Using quartz in your kitchen is an excellent way to upgrade the aesthetics of a space. Its range of available colours, patterns, gloss or matt finish ensure that you'll have no problem finding something well-suited for your specific design preferences.
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the right kind of quartz worktops
When selecting quartz worktops, there are a variety of things that must be taken into consideration. Not only should one consider the color, style and finish for harmonious aesthetic integration with your space – but also being mindful to choose an appropriate thickness suitable for its purpose. It is equally important to source from reputable suppliers and installers who can provide quality materials as well as expert installation services; this will enable you to make the most out of these resilient yet beautiful surfaces in terms of durability and longevity.
Why Choose Quartz Worktops?
Established as an industry-leading material, quartz is prized for its superior strength and resilience. Composed of 90% natural granite – one of the most durable substances on earth – along with a blend of resins, polymers and pigments, this fabled artificial rock provides exceptional durability that resists cracks and pores. Offering additional protection from chipping or scratching , it’s no wonder why these surfaces remain favored in homes across the globe; their vast colour range brings beauty to any setting while adding value at every turn!
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Other Quartz Materials
Quartz is a revolutionary construction material that incorporates the best aspects of modern engineering and natural stone. It has garnered popularity for its unique characteristics, including an extensive palette of colours and textures, stain and scratch resistant and non-porous features – making it ideal to be used in kitchens and bathrooms alike! Below are just some examples from our comprehensive selection so you can experience this versatile material firsthand.
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How To Care For Your Quartz Worktops
- Clean spills immediately to prevent staining.
- Use a mild detergent and a soft cloth or sponge for regular cleaning.
- Avoid abrasive cleaners, scrubbers, and sharp objects that can scratch the surface.
- Use trivets or hot pads to protect the surface from heat damage.
- Avoid exposing quartz worktops to harsh chemicals such as bleach, solvents, or acids.
- Consider using a sealant to protect the surface from staining and water damage.
- Wipe up water to prevent water stains on the surface.
- Don’t place heavy items directly on the surface to prevent cracking.
- Avoid exposing quartz worktops to direct sunlight for extended periods to prevent fading.
- Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for maintenance and care.
Follow these simple guidelines and your worktops will look as beautiful as the day it was installed for many years to come.
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key benefits of quartz worktops
Variety of Styles
Quartz has a large variety of styles, colours and textures. Therefore, making it a worktop surface that is bespoke and tailored to your taste.
We wouldn’t recommend leaving hot pans on the worktop.
Not recommended or advised.
Quartz has many styles, colours, textures, and finishes available. Whether you want a marble or granite type of look, Quartz is an attractive and affordable alternative.
Quartz is a great addition to both the bathroom and kitchen, due to it being non-porous, which means it does not allow liquid or air to pass through it.
Quartz is very durable and strong, meaning that it would be a great addition as a kitchen worktop, due to it being able to withstand heavy forces and cuts.
Due to Quartz being non-porous, it is extremely easy to clean and maintain this kind of worktop.