Glass Recycled Unveils Hundreds of New GlassSLAB Countertop Color Options

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Texas-based Glass Recycled – a manufacturer of environmentally-friendly products that serve the construction and interior design industry – announces hundreds of new color combinations that are now available for use in their recycled glass countertops, walls, flooring and décor items

“Dream it, achieve it may sound like a familiar statement, but with GlassSLAB countertops it really is true. Our added colors make any custom color combination possible" stated CEO Tim Whaley.

GlassSLAB is the company’s premier product. Made from recycled glass and epoxy in a terrazzo-like manufacturing process, GlassSlab is a fabulous ‘new breakthrough’ alternative being used in kitchens, bathrooms, bars and any other countertop application. Offering the beauty and durability of granite, GlassSLAB’s patented process brings the added benefit of nearly limitless color combinations. Whereas granite users may only select from what nature provides and is currently being mined, each piece of GlassSLAB is custom formulated and manufactured from the customers’ specific design input. Recycled glass itself – including mirror and porcelain finishes – comes in hundreds of colors; and when blended with epoxy to match exact paint color choices, the final combined color choices becomes limitless. Until recently, the company offered 40-50 standard color designs, but design demand encouraged them to modify the selection and add hundreds of new samples to their product line.

“Architects, designers and even homeowners have caught on to our philosophy that they can – in fact – have just about any color countertop they would like- and have started getting very creative in their choices!” stated company owner and inventor of the exclusive recycled glass product Tim Whaley. “Since we have the ability to quickly produce actual samples, they not only can conceive but can actually touch and feel the final product before making a final decision.’

To help this process, the company has just unveiled a new showcase on it’s website where designers can actually view color choices of glass and epoxy colors and create their own custom design, – which is then created at Glass Recycled’s manufacturing plant and shipped to the designer.

GlassSLAB countertops are available in a variety of sizes and since the product is all custom-produced, virtually any countertop area can be achieved. GlassSLAB countertops already grace hundreds of luxury homes, restaurants, and a variety of business including banks, office buildings, schools and more. It is cost-effective, durable and easy to maintain as well as stunning and environmentally-friendly.

“Dream it, achieve it may sound like a familiar statement, but with GlassSLAB recycled glass countertops it really is true. The design industry has responded to our added color lines very favorably, resulting in a major sales increase over the last few months,” Whaley elaborated. “To be able to match anything their mind can conceive and not be restrained by the short list of color choices that granite or terrazzo offers. In addition, knowing they are really helping the environment by alleviating landfills of thousands of pounds of un-used glass daily makes GlassSLAB a great opportunity in countertops for everyone.”

In addition to GlassSLAB for countertop use, the firm has created three additional sub-brands including GlassPLANK is the company’s unique recycled glass flooring and wall panel product, GlassDECOR that can be transformed into uniquely designed interior products such as table tops, glass panels, ceiling tiles and other imaginable applications and GlassSCAPE – which is loose, bagged recycled glass and porcelain aggregate product that can be used as a permanent and beautiful alternative to groundcover, mulch or used in fountain and aquariums.

Glass Recycled has been featured on HGTV, DIY and Extreme Home Makeover. To find out more about this cutting-edge product – which is marketed and fabricated in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas and shipped internationally as needed, visit, phone 888.523.7894 or contact glassrecycled(at)gmail(dot)com.


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