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If you’ve ever looked at installing a new countertop, you probably know that there are quite a few options available, each with their own set of advantages and disadvantages. One option that might appeal to anyone on a budget or a tight timeline is known as post form laminate countertops.
Post form laminates are called “post-form” because they are applied to a pre-manufactured base after it has been formed to the correct size and shape. Post-form laminate sheets are typically applied with an adhesive to a preformed particle board substrate base, most commonly as kitchen countertops. The laminate is rolled over the base as one solid sheet, creating a seamless surface with the backsplash and edges.
Post form laminate countertops may be a great solution for some situations, especially if budget and time are a concern. But there are a few things to consider before making a final decision: