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Silestone Worktops

Made of 90% natural quartz, Silestone is an exceptionally durable material and an ideal option for countertops. Its exquisite properties do not just make your kitchen countertops durable and long-lasting but also improve the overall aesthetics of your space. Silestone comes in a wide range of colours, giving homeowners multiple options to pick what goes best with their kitchen’s overall appearance.

Granite Tops UK, a leading company supplying Silestone worktops near you, specialises in worktop installations locally and nationwide. With our highest quality Silestone worktops and excellent customer service, we ensure to provide unique solutions to our clients that perfectly match their vision.

Why Choose Silestone for Kitchen Worktops?

Non-Porous: Owing to their non-porous surface, Silestone kitchen countertops are resistant to bacteria, viruses, and staining. 

Scratch Resistant: Silestone has great resistance to scorches and scratches, making it a durable option for kitchen worktops.

Easy to Maintain: There is no need for special maintenance or any sealing for Silestone kitchen worktops; all they require is simple cleaning using mild soap and a soft cloth.

High Impact Resistant: Thanks to the excellent impact resistance of the Silestone worktops, they can handle almost all kitchen items without any damage.

Acid Resistant: The quartz that makes up Silestone is the hardest mineral, making it extremely acid-resistant.

Colour Range: Available in a wide range of colours and patterns, you can choose the one that matches your kitchen’s overall appearance.

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Our Silestone Countertop Installation Process

  • Taking Measurements and Cut: Firstly, our experts will take measurements and cut the silestone to fit the countertop. We will use the wet saw for cutting the worktop and measuring tape to ensure accuracy.
  • Surface Preparation: Once we have the perfect-sized countertop, we will remove the existing worktop, clean it, and make any repairs if required.
  • Mortar and Grout Applications: Next, we will apply and spread the mortar using a trowel and grout using a putty knife.
  • Countertop Sealing: Once the grout and mortar are in place, we will employ silicone sealant to seal the corners of the worktop in order to make it water-tight.
  • Countertop Installation: Lastly, the Silestone worktop will be installed using a cordless drill to secure the cabinets’ worktop.

Silestone Worktops Maintenance

You can keep your Silestone countertops in top condition by following these steps:

  • Clean the spills right away with a wet, soft cloth.
  • Always dry the countertops with a dry cloth after cleaning.
  • Avoid dust and dirt accumulation on the Silestone surface.
  • Use cleaners specially designed for Silestone countertops.

Worktop Size: The width and length of the worktops impact the price. The larger and thicker the worktop, the higher the overall price.

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Let us create bespoke Silestone countertops for you to make your kitchen more practical and visually attractive. Connect with our experts to discuss your requirements and get an instant quote!


Silestone is a heat-resistant material. However, remember that extreme changes in temperature can harm the surface. Thus, it is recommended to avoid placing hot pans and pots on it.         

Silestone worktops are commonly used in bathrooms and kitchens. Besides this, Silestone can also be used in flooring and wall cladding.

Silestone worktops are less prone to damage due to their excellent resistance to knocks, heat, stains, and scratches. However, it’s recommended to treat them with proper care, as excessive carelessness can lead to serious damage.

It is recommended to use a mild countertop cleaner, especially resin or silicon-based, apply it to the surface and rub with a clean, soft cloth until the stains are removed.

The Silestone countertop cost depends on many factors, such as size, thickness, design, etc. Generally, it may range from £300-£500 m2.