A workshop is more than just the power tools stored in it; it’s also the very bones of the shop. If your workshop doesn’t have strong bones, it won’t be able to take on all of the big projects you throw at it. From carpentry to mechanics, your workbench is the most important part of your workshop. If you want a workbench that can handle anything, you need to hear about Solid Surface workshop applications.
What is Solid Surface?
Solid Surface is a compound material that starts out as a liquid. It then dries into one of the most durable materials on the market for countertops. That makes it a great choice for a workbench surface as well. Solid Surface is classically used as a countertop material, but also has applications in furniture and even construction. This material is so tough, it can even be used for flat roofing. This has proven to be true as it provides weather protection for The Pompeii Archaeological Park.
A material being durable is important, but are all Solid Surface countertops limited to a boring, rectangular shape? No! Solid Surface can be made into virtually any shape you want. You can have an edge the curves down or a built-in backsplash. You can even have a large corner bench that curves around your standing space. Get yourself the workbench that works for you with Solid Surface.
Colors You Love
Most countertops and surfaces come in very limited colors. That’s because they’re usually tailored to popular kitchen aesthetics or are natural materials. Therefore, Solid Surface offers a lot more variety. Because Solid Surface starts as a liquid, we can mix in whatever color you want. Moreover, we can recreate natural patterns like those seen in marble.
So, no matter what color or design suits your preferences, we can make it happen. Plus, like the name says, Solid Surface is completely solid. Being made all of one material means that your pattern or color won’t wear off over time.
Repair is Easy
One of the best parts of Solid Surface workshop applications is that it’s easy to repair. That means if you chip, crack, or split your Solid Surface, it’s not the end of the road. By simply adding a little more of the compound to the damaged area, waiting for it to dry, and sanding, it’s good as new.
That makes it ideal for whatever projects you prefer. Errant nails, heavy machinery, tools, and more are not enough to put your Solid Surface workbench out of work.
When you’re ready to order your Solid Surface workshop counter, give us a call and we’ll help with your order. Custom designs are always a fun challenge for us and break up some of the monotony of rectangular countertops. Let us know what your vision is and we’ll give you exactly what you’re looking for.