Kitchens play host to some of the biggest events in our lives. It’s no wonder we like to invest in them. And the kitchen worktop is a key element in that investment.

Hours are invested into research and decisions are no longer just about prospective styles but about types of materials and finishes. And customers have more options than ever before.

If you’re looking to differentiate your offering to your customers and improve your margins, Corian is the solution. Developed in 1967 by DuPont as the original solid surface, it remains the most versatile and recognised brand in solid surfaces.

Corian can be formed into any shape using a controlled heat source. It can be worked by hand, like wood, into curved, flowing lines, using standard woodworking machinery. Done properly, it offers inconspicuous join lines giving a clean, seamless look. And even if Corian develops any minor scratches or dents, they can be buffed out, giving customers peace of mind knowing that their investment will last.

Corian’s acrylic resin surface is non-porous. So for the busiest hub of the house, that means greater hygiene and resistance to stains from all sorts of spills. In an era of convenience, its appeal increases as its non-porosity means never having to seal the surface, lowering ongoing maintenance considerations.

If you are a kitchen manufacturer or installer interested in extending your value proposition and really differentiating your business and are eager to become a certified fabricator and installer of Corian, contact Philip Roux at Surface Innovations on 011 608 0608.