A standard grain finish that ranges between a 120 and 150 grit finish, also known as a brushed or satin finish. See Finishes for more details.
A custom hand applied random sanded finish that tones down the “shine” of finished metal and creates scratches going every which way. See Finishes for more details.
The vertical portion at the rear of a countertop, normally 4-6″ that protects the adjacent wall surface. Back splashes on metal countertops are formed from the original sheet, making them integral to the countertop. See Backsplashes for more details.
The standard used by ASTM to determine metal thickness. Our countertops and sinks are 16 gauge for residential and 14 gauge for commercial applications.
A directional brush finish produced by varying degrees of grit finishing. See Finishes for more details.
Formed or welded, ground, and polished as one piece. i.e. Our custom sinks are integrally welded, ground and polished into our countertops.
A fabricated stainless steel sink that is welded to the countertop and then ground and polished to match the countertop finish.
The area where two surfaces meet, whether welded, or butted together.
See Joints for more details.
The vertical portion at the side or sides of a countertop, normally 4-6″ that protects the adjacent wall surface. Side splashes on metal countertops are formed from the original sheet, making them integral to the countertop.
(Wood backer) the supporting structure of a countertop that is glued or laminated to a metal countertop for support and sound deadening. See Wood backer for more details.
(Wood Substrate) The support system used for metal countertops in order for the top to sit on top of the cabinets, also referred to as a substrate, which is glued to the countertop. See Wood backer for more details.