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Plane surfaces and concrete surfaces are essentially very similar to natural or artificial stone flat surfaces, due to their similar weight and feel. The advantage of concrete is it´s limitless modeling opportunities, so there is no residue of oddly shaped fillings as with other rocks, such as marble and granite which drives up their price. The form is re-shapable to accommadate holes or even pockets of different size and shape to hold items such as wine bottles. It is also possible to bring out steps or terraces in the mould which can later be refined and fitted with timber creating a cutting board in the working surface. The biggest competitors composite stone (which is a mixture of polymers and stone dust) begins to deform in contact with high-temperature, such danger with concrete, which can handle much higher temperature without any damage, does not occur.