How much does a Corian benchtop cost?

How much does a Corian benchtop cost?

Corian is waterproof and UV resistant so it’s also an option if you have an outdoor entertaining area. It’s also translucent, so you can backlight Corian to create a stunning feature. Its starting price is around $400 per linear metre.

What are postformed benchtops?

Postforming is a process where laminate is heated and applied to a particle board substrate resulting in a smooth finish. Specifically formed edges provide a rounded, neat finish.

What is the most sustainable kitchen benchtop?

A unique, eco-friendly benchtop option is organic bamboo. One of the fastest-growing plants in the world, non-toxic and recyclable with a low-carbon footprint, bamboo is a great benchtop option for your home. Similar to other wooden materials, bamboo requires routine maintenance to prolong its lifespan.

How much do laminate bench tops cost?

Laminate benchtops can be a great choice for a tight budget, with average costs ranging from $350-$650 per square metre.

Are Corian benchtops expensive?

Both Caesarstone and Corian benchtops will be significantly more expensive than a laminate bench but you are getting a much higher end looking bench with a much longer lifespan and durability than that of a laminate option. Essentially cost will come down to a combination of yield per sheet and complexity of the job.

Is Corian less expensive than caesarstone?

What Costs More – Quartz or Corian? Caesarstone quartz generally costs more per square foot than Corian. Because quartz countertops are more durable and easier to maintain, however, the cost of ownership is typically less over time.

What is a postformed edge?

Definition of “post-formed” worktop When a laminate kitchen worktop is manufactured, a curved edge is formed on the long front edge of the chipboard or MDF (medium density fibreboard) baseboard prior to the laminate being attached. As the laminate sheet is added AFTER the edge is shaped, it is described as POST formed.

What does Postform laminate mean?

The term ‘postforming’ is used to describe the bending process applied to specially developed grades of laminate which, whilst possessing all the well-known properties of standard grade high pressure laminates, can also be formed into simple cylindrical concave or convex curves.

Are laminate benchtops sustainable?

Laminate cannot be recycled and will likely end up in landfill. More sustainable options include recycled timber (with natural finishing oils rather than a chemical sealant) or stone (which can be recycled, though source locally to avoid import implications).

Is Laminex eco-friendly?

Endorsed with globally recognised environmental credentials. All of its Australian-made MDF is rated E0 for minimal formaldehyde emissions and sourced from FSC- and PEFC-certified forests, while its decorative papers, including the kraft papers used in high-pressure laminates, are FSC-certified.

What are the different types of Postformed edge benchtops?

Our postformed edge benchtops come in following styles including Full Bullnose, 90 Degrees, D Roll, Tight Radius and Square Form. Our 180 Degree or full bullnose postformed benchtops are manufactured with a 16mm radius.

Who are the manufacturers of laminate bench tops?

Laminate Benchtop Manufacturers Victoria Postforming & Laminating Services Pty Ltd are specialists in manufacturing laminate bench tops with over 20 years in the industry.

What’s the standard thickness of a squareform benchtop?

Our standard thickness options are 33mm or 39mm. We also offer non-standard thicknesses. For example we can Squareform® a 20mm profile benchtop, which (with the right laminate choice) can closely mimic a modern thinner stone finish at a fraction of the cost.

What does magic Freeform look like on a benchtop?

Magic Freeform Benchtops Pty Ltd is a certified tight radius/squareform benchtop fabricator. Featuring a seamless square look like granite or stone with the functionally of high pressure laminate. Available only in a selection of colours, our improved technology allows us to achieve a radius of 5mm with the same level of product durability.