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Artificial Stone Commercial Counters

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Whether you are building a commercial space or giving your business a new impressive image, quartz, sintered stone, porcelain, artificial stones, gemstone are a great option for reception desks, office desk tops, commercial kitchens, conference tables, bar counters and more. There are many factors that make artificial stones a great choice for commercial spaces, but there are five main factors to consider when choosing a surface coating material for your business: durability, ease of maintenance, aesthetics, versatility and sustainability.

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Can Sintered Stone or Porcelain slabs be used in the hotel reception counter?

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Sintered Stone and Porcelain are perfect for commercial spaces in a variety of applications. From reception desks to conference tables to commercial kitchens, Sintered Stone and Porcelain is durable enough for everyday wear and tear from heavy traffic.

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Is porcelain good for reception counters?

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Porcelain reception tops are extremely durable as they are heat, scratch, and UV resistant which allows the surface to be installed as countertops, cladding, and flooring in both indoors and outdoor applications.

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How wide is a commercial bar countertop?

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Home bar tops are usually between 12- to 16-inches wide. Commercial bar tops vary from 20- to 28-inches in width, including a drink rail (or trough) on the server side of the bar.

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Can quartz or artificial marble be used as commercial bar counter?

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Definitely yes. Quartz and artificial marble makes for a superior, strong, and non-porous surface. Unlike natural granite, Quartz doesn't require maintenance by sealing, but it has many of the same good looks and qualities.

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