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LG hi-mac worktop 2200mm at B&Q for £298
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LG hi-mac worktop 2200mm at B&Q for £298
Posted 2nd Aug 2020

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Usually £428!

These are beautiful hard wearing worktops, far superior to laminate but much cheaper than granite etc.

HI-MACS 20mm Acrylic solid surface Matt Chamomile Stone effect Acrylic Square edge Kitchen Worktop, (L)2200mm


HI-MACS® is an outstanding solid surface material. A delicate composition of acrylic, minerals and natural pigments that combine to create a smooth, non-porous, thermoformable and visually seamless surface.

The material meets the highest standards for quality in all aspects: material performance, fabrication, functionality and hygiene.
Thanks in a large part to this quality and the outstanding flexibility in fabrication and design, HI-MACS® offers countless advantages over conventional materials.

HI-MACS® Natural Acrylic Stone is produced in an ultra-modern manufacturing process that complies with the best quality certification standards.
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Here is ours, we’re super pleased with it (and we paid full price!)
Edited by: "EmperorNero" 2nd Aug
Why cold?
EmperorNero02/08/2020 08:02

[Image] Here is ours, we’re super pleased with it (and we paid full p …[Image] Here is ours, we’re super pleased with it (and we paid full price!)


How did you make the mason mitre corner joint?
nokiafusion02/08/2020 08:40

How did you make the mason mitre corner joint?


I think the fitter just used a regular mitre jig, then used a colour matching adhesive and then I believe he sanded it down to a seamless finish. You really can’t see the join.
EmperorNero02/08/2020 08:59

I think the fitter just used a regular mitre jig, then used a colour …I think the fitter just used a regular mitre jig, then used a colour matching adhesive and then I believe he sanded it down to a seamless finish. You really can’t see the join.


Was it a specialised fitter for the worktop?
I'd imagine with professional fitting, upstands, etc this could work out not much cheaper than quartz. Not sure how it compares as a material.
Our fitter charged us £200 a day and it took him two days
nokiafusion02/08/2020 09:02

Was it a specialised fitter for the worktop?


Just a regular kitchen fitter, but it makes sense to check with who you hire that they have fitted this type of worktop before
Edited by: "EmperorNero" 2nd Aug
Two reviews. One reads like the member here experience, the other returned it due to needing a specialist to cut and fit this stuff.
EmperorNero02/08/2020 09:08

Our fitter charged us £200 a day and it took him two days


Was that two days jusy to fit the worktops?
shawnlee02/08/2020 09:48

Two reviews. One reads like the member here experience, the other …Two reviews. One reads like the member here experience, the other returned it due to needing a specialist to cut and fit this stuff.


Yeah one reviewer was me! The other reviewer obviously didn’t get a fitter who was confident fitting it. Believe me, this is a quality worktop. This material is definitely the future. Here’s another pic (I still have tiling to do!)
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chrb02/08/2020 09:50

Was that two days jusy to fit the worktops?


Pretty much - but note we had four of these worktops to cut and join together, plus drainage grooves put in, plus cut out for Belfast sink and hob (we have a largish u shape kitchen)
Edited by: "EmperorNero" 2nd Aug
I've been fitting these types of work surface for years. Normally mistral and Apollo slab tech, far superior to quartz and corian IMO.
Seamless joints and damage can be repaired with their adhesives. A stain or a scratch can simply be sanded out, great choice for a family.
Not as difficult to fit as people may expect it's quite forgiving you just need good quality tools
Sounds like an expensive venture, 400£ for fitting
shawnlee02/08/2020 10:16

Sounds like an expensive venture, 400£ for fitting


For fitting four worktops. Probably half that if it’s just one or two
shawnlee02/08/2020 10:16

Sounds like an expensive venture, 400£ for fitting


That's cheap to be honest,I'd normally want two blokes to moving this stuff around it's really heavy. Probably works out a similar price material/labour to quartz but there is no waiting around for survey and cutting like there is with quartz, drop the lengths off with the kitchen and let the fitter do them.
Every product has its pros/cons.Fitted well this stuff looks awesome
Edited by: "Rossi89" 2nd Aug
This looks nice, hope the offer is still on when I get round to doing the kitchen, thanks.
EmperorNero02/08/2020 09:52

Yeah one reviewer was me! The other reviewer obviously didn’t get a fitter …Yeah one reviewer was me! The other reviewer obviously didn’t get a fitter who was confident fitting it. Believe me, this is a quality worktop. This material is definitely the future. Here’s another pic (I still have tiling to do!)[Image]


Looks like granite 100%
20 mm thick top looks very weak imho,that mitre joint assuming it’s bolted underneath must have been routed out almost right to the surface to accommodate the bolts?
daveandvera02/08/2020 17:06

20 mm thick top looks very weak imho,that mitre joint assuming it’s bolted …20 mm thick top looks very weak imho,that mitre joint assuming it’s bolted underneath must have been routed out almost right to the surface to accommodate the bolts?


You don't mitre and bolt this stuff mate it's totally different. Straight joint with the supplied adhesive then sand to finish, completely seemless.
It's absolutely solid once it's set, the adhesive is basically the same product as the work surface itself.
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