Wood counter works beautifully with all styles including traditional, modern, contemporary and rustic. Wooden surface is more inviting as it is warm aesthetically to the eye and physically to the touch. It is a more eco-friendly option to livening up your kitchen.
While a stone countertop is not easy to damage, but when it does get damaged, it is difficult and expensive to repair. Mishaps that would break a stone surface may only dent a wooden surface, which is much easier and inexpensive to restore. Our hardwood countertops are finished with very durable polyurethane coating and requires minimal maintenance. Similar to the stone counterparts, our hardwood countertops only require a quick wipe down with soap and water. In addition, it will lend your kitchen a unique "warm" look.
Yes. Our countertops are scratch, stain, heat and water proof.
We strictly use food safe grade polyurethane to finish all of our countertops. It is a two part chemically cured clear coat that remains more durable for longer compared to varnish, shellac, and lacquer.
We use water proof glue for all of our constructions. It creates water resistant seals that prevents molding and staining caused by water penetration.
Artisan hardwood countertops are very durable and requires little to no maintenance. The key is to not let the temperature and humidity of your kitchen vary drastically. A brisk wipe down with a towel after use often is enough to prevent complications with wooden countertops.
Yes. However, it is not recommended as it will affect the adhesion of the polyurethane on the surface.
Not recommended. Just like stone and any other high quality countertops, you would not want to cut on it. Cutting directly on it damages the finishing over time. It is also not ideal for the longevity of your cutting utensil. If you really want to cut on wooden countertop, we can use food safe oil as alternative finishing product which results in a wooden surface that is not as durable and requires regular maintenance.