If you’ve decided that it is time to update your old kitchen, you’ve moved house and need to refit one, or you’re building a new property from the ground up, one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make is to choose what kind of material you’d like for your kitchen worktops. There are two main options when it comes to this decision – man made materials or natural materials. The most common man made materials include quartz, concrete and ceramic, whilst the best selling natural equivalents include wood, granite and marble. Although each choice has its own negatives and positives, and there is a wide variation in price for each of the options, granite has consistently been at the top of many people’s wish lists for a number of years now. The popularity of granite is due to several important reasons including:
- Durability – With an extremely high hardness rating, granite is able to put up with an awful lot of knocks, bangs and scratches without its surface showing any signs of damage. This makes it a great choice for households with young children or anyone else likely to give the worktop a hard time!
- Aesthetics – Most people would agree that man made products such as quartz or concrete can’t hold a candle to the unique colours and designs seen in naturally produced stones like granite. Granite has an impressive array of colours to choose from, whether you’d like deep black or the brightest of whites, granite offers an ideal choice for any taste.
- Added value – If you’re thinking about selling your house, by installing a granite worktop you could increase the value of your house and it will certainly help to attract plenty of potential buyers too.
Granite Worktops London
So, if you are looking for granite worktops in London or anywhere throughout the South East, and you need to find a company who can supply you with the best quality worktops, look no further than Marble & Granite. Marble & Granite are one of the areas top manufacturers, suppliers and fitters of all types and styles of kitchen worktops including quartz, ceramic and granite. For more information on prices, materials, sizing, colours or anything else, just call one of the team on 01992 535 038. Alternatively, you can simply visit the Marble & Granite website to find out information, order stone samples and receive a quotation – www.marbleandgranite.co.uk.