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Solid Color-Through Surfacing Material is an extremely durable, easily maintained synthetic material made of polyester or acrylic. It's expensive, costing almost as much as luxurious granite or marble, and it wears long and well. The material is completely impervious to water, and you can repair any dents or abrasions that may occur with a light sanding.
At first, solid-surfacing material was available only in shades of white or pastel colors, but now its palette has greatly expanded and includes faux-stone finishes. Because the color goes all the way through the thickness of the slab, it can be carved, inlaid, shaped, molded, even sandblasted to create a custom design. With a minimum amount of care, it will last 20 or more years.
Selected 2009 Cost vs. Value Report Statistics - Average Nationwide Return on Investment:
Deck addition -- 80.6%
Major kitchen remodel -- 72.1%
Bathroom remodel -- 71.0%
New roof -- 60.5%
Family room addition -- 65.3%
Master suite addition -- 65.2%
Source: 2009 Cost vs. Value Report, (REALTOR® Magazine, Jan. 2010).