The Advantages Of Using Neolith

In the twentieth century, interior design, in regard to stone finishes, was limited to traditional materials such as marble, granite and limestone.

However, these days new cutting edge materials Lapitec, Dekton and Neolith are redefining the industry.

The latter, in particular, has become a popular choice for both exterior cladding projects and interior decorating applications, due in no small part to its manifold advantages, some of which we are going to explore today in this blog post.

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Waterproof

Neolith is waterproof and, with an absorption level of practically zero, is resistant to all liquids and stains.

What’s more, Neolith is resistant to all types of chemical cleaning agents (bleach etc), which means it is an incredibly easy material to clean.

Lightweight

This sintered compact surface is also extremely lightweight which makes it very easy to transport, handle and install.

Resistant to wear and tear

Neolith worktops have a very hardwearing surface which makes them incredibly resistant to everyday wear and tear, such as abrasions and scratches.

In addition, Neolith has a high shear rate, which prevents any bending from occurring when heavy loads or pressure is placed upon it.

Environmentally friendly

Because it is made up of all natural materials, Neolith is very environmentally friendly, as it is completely recyclable and does not give off any toxic chemicals, which also makes it a very hygienic option.

Resistant to extreme temperatures

Neolith is not in any way affected by high temperatures – it does not burn or emit any chemicals when coming into contact with fire or extreme heat.

Flexible

Neolith is available in a variety of colours and finishes, such as “basalt grey” and “iron copper”, making it a very adaptable and innovative option for both residential and commercial properties.

The possibilities and combinations are almost endless!