Countertop Materials

There are many different kinds of materials that may be used to build worktops, but the recommendations that Countertop Kingdom will offer to you will be limited to only a handful of the most popular countertop materials. Because only the most popular items may easily assist you in generating revenue.

You have travelled all the way to China in order to purchase materials for your countertop business, and your goal is to run a successful business that generates significant profits on a continual basis so that it may remain in operation, is that correct?

Because of this, Countertop Kingdom will prioritise recommending the following items to you:

1. Quartz Surface

2. Porcelain Slabs

3. Nano glass  

4. Precast Cement Terrazzo

5. Artificial marble 

The reason why we do not recommend natural marble and natural granite are due to the fact that there are too many people working with these two materials, the competition is fierce, and it is a red sea for us and you.

Countertop Materials: 1. Quartz Surface

Quartz Surface is currently the most common surface material for kitchen countertops;

The properties of engineered quartz include great hardness, resistance to scratching, nearly zero water absorption, resistance to stains, low maintenance, non-porousness, and resilience to heat.

Countertop Materials: 2. Artificial Marble

Artificial marble is softer than artificial quartz.

When used on kitchen countertops, artificial marble is easily scratched by cooking utensils, so it is not advised.

However, artificial marble can be used on bathroom vanity tops because fingernails will not scratch the tops.

Artificial marble is created by combining natural marble powder with unsaturated polyester resin, pressing the mixture into blocks, cutting the blocks into huge slabs, and then rough grinding and polishing the slabs.

Countertop Materials: 3. Nano glass

Nano glass is a brand-new material that may be used to create tabletops.

They are also long-lasting and stain-resistant, as well as being environmentally friendly.

Nano glass is also known as a crystallised glass panel. 

Quartz sand is also used in the production of nano glass stones. But nano glass stone is created differently than engineered quartz.

It's a slab formed by melting quartz sand and other materials at a high temperature (above 1000 degrees), then cooling and crystallising them.

It appears to be gorgeous and clear. The entire surface shines brightly like glass. As a result, we name it nano glass.

Countertop Materials: 4. Precast Cement Terrazzo

Precast cement terrazzo can also be used as a countertop; however, its water absorption rate will be somewhat high;

Most of the time it cannot be utilised as a kitchen countertop; however it can be used as a worktop on many other occasions;

The precast cement terrazzo material will mix natural stone grits with cement as an adhesive, then die-cast huge blocks, cut into large slabs, plus further rough grinding and polishing.

Countertop Materials: 5. Porcelain Slabs

Sintered stone is another name for porcelain slabs.

Kilns are used to make porcelain slabs.

Porcelain slab is a new countertop material that has grown in popularity in recent years. It has many applications; it can be used indoors or outdoors and on counters, walls, floors, etc. Its hardness is relatively high and scratch-resistant.

Its primary disadvantage is that it is challenging to produce; it can break during the fabrication process if you are not attentive.

Currently, there are some famous brands in this industry, they are: Laminam; Lapitec; Neolith; and so on. 

In addition to the above six materials, there are still many kinds of materials that can be utilised for countertops; but Countertop Kingdom generally suggests the above six materials for our overseas customers to pick from.

You are welcome to contact us for additional information, we will arrange samples or related price information for you.