TUCSON, Ariz. – SolidSurface.com has announced an expansion of services and website re-launch and re-design.

The site offers premium grade material from most major leading brands; overstock, discontinued, and remnant solid surface sheet material; tools and accessories, including color-matched adhesive and finishing kits.

The site is a division of SurfaceNet LLC, and is an online resource and marketplace for the decorative surfacing industry.

SolidSurface.com features solid surface brands such as Corian, HI-MACS, Avonite Surfaces, Staron, Formica, Wilsonart, Hanex, and Meganite. The site also has the tools, adhesives and accessories needed for a project, as well as an educational resource section. 

They also announced that they have the full line of Corian solid surface premium colors available. The website offers a visual custom vanity top designer program, featuring a choice of Corian solid surface or LG Hausys HI-MACS solid surface. Extra-wide sheet material in sizes up to 60 x 144 inches from Avonite Surfaces is available on the new site. The site offers suggested colors to assist customers in finding similar products.

In addition to their own 12,000 sq. ft. warehouse, they partner with more than 50 manufacturers and distributors nationwide to market their inventories of stocked, overstock, and discontinued surfacing materials and related products.

SolidSurface.com serves several target audiences: Contractors for many industries, including building, retail, hospitality, healthcare and education; Mid- to large-size certified fabricator or repair shops; Small- to medium-size cabinet shops or other small businesses with a use for solid surface; and DIY homeowners and woodworkers.

Shops can filter and explore colors, as well as purchase, many different premium brands and browse an assortment of sizes of overstock and discontinued solid surface material from one central location.

SolidSurface.com affiliations include ISFA, AWFS, NKBA and NAHB. It serves customers within the U.S. regularly ships to customers in Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America.

Future plans include adding other alternative surfacing options, and building stronger supplier relationships. See http://Solidsurface.com

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