Porcelain countertops are a European trend making its way to our coasts. Although
“porcelain” sounds fragile and a bad idea for solid surfaces, porcelain is made from clay with a high percentage of kaolinite and silica. The result is a durable dense material almost impervious to stains, heat & scratches.
In comparison to natural stone products, porcelain is lighter. The larger slab sizes
means fewer seams and no grout lines. Considering this is a man-made material, the
variety in design and colors is vast.
Overall, these things make porcelain slabs a great and rewarding material for your
kitchen and bathroom needs.