Formica Group

1-800-FORMICA
www.formica.com

Business Description
Global design leader in surfacing products.

Company Overview
Founded in 1913, Formica Group is a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of innovative surfacing products for commercial and residential applications.

For more information about Formica Group, our products, special programs and promotions, go to www.formica.com or call 1-800-FORMICA™.

To order FREE SAMPLES go to:
http://www.formica.com

Locate a store near you:
https://www.formica.com/en/us/where-to-buy/homeowner
Location:
Cincinnati, OH US 
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Formica Group 
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Address
10155 Reading Road,
Cincinnati, Ohio,
United States, 45241 
Formica Group is following Murphy & Co. Design and 48 others
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Formica Group is following Colonial Countertops Ltd.
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Samantha Olivia
Anywhere to get this product in Ontario?
last Tuesday at 5:33am   
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Formica Group
Hi, Samantha! Absolutely-we have dealers in Hearst, Thunder Bay and Kaministiquia. To find the dealer closest to you, visit this link http://bit.ly/1m71GCl
last Tuesday at 5:40am   
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Formica Group
Hi. This is a postformed edge, not a Formica® Brand edging treatment. You can work with a fabricator/postformer to achieve a similar look. Let us know how else we can help!
last Monday at 6:23am   
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Hi, thanks for reaching out! This is actually a postformed edge, not a specific to Formica® Brand edging treatment. You can work with a fabricator/postformer to achieve a similar look. Let us know how else we can help!
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Formica Group
Hi, there. It is possible to undermount a sink with laminate! Check out our blog post about it: http://bit.ly/LvvR6J ... Karran is the manufacturer of the undermount sinks for laminate and would be your best resource for more information. (We link to them and show their video in our blog post!). Formica® Laminate is resistant to scratches and impact under normal use conditions. Lengthy exposure to temperatures over 140* F (60* C) may cause the laminate to separate from the core material. We recommend utilizing a trivet or hot-pad when setting any hot objects directly on laminate surfaces.
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DirectSinks
I was just going to say, the only sink brand that I know that can be mounted under neath a formica top is Karran. :) Formica Group beat me to it!
last Monday at 11:13am   
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April 9, 2014
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Kitchen Counters: Plastic Laminate Offers Options Aplenty

Whatever color or pattern your heart desires, this popular countertop material probably comes in it Full Story
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Formica Group
Hi, there, bethb331! Have you seen our IdealEdge™ product? The bullnose profile might be just fit the bill! IdealEdge™ is suitable for curved, clipped or 90 degree corners. And, if you're concerned about pattern repeat in a granite look-a-like, our 180fx™ laminate line doesn't repeat for up to 5 feet. Here is a brochure with information about the available IdealEdge™ profiles: http://bit.ly/1qrXsFb. You can check out our 180fx™ patterns and order free samples here: http://bit.ly/1fMSoWX. Hope this helps, and let us know if you need any additional information. You can find all kinds of 180fx™ and IdealEdge™ combinations on our Houzz profile page, too-http://www.houzz.com/pro/formica-group/formica-group
April 9, 2014 at 11:27am   
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cmrj
Hi bethb331! I did my kitchen island in wilsonart marble with a corian edge. It looks really good and after 2 years I'm still very happy with it.
April 9, 2014 at 11:52am   
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Rose Friton
I have corian with a bullnose edge I personally don't like the fancy edges--hard to clean groves etc .. Corian Looks and feels wonderful, compared to stone (granite). Upkeep on granite is hard but with corian you can erase damages. Also, corian (Wilsonart, same thing.) can be repaired easily compared to a leak in laminate. You can get laminate without mitered corner seams. That's the best, no water or moisture can damage the seams (bad seams swell up and nothing can be done other than replacement....
April 9, 2014 at 12:14pm   
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Formica Group
Hi, thanks for reaching out. As a surfacing provider, we only have information on the countertops in this picture.
April 7, 2014 at 12:34pm   
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Hello, thanks for reaching out. Unfortunately, we only have front and side views of this island.
April 1, 2014 at 5:21am   
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Hello, thanks for reaching out. We do have some of our photos running as "sponsored" on the Houzz network, and this is one of them, which is most likely why you're seeing it frequently.
April 1, 2014 at 5:20am   
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vonnieh77
I believe running it so many times and having it pop up in unrelated searches, like bathrooms for instance, is counter productive, besides the decor and design is so clinical, it's maddening to see it so many times. "In your face" means I won't buy.
April 1, 2014 at 9:01am   
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Formica Group
Hi, thanks for reaching out. We're raising your question with our installation experts and will get back to you as soon as we can with an answer!
March 27, 2014 at 11:52am   
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jessierasche
Thanks. Would it be possible to just seal the substrate close to the sink before adding the Formica?
March 28, 2014 at 7:00am   
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Formica Group
Hi, Lisa. Unfortunately, as a surfacing manufacturer, we only can verify the countertop material in this photograph. We don't design the entire kitchen for the photo shoot, and we’re not knowledgeable about the paint in this picture. Sorry we don’t have more information for you. Thanks for reaching out.
March 27, 2014 at 7:23am   
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1emerson
this is annoying that this photo keeps repeating in searches! Shamless advertising formica!!
March 28, 2014 at 8:45pm     
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March 27, 2014
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Get More From Your Kitchen Island

Display, storage, a room divider — make your kitchen island work harder for you with these examples as inspiration Full Story
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Formica Group
Great ideabook, Kathryn-and thanks for the inclusion! Here is a close-up of the shelving for the first photo, featuring 6610 Endless Graytone and 6616 Mint Dotscreen.
March 27, 2014 at 6:52am     
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Dura Supreme Cabinetry
Shea Joy - Here's another example of a kitchen island that includes a built in dining room seating... It's a great floor plan for homeowners who like to entertain while they prepare meals. This island also has bar seating on the other side of the island.
White on White Transitional Kitchen 1
White on White Transitional Kitchen 2
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tammy8395
One thing to keep in consideration when you plan your island is how you think you will most use it. My mom has a taller island but mine (see above a few comments) is fairly low. My mom was telling someone that "we" like a higher counter on our islands. I had to correct her on that one because while she mostly uses hers for chopping and serving, I mostly use mine for baking and other food prep. A lower height makes rolling out pie dough and kneading bread dough much easier because you can put your weight into it. If you have room, then you can enjoy the luxury of a multi height island, but I don't have room.
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