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The Leading Edges by Patrick J. Galvin Ordinary countertops for ordinary kitchens are available with either square or rolled edges, at ridiculously low prices from local fabricators, from distributors, or even from home centers in stock lengths. But there is a better answer for the builder who wants to wow the customer who is looking for more and is willing to pay for it. For the builder it will mean more profit. That answer is custom edging. This trend began with the marriage of wood edges and decorative laminate surfacing. But now it has expanded to imaginative combinations of a variety of materials. The new edge treatments were highlighted at this year's National Kitchen/Bath Conference in Atlanta in a seminar that combined