The Kitchen and Bath Industry Recognizes Neolith

The Kitchen and Bath Industry Recognizes Neolith

October 29, 2015


Ultra slim and durable Neolith surfacing is perfectly suited for high-traffic areas like the kitchen, for both countertop and floor applications. (Photo by Neolith.)

Like our surfacing experts here at Marble and Granite, Inc. kitchen and bath industry professionals also recognize the many attributes of ultra thin Neolith surfacing. The readers of Kitchen and Bath Business Magazine recently selected Neolith as “Readers Choice” for 2015 in several categories.

Readers of the magazine, which is comprised of kitchen and bath designers and other industry manufacturers including decorative hardware, cabinetry, surfacing and more, picked Neolith  as the best product of the year in the following categories:

Bath Flooring

Kitchen Countertops

Kitchen Flooring

What makes Neolith so amazing? First of all, it’s a 100-percent natural product that’s incredibly versatile. It can be used as a surface covering pretty much anywhere, inside and out, including countertops, backsplashes, flooring, cladding, furniture, and facades. Every Neolith surface is made of all natural materials such as clays, feldspar, silica, and natural mineral oxides. Neolith contains no resins or binders.


Since it’s virtually non-porous, Neolith is perfect for use as flooring and wall cladding in the bath. (Photo by Neolith.)

Neolith is made via a state-of-the art manufacturing process that mimics the way natural stone forms over thousands of years in just hours. The process gives the end product outstanding physical and mechanical properties in terms of compaction, resistance, and durability. Neolith is a high-performance luxury material that is resistant to stains, scratches, chemicals, extreme temperatures and UV rays. It’s virtually non-porous and it’s durable enough to stand up to the most high-traffic areas. Plus, since all of the ingredients that go into Neolith are natural, it’s a completely recyclable, sustainable surfacing choice.

Another innovative element of Neolith is its size. Neolith comes in extremely thin yet durable sheets, or slabs. This makes Neolith lighter and easier to transport than other natural stone surfaces. The sheets can be cut and specified in any design requirements, including a variety of finishes, edging, thicknesses, and shapes for sinks, showers, decorative surfaces and whatever the imagination can create.

Further proving its versatility, Neolith comes in 45 colors, many of which look like natural high-end stone surfaces. So, Neolith offers the look of these favorite materials with added durability and less maintenance required.

If you’re planning a kitchen or bath remodel, be sure to check out Neolith. The virtually maintenance-free material is even more impressive up close and personal. Come by one of our two Marble and Granite, Inc. showroom locations to check out the array of Neolith colors that can help you turn your dream project into a reality. Our surfacing professionals will show you, in person, how versatile and durable Neolith really is and why it’s one of the industry’s hottest new surfacing choices. Give us a call at 877 39 STONE.


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