What is Quartz?

Quartz is a composite material made up of quartz, resin and minerals. In today's world, quartz has become highly popular and has rapidly replaced the traditional desire for granite or marble.

Quartz is available in a wide range of colours and styles. You can view some of our samples here or book a showroom visit.

Quartz is predominantly available in 20mm and 30mm thicknesses however some suppliers now offer worktops as thin as 4mm. Contact a member of our team to find out more. You could also opt for a mitred edge and this will give you the perception of a thicker worktop.

We work with all UK leading suppliers of quartz, including but not limited to; Silestone, Caesarstone, Compac, Everest Stone and Nile Stone. All quartz is available with a minimum 10-year manufacturer's warranty and a 12-month manufacturer's warranty.

To learn more about how to care for your quartz worktops click here.

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Is quartz stain resistant?

Quartz is a non-porous material, which means that stains are easily wiped away with soapy water and a microfibre cloth. As it is a non-porous material, it is easy to keep your worktops bacteria-free. 

What finishes are quartz surface available in?

Most quartz options are available in a polished finish, however, some suppliers offer a honed and concrete finish. 

What thicknesses are available?

Quartz is generally available in 20mm or 30mm thicknesses, with some suppliers offering 8mm or 12mm options.

Do I need to seal my quartz worktops?

No! Quartz worktops do not need to be sealed. They are very low maintenance.

Is Quartz heat-resistant?

Yes! Quartz is heat-resistant, although we always recommend using trivets to place beneath your hot pans.

Is quartz scratch resistant?

Yes, quartz is scratch-resistant so you don't need to worry about day-to-day activities causing scratches.