Glass countertops come in multiple thicknesses
You can use glass countertops to cover all of your working surfaces, or you can use it to highlight just one or two. Glass countertops work well on food preparation islands, or as surface where food is served. Glass countertops are easy to care for and stand up to common household cleaners and disinfectants. Even acidic compounds like tomato juice, vinegar and ammonia won’t harm your glass surface.
You can also say goodbye to food stains and scorch marks because glass countertops can withstand what you throw at them. Thicker glass is also resistant to breakage, which is another big plus in the kitchen! Finally, glass is UV-light resistant so it won’t discolor over time.
You can backpaint your glass countertops with Glassprimer™ glass paint to create an opaque or translucent look in any color you can imagine. You won’t get this kind of versatility from granite, marble or composite resin materials! Glass countertops cost about as much per square foot as granite does, and changing out the surface is easy, if you need or want to do it.
You can also use backlighting on your glass countertops to create a dramatic presentation. That’s something you can’t do with marble, granite or composite materials. Glass can be formed or cut to fit any shape, so you’ve got your toughest angles covered. If the ecology is an important consideration for your decorating plan, glass is among the friendliest of construction materials, since it requires no mining or toxic production processes!
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