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PAC WEST provides countertops using a wide range of materials, which are described below

Solid Surface

Solid Surface counters generally consist of natural mineral filler and a resin binder. A unique advantage of solid surface materials is seamless appearance. Solid surface is one of the most repairable countertop materials available, and the design possibilities are endless. PAC WEST utilizes and works with AvoniteCorianFormicaLG-Hi Macs, and many other brands. With our partnership with other fabricators we are able to provide solid stone and manmade quartz products. Solid surface integral sinks are also a possibility


Plastic Laminate

Plastic Laminate is a manufactured, composite product, consisting of laminated papers and plastic resins bonded with heat and pressure. High pressure decorative laminate (HPDL) is a versatile product that is readily available from several manufacturers in many colors, textures, patterns, sheens and grades. Plastic laminate-clad countertops are durable and attractive. They are inexpensive and easy to install, clean and easy to maintain. PAC WEST utilizes and works with-all suppliers including: FormicaWilsonartNevamarPionite, Chemetal and many more.


Solid Phenolic

Solid Phenolic is a high pressure solid composite designed for laboratory work surfaces, toilet partitions, wall panels, commercial countertops, cabinet fronts, shelving, window sills and other interior applications. Solid Phenolic provides superior impact, fire-rated, chemical and stain resistance.

Epoxy Resin

Epoxy resin countertops are molded and oven cured in large slabs. Epoxy resin’s initial curing stage ensures complete chemical reaction throughout the material to create a uniform work surface of the highest quality. Epoxy resin tops are resistant to most chemicals, moisture, impact and heat. They are an ideal solution for environments that are very corrosive or have a high level of moisture.

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is virtually rust-proof, making it “stainless.” Stainless steel has no pores or cracks that can harbor food particles, pathogens or bacteria, making this material an excellent choice in food service areas, “dirty” laboratories, and other food and health care applications. Stainless steel is also considered a "green" material because it has a life expectancy of more than 75 years and is completely recyclable.


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