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New Corian countertops 06 Jun 2016 16:35 #1

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We just replaced the laminate, teak bordered countertops in the galley, port side cabinets and around the settee with Corian. We hired Delta Plastics in Stockton to do the work. Kudos to Delta Plastics. As part of the project, we removed the stove/oven unit and replaced it with a glass cooktop. The area vacated by the oven is to become valuable storage space. In place of the oven, we upgraded the microwave to a convection/microwave combo unit. The old SS sink was also replaced with a deeper Corian sink. The biggest challenge for Delta Plastics was the door over the tv in the port side cabinet (previous project). They did a fantastic job. Thanks Fred, Chris, Joe and young Joe.

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A couple more pics...

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New Corian countertops 06 Jun 2016 17:55 #3

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The project turned out great.

My wife and I have been considering doing something similar on our 3788. We are looking at Corian, quartz, and quartz overlay over the existing counter. What made you go with Corian?

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New Corian countertops 06 Jun 2016 17:58 #4

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Looks great, it's been on our list for a long time.

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New Corian countertops 06 Jun 2016 20:00 #5

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Nice job Greg B)

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New Corian countertops 06 Jun 2016 21:15 #6

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Greg, that looks so good! Don't you appreciate how much it brightens up the area? About a year ago I installed corian in my 38 galley and that was the first thing we noticed.

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Thanks, it does brighten up the area and gives much more usable counter space. We choose Corian because we were familiar wit it. We had Corian in our home.

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Looks really great, good job ;)

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