Quartz surfaces are durable and non-porous (not allowing liquid or air to pass through it), making it waterproof and resistant to liquids, which makes it a highly hygienic material with very low maintenance.
Like granite, quartz has a sheen finish but does not require any sealing, engineered quartz does offer a uniform pattern so you know when you see it in a showroom, the one being delivered to you will be very close to that.
This manmade material contains a minimum of 90% of natural minerals, because of this it makes personalising your kitchen easier as there are a wide variety of colours to choose from.
Quartz is very hard wearing and durable; making them scratch and stain resistant, which makes these worktops very easy to maintain and clean. Quartz is very flexible and can be cut into a number of different shapes and sizes.
We have one of the largest stock of quartz worktops in the UK, which means we can offer our customers the best prices. For more information on prices and stock levels contact us.
The colours for Go Stone Quartz are:
The colours for Silestone Quartz are:
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SILESTONE OFFICIAL DISTRIBUTORS
This means we are verified to distribute Silestone products. Silestone is the world’s leading natural quartz surface. Silestone is naturally beautiful and durable quartz. Quartz is one of the most abundant minerals in nature-only diamond, sapphire and topaz are harder, besides beauty, the quartz in Silestone gives it extreme strongly, making Silestone highly scratch-resistance.
We offer a digital templating service, this makes it very quick to template your surfaces, and the systems we use are very accurate so it means when we come to fitting your worktops, you can rest assured the slabs will fit your tops perfectly.
Once all the quartz is inside, each section is lifted into position on top of the base cabinets and carefully aligned. You realise how well the templates were made as each piece fit perfectly.
When joining the worktop we put this in the most discrete and practical position for you. The slabs of quartz sit next to each other with less than a 2mm wide gap, this is then flush filled with a water tight two-part epoxy resin. The joins are not invisible nor are they intrusively obvious.
Now your joints are all set in place and you can see the amazing transformation the worktops do to your amazing new kitchen.