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Worktop Express launches Wilsonart's Zenith Solid-Core slimline worktops
The UK's leading online worktop specialist of worksurfaces in Gloucester has added three Wilsonart Zenith decors to its comprehensive range of Wilsonart worktops. Worktop Express, which started business in 2009, has built a compelling business initially supplying competitive solid wood worktops and has developed into offering all materials both online and through its eight national worktop showrooms.
Worktop Express started selling Wilsonart UK laminate worktops three years ago and has steadily increased its offer to include Zenith Caldeira, Rouille and Magma. In each Worktop Express showroom Wilsonart Zenith will have displays, sample blocks and offer decor swatches available to order online.
Tahnee Miles, merchandise manager for Worktops Express, says: "Zenith is already selling like hot cakes. Our customers clearly love the product and the flexibility it gives them for shelves, waterfall ends and drainer grooves."
Zenith was the first super-slim solid-core laminate. At just 12.5mm thick, it has identical decorative surface finish on two sides, perfect to create waterfall-end panels and co-ordinated bespoke open shelves. In the kitchen, an under-mount sink with drainer grooves is practical and easy to create as the material is 100% waterproof, revealing the stunning extra black core.
Three textures are offered; Roche, Linimat and Granite - and a choice of eleven decors.
Zenith can be installed with standard tooling so there is no costly templating or long waits for off-site manufacture and it is also competitively priced, positioned between premium laminate and solid surface. Its look and texture create a realism that is virtually indistinguishable from natural slab materials such as the very costly ceramic surfaces.
www.worktop-express.co.uk / www.wilsonart.co.uk
14th September 2018