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What can be made from Solid Surface?

The answer is…Anything…(of course within reason) 

Solid Surface, by its very composition, is the ideal material for so many types of application. As everything we manufacture is bespoke this gives us the flexibility to get involved with some really exciting projects, because NOTHING IS TYPICAL!

Over the years we have produced:

  • Reception Desks
  • Hotel items
  • Tea Points
  • Kitchen Countertops
  • Trough Vanity Sinks
  • Museum Pieces
  • Large, Propeller styled walling
  • A large curved orange (yes…Orange) reception feature desk
  • An interactive display sign near to the M4 Motorway
Hammersmith Tower
  • Prestigious Museum features for the Royal Court of the Kingdom of Bahrain
Kingdom of Bahrain

As everything we undertake here at BSF Solid Surfaces Ltd is hand crafted and to your specification we will evaluate and advise on the project based upon all factors – including colour, size, shape, design, build, cost, timeframe, and if it is even outside of our possibility of manufacturing (which really is saying something if we cannot find a solution!).

Ultimately what you are looking for, above all else, is the service for practical design solutions, that are possible, achievable, and within budget constraints. We at BSF Solid Surfaces Ltd, with all our years of quality experience, have the tools to provide this full service!

For more information please take a look at our website, www.bsfsolidsurfaces.com where you can see projects we have been involved with and the materials we offer.

These include Corian, Hi Macs, Staron, Hanex, Durat, Avonite and Tristone as well as the other major brands of Solid Surface, all of which we are pleased to include in our portfolio of materials.

If you are interested in talking to us about your projects, or need some advice, literature or samples, please get in touch with us on 01277 263603 or drop us a line to [email protected].

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