Purchase High-Quality Formica Countertops From NYKHDC Now
These days, there are many kitchen countertop materials to choose from, and one popular material is high-pressure laminate. Formica is a specific kind of high-pressure laminate, and it has been around since the 1940s. While it fell out of favor briefly in the 1960s, it has since regained prestige and is once again considered a good alternative to natural wood, stone, and quartz. There are a lot of reasons to like Formica, and this material is ideal for those who want to build their own countertop.
Call NY Kitchen & Home Design Center at +1 (347) 916-0835 when you’re in the market for a Formica kitchen countertop. We’re licensed Formica dealers, and we also sell Arborite, Wilsonart, Abet Laminati, and Bella Laminati high-pressure laminate.
What Is Formica?
Formica is a high-pressure laminate, and it’s a main component in kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, wallboards, tabletops, bar counters, and a variety of other fixtures. Formica is an affordable, non-porous, and easy-to-clean countertop choice, and it can last a long time too if it's taken care of. Formica comes in a variety of styles, colors, textures, and patterns, so it’s safe to say there’s something for everyone. And when Formica high-pressure laminate gets damaged, repair is simple and affordable.
Why Are Formica Countertops Sought After?
Formica is a visually appealing material, and these days there are plenty of styles to choose from. What's better is that with this material, you can get an attractive surface without paying a high cost. Materials like granite, quartz, and marble can be several times more expensive than laminate in some cases, yet many often mistake Formica laminate for another kind of high-end material.
Easy to Clean & Maintain
Laminate surfaces are also easy to maintain. Because they're non-porous, you don't have to worry about liquids and food spills affecting them. Moreover, when these get damaged, they can be repaired easily. And with Formica laminate, there's no resealing required, which is what you’d have to do for a natural stone countertop. Just make sure you don't use harsh cleaning products, like bleach, when you're cleaning a Formica countertop.
Formica is also a stain-resistant material, and therefore it’s ideal for those who know they're going to be encountering food spills often. In other words, it’s a first choice for parents of young children. And if you install a Formica countertop, you're essentially cooking with a stain-proof surface. Such a setup is quite beneficial for those who are learning how to cook.
Laminate can also be used to create backsplashes. Furthermore, laminate is not just a material for the kitchen, as it can be used to construct bathroom vanities as well.
We’ll Help You Find the Perfect Countertop
When you're looking to buy a Formica kitchen countertop, visit our showroom in Brooklyn or shop with us online. We're confident that we have just what you're looking for! Come see for yourself!