Granite worktops are a popular choice for many homeowners owing to their natural beauty, durability, and timeless appeal. Made from natural stone quarried from the earth, granite is a unique and luxurious material that can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any space.
One of the main advantages of granite worktops is their natural beauty. Each piece of granite is unique, with its own patterns, colours, and veining. This means that no two granite worktops in Knightsbridge will look exactly the same, giving your home a one-of-a-kind aesthetic. Moreover, the granite worktops we produce at Marble & Granite are available in a wide range of colours and patterns, from classic black and white to vibrant blues and greens, making it easy to find a style that matches your personal taste and the overall aesthetic of your home.
In addition to being beautiful, granite worktops are also extremely durable. Granite is a hard, dense stone that is resistant to scratches and chips, making it an ideal choice for high-traffic areas like kitchens and bathrooms. Furthermore, once sealed, granite is non-porous, which means that it does not absorb liquids, and therefore it does not stain easily, and it is not affected by acidic substances such as citrus fruits or red wine.
Granite worktops are also low maintenance and easy to clean. They only need to be sealed once a year to keep the surface protected, and they can be cleaned with simple soap and water. Moreover, once sealed, the surface of granite worktops makes it difficult for bacteria to grow.
Another benefit of granite worktops is that they are timeless and can add value to your home. Unlike trendier materials that may go out of style, granite is a classic and timeless material that has been used for centuries in both residential and commercial settings. This, in turn, will add value to your home if you ever decide to sell it.
Many of our customers in Watford opt for quartz for their worktops. Why? Well, apart from any other considerations, quartz worktops in Watford are totally non-porous so it also means that bacteria cannot grow on them, which is exactly what you want when using a worktop for preparing foods.
Quartz is a man-made material which uses a mix of natural quartz combined with resins. This means that you do need to take care not to put very hot pans on them straight off the hob or out of the oven but should always use a trivet. Aside from that, it is almost impossible to damage quartz work surfaces in any way at all.
Our quartz worktops come in a wide choice of different colours and patterns which are produced by top manufacturers including Caesarstone, Silestone, Cambria, and several others.