Aug 09, 2010 1:20 pm
I've had a few quotes to have our tired laminate benchtop covered with a surface stone product. The difference between the quotes is immense, even with the same product (but different installers)!
Just wondering what people's experience is with these overlays? I like the sound of little interruption to the kitchen, ie. can be installed insitu in a day or two. They don't seem to be much cheaper than a solid stone benchtop but that doesn't really bother me. I'm just interested in the longevity and durability of the product.
Any info, advice, comments and pics are welcome!
Re: stone overlay for benchtops2
Aug 09, 2010 2:54 pm
My mum had a granite overlay installed by Granite Transformations a couple of years ago. They are very happy with it.
Took 2 days to install, was a very low mess installation and still looks great.
Probably a similar price to a quartz composite (Caesarstone etc.) but definitely much cheaper than a 50mm slab of granite!
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