The Pros and Cons of Neolith Stone Surfaces

Neolith Stone Surfaces | AbuDhabi Kitchen Countertops

One of the key advantages of Neolith stone surfaces is their versatility in terms of design options. They’re available in a wide range of Neolith colours and patterns, including wood, stone, and concrete-look finishes, which allows them to blend seamlessly with any home decor style. Additionally, they can be cut, shaped, and finished in a variety of ways, to create unique and personalized designs.

Neolith is a high-performance sintered stone known for its durability, low maintenance, and versatile design options. The material is made from 100% natural raw materials, such as clay, feldspar, silica, and mineral oxides, which are fused under extreme heat and pressure to create a compact and non-porous surface. This makes it resistant to stains, scratches, and high temperatures, making it suitable for kitchen worktops and indoor and outdoor floors and walls.

In terms of maintenance, Neolith stone surfaces are easy to clean and maintain, only requiring regular cleaning with water and mild detergent. They’re also resistant to UV rays and extreme temperatures, which makes them suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications, including kitchen worktops, floors, walls, and even facades.

Neolith. Non-porous worktop

As fabricators and installers of Neolith, we can offer you a wide range of colours and patterns to choose from, as well as custom fabrication and installation services. We can also provide you with detailed information on the warranty, the installation process, and the maintenance requirements of Neolith, to ensure that you are fully satisfied with your purchase. Furthermore, we can offer you a professional installation service for the product, ensuring that it will be installed correctly, on time and within budget.

The Pros and Cons of Neolith

Before deciding on which stone surface to purchase, we thought it would be helpful to weigh up the pros and cons of Neolith stone surfaces, to help you weigh up the benefits for yourself:

Pros of Neolith:

  • High durability and strength
  • Low maintenance requirements
  • Resistant to scratches, stains, and high temperatures
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
  • Wide range of design options
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • 100% natural raw materials
  • Non-porous surface
  • Available in a wide range of colours and patterns
  • Can be cut, shaped, and finished in a variety of ways
  • UV and weather-resistant so can be used externally

Cons of Neolith:

  • Higher cost compared to other materials
  • Needs a professional installer
  • Some people might not like the uniformity of the colour and patterns
  • It is not a natural stone but a sintered stone, which might not be suitable for certain architectural styles
  • It is not a locally sourced product, which might be an issue for some customers.

Overall, Neolith is a great choice for those looking for a durable, low-maintenance, and versatile surface for their home or business. However, it is important to consider the cost and the need for professional installation and handling during the installation process. And also, it’s important to evaluate if the uniformity of the colour and patterns, and its origin as a sintered stone, align with your preferences.

In summary

We believe Neolith represents a fantastic investment for those looking for high-performing, durable, and versatile stone surfaces that can withstand the demands of everyday use and is easy to maintain. With a wide range of design options, Neolith stone surfaces can blend seamlessly with any home decor style and can be used for various applications such as kitchen worktops, flooring, walls, and even facades. They’re a great choice for those who value durability, low maintenance, and design versatility in their home or business.

If you’d like to know more about Neolith stone surfaces from MGD, give us a call or use our contact form to drop us a line.

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