Quartz is an immensely strong and durable stone engineered from a mixture of crushed quartz and resin. It is a relatively modern and highly efficient and suitable countertop material for kitchen and other applications. Its posh looks, elegant finish, and wide range of colours and patterns have made it a massively popular countertop material in the UK.
Granite Tops UK has a wide range of patterns, textures, colours and finishes for quartz worktops in Leeds. We cater to various domestic and commercial applications. Give us a call to learn more about our range of quartz kitchen countertops, or visit our showroom today
A wide range of colours and patterns that quartz worktops offer can make your selection phase a little more challenging. But we are here to facilitate your decision process. Some of the major factors to be considered before choosing quartz countertops in Leeds (LS1, LS29) include:
Budget: Prices differ with the brand, colour, thickness, and installation complexity. Setting a budget helps narrow down your options.
Colour and Pattern: Choose a quartz colour and pattern that complements your kitchen or bathroom’s overall design. Consider your space style and how the quartz will coordinate with other elements like cabinets, flooring, and backsplash.
Veining and Texture: Quartz is available in a range of patterns, from solid colours to intricate veining that mimics natural stone like marble or granite. You can decide between subtle or pronounced patterns according to your preferences.
Thickness: Quartz worktops come in various thicknesses, typically 1.2 cm, 2 cm, or 3 cm. Thicker slabs offer a more luxurious and substantial look but are also heavier and more expensive.
Edge Profile: Select an edge profile that complements the style of your bathroom or kitchen. Common edge profiles include bullnose, ogee, and straight.
We proudly offer the most premium-quality quartz worktops Leeds has to offer. Our handcrafted worktops with a ten-year guarantee are precisely what your house is missing. Visit our showroom or log on to our website to take a look at our wide selection range of quartz countertops.
Some factors that can influence the overall cost of quartz worktops include:
Based on these factors, the average cost of quartz worktops can be somewhere around £375 per square metre.
Quartz is a non-porous material and cannot allow water or any other material, including bacteria, to seep through or absorb. That is why no additional treatment is required for quartz worktops.
Yes, quartz is a durable, strong, elegant and aesthetically pleasing material. It can prove to be a valuable addition to your house.
Based on the complexity and size of the project, the time required to install quartz countertops can vary. However, an average-sized kitchen can take around 2-4 hours.
Yes, quartz is a highly scratch-resistant material and can sustain its aesthetic look for a very long time.