparts. This also helps cut down on both transportation and fabrication costs.

Whether you’re a homeowner, designer, architect, or other building professional, Neolith can help you create an innovative update to nearly any space—especially since it can be placed directly over existing surfaces with ease.

Visit Marble and Granite, Inc. to see this exciting material in person. We’ll show you the range of sizes and colors available and answer any questions you might have about this remarkable surface.


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