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Neolith products differ from standard surfaces such as granite or quartz. Thy are ceramics made from clay that has been modified in order to resemble a strong and resistant worktops, or in other cases projects such as wall cladding and floors. They have unique appearances and certainly are different from the standard quartz/granite surfaces.

Most importantly they can withstand any weather/climate harshness, the temperatures, the dry or wet days – therefore they are fantastic for exterior designs, mostly used to design walls of buildings or other projects that involve wall cladding.

Most importantly it is a light material. Meaning that during the installation the risk is certainly reduced, and moreover the installation can last a very short time, in comparison to stone installations for example.

In terms of installing it in the kitchens, it has many attributes, like other high quality stone/ceramic surfaces. This includes resistance to impacts, scratches and staining as well as resistance from heat and very warm objects (that normally form burned rings on the surfaces). This means that the ceramics are perfect for kitchens and appliances around the house.

In terms of the colours, for now they are still limited, however they will grow in time. Ceramics are new on the market and will still need time to expand on the colour ranges, however there are already products that fascinate many customers. These include collections such as: Colorfeel – a rather simple style of colours, they are usually plane with different kinds of shades. Fusion – more greyish/metallic colours, clear or with patterns merged. Iron – a self-explanatory term, as the collection does indeed resemble the metallic iron. Textil – A collection of very unique colours, a pattern that somewhat reflects materials of such. Timber – a more traditional style and certainly, as the name states a reflection of wooden patterns and wooden core rings that are shown on the ceramic surface. Lastly there is Classtone – resembling the stone marble and quartz surfaces.