Try Neolith if You Need a Durable Countertop Surface

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Neolith is ideal for busy kitchens because it’s so durable

Neolith and compact surfaces go hand in hand. By “compact surfaces.”, we’re referring to an entirely new surface fabricated by the raw materials found in porcelain, glass, and quartz. These materials are put under extreme pressure and heat to create a durable and indestructible surface. Neolith was first developed in Europe and is now popular among kitchen and bathroom remodelers in the U.S. Here is more about Neolith and what makes it such an excellent material to use. 

Neolith is Heat-Resistant

Neolith performs well even when it’s extremely hot or cold. UV rays are no match for Neolith, nor will the material freezing be an issue. For this reason, it’s the perfect material for both outdoor and indoor applications. 

Fewer Stains and Easy Cleaning

This durable material is stain-resistant due to its nonporous composition. Not only is neolith stain-resistant, but you also don’t have to seal this material. You can look forward to stress-free cleaning and low-maintenance countertop material with each of these factors in mind. 


Another reason you’ll fall in love with Neolith is that it has a green initiative in mind. It’s 100% natural and resin-free, unlike quartz. However, you still get all of the benefits that come with a nonporous material. The raw materials found in glass, porcelain, and quartz are 100% recyclable.


Scratches and abrasions are no match for this material. If you have a busy kitchen, this is indeed an ideal choice for you. The surface is so hard that it will not buckle or warp. Even a messy toddler or a clumsy spouse is no match for this surface. 

The Many Ways You Can Use Neolith

You can use this material in both the kitchen and bathroom. One of our main focuses is kitchen and bathroom countertops. However, if you’re giving your home an overhaul, you may be interested to know that neolith works for many compact surfaces and applications such as:

  • Floors
  • Walls
  • Cladding
  • Facades
  • Furniture

Neolith is even durable enough for commercial applications. If you own a coffee shop or cafe, you may want to consider adding this material to your interior design. Are you looking for ways to add life to the compact surfaces in your home or commercial establishment? Reach out to Rock Tops Fabrication today. 


If you have questions regarding kitchen or bathroom countertop trends for 2020, Rock Tops Fabrication is here to answer them. Our trained professionals are here to make sure that your new kitchen is designed and finished in exactly the way you want it. We service Maryland, DC, and Virginia. Feel free to give us a call at 410-363-4257. For more information, tips, and tricks, and to see what we have been up to, be sure to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Pinterest, and Houzz.

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