Benchtops


BENCHTOPS

You may be asking yourself how is benchtop resurfacing is done . How is it possible to make it look brand new? The process involves the application of a very hard and durable acrylic coating to the existing Top .This assures that the resurfaced top will be just as durable and just as pleasing to the eye as original benchtop. Our professionals value their work and do the best they can do bring you the maximum results.

For bench tops, SilverFern offers  a speciality coating, Flint Stone faux granite finish. This is a stone look of your choice, and creates a warm stone feel to the heart of your home – your kitchen.

Benchtops and vanity tops are prone to more wear and tear that the rest of your kitchen or bathroom.  If it is just your benchtops that look tired, resurfacing is the cheaper, better alternative to new.  With minimal disruption and less cost, resurfacing is a better alternative to new.  You’ll also be saving on landfill so benchtop resurfacing is a better environmental alternative.

 Resurfacing your benchtops with our Poly-Glass high gloss coating will give them a new lease of life. 

Choose from our wide range of designer colours for the look of granite or stone.

The clear top coat is hard as laminate and will cost a fraction of a new stone benchtop or stone overlay.

Choose to resurface your benchtop and say goodbye to the old stained, faded or scratched benchtop in your kitchen or bathroom.

Stone Finishes

Compare the natural look and proven performance of a Flinstone finish to expensive granite.

As it is applied, Flintstone forms a tough durable finish the provides superior protection for many years against impacts and abrasions that can shorten the life span of traditional laminate surfaces. The combination of quality and low cost makes Flintstone the best value for your remodeling dollar.
Another advantage of Flintstone non-porous finish is that it is highly resistant to acids and stains. Plus, you will never have to recondition or seal with Flinstone unlike real stone surfaces. Flinstone retains its natural luster and is simply cleaned with soap and water.