Transforming your kitchen worktops is one factor that can completely transform your entire kitchen. Along with a beautiful glass splashback and a new granite worktop, your whole kitchen will have the modern and contemporary feel that you desire.
There are lots of choices for worktops in Kent and London markets, but there are three clear cost effective options:
Quartz kitchen worktops, Granite kitchen worktops, and Marble kitchen worktops.
Granite worktops have come a long way in the past few years and are a very cost effective option for your kitchen . They are durable and have a nonporous surface that minimizes the build-up of bacteria.
If you want a low maintenance, affordable worktops that offers a wide range of colours, patterns and textures to match your kitchen and floor colours, then granite is the best option for your new kitchen countertops.
Granite ranges in price from £280 to £470 per square metre. The price includes having the worktops manufactured to size, polishing, sealing and installation. Granite is usually 20mm or 30mm thick, but an edge can be added to make it look like it is 40mm or more thick. In general, a thicker edge may cost £250 to £500 depending on how much edging is needed.
Quartz is the most popular surface in UK kitchens and being made of quartz, these worktops are solid, stable and naturally resistant to bacteria and staining. There is just something about a quartz work surfaces that gives a high end feel and a sense of sophistication to your kitchen.
kitchen quartz countertops are slightly more cheaper than granite worktops, but they have a wide colour range. The decision however, between the two worktops materials really comes down to personal choice and deciding which style and colours compliment your existing kitchen.
As the Worktop is such a large flat surface in your kitchen, your choice of colour can often make or break a kitchen. Worktops are a highly visible element so you want your colour choice to compliment your cabinetry and flooring.
There are many quartz worktops slabs supplier in UK. However, these are the most popular slabs supplier
Silestone, Casarstone, Compac, Cosentino, CRL, Compac, Dekton, lunastone, Neolith, Cimstone and Unistone
quartz countertops ranges in price from £250 to £550 per square metre. The price includes having the quartz worktops manufactured to size, polishing, sealing and installation. as granite, quartz also is usually 20mm or 30mm thick, but an edge can be added to make it look like it is 40mm or more thick. In general, a thicker edge may cost £250 to £500 depending on how much edging is needed.
For more information on kitchen stone worktops services, Call us on 02083124554 to speak to our engineer or you can visit us at our office in Unit 26 Kencot Close Business Park, Kent, DA18 4AB
Palazzo Stone works across London, Kent,Surrey, and Essex providing and installing all kitchen stone worktops including Silestone worktops, granite worktops and Caesarstone worktops.