If you would like to remodel your kitchen countertops and are on a tight remodeling budget, post form laminate countertops could be a good option for you. Post form laminate countertops come in a sizable variety of colors, are easy to install and are one of the least expensive material for countertops.
What are post form laminate countertops made of?
Post form laminate countertops are a man-made material. The process involves adhering a type of laminate that is thinner and more flexible than conventional horizontal laminate to a particle board with formed edges. The post form laminates come in tall sheets that rolled and applied to the substrate without a seam. Post form laminate rolls come in 8, 10 and 12 feet and are cut to the countertop’s dimension.
Pros and Cons of Post Form Laminate Countertops
The main advantage of post form laminates is that they are one of the least expensive material for countertops. The have a decorative, seamless edge (as shown above) and they are easy to clean.
However, post form laminates are not the most durable material and are prone to scratching and scorching from hot pots.