Enjoy durability and style with Quartz worktops
Quartz’ popularity as worktop surface is thanks to the fact that it is one of the hardest natural minerals found in the world, as well as one of the best looking. Quartz is a ‘reconstituted’ – or –‘engineered’ – stone, meaning that it has been manufactured by mixing quartz crystals with resin and pigment, usually in a ratio of 93% quartz. Due to this high percent of quartz crystals, quartz is also still referred to as a natural stone.
Quartz is non-porous, meaning that bacteria cannot grow on the worktop, ensuring that you and your family have a hygienic environment to prepare food in. This also means that it’s resistant against stains, making kitchen clean-up a breeze and keeping the worktops looking brand new. Quartz worktops also offer reasonable heat resistance, an essential for the kitchen; putting down a hot pan or plates won’t cause any serious damage to the surface.
Unique, low maintenance surfaces
As well as these practical qualities, quartz is also a beautiful material, available in a wide variety of colours including white, brown, black, and even gold or blue. Quartz worktops feature small amounts of metallic and glass flecks, adding unique detail to every worktop crafted from it. Quartz is suitable for endless kitchen styles and colour schemes, being available in such a range of natural colours and patterns. The natural beauty of quartz brings character and life to any kitchen, whilst fitting in perfectly with its style. Quartz worktops also have the visual appeal of looking like they’re been lifted straight from Mother Nature.
Installing your quartz worktop
If you decide on a quartz worktop, then we can begin the project with our specialist templating service. We’ll survey your kitchen to get a precise idea of what we’re working with, consulting with you at every step so that kitchen you have in mind becomes a reality.
To transform your kitchen with a stunning quartz worktop, then get in touch with us today for a quote or to arrange an initial consultation.