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    If you’re looking for a more modern look, we also carry engineered quartz from brands like Caesar Stone, Cambria and Silestone. Made from one of the hardest minerals on earth, engineered quartz is arguably the most durable option for your countertops. They come in a wide variety of colors from earthy tones to more exotic colors, including fire-engine red, metallic blue and apple green.

    As an engineered alternative to granite, quartz represents a modern, stylish look for any kitchen or bathroom, while maintaining the durability and easy maintenance enjoyed by granite itself. We stock engineered quartz from leading brands such as Caesar Stone, Cambria, and Silestone.

    Non-porous – The main advantage of quartz is that it is non-porous, which means that liquid spillages can’t seep into the material, causing unsightly stains. This makes quarts one of the easiest materials to clean.

    Crack-proof – Quartz is exceptionally tough and resistant to cracking and chipping; even more so than natural granite. It’s all to easy to have a clumsy moment and drop something on your new worktop but with quartz, you needn’t worry.

    Versatile – As quartz is manufactured, you can choose from a wider range of colors and styles than you can with natural materials such as granite. That means that quartz can be worked into a design for any style or taste.

    Affordable – People often mistake quartz for being unaffordable, but trust us, it isn’t. Get in touch and we’ll give you a price list that will change your mind!

    Long-lasting – Because quartz is so durable and resistant to stains and chips, you’re getting superb value for money. This means that when you come to sell your house, it’ll still be seen as a great feature by prospective buyers, adding value to your home and guaranteeing you a great return on investment.

    Eco-friendly – Quartz for kitchens and bathrooms is manufactured from pre-mined materials rather than being specifically mined to order. And of course, we work with brands like Caesarstone ad Cambria, which manufacture quartz in the States. This means that by supporting our partnership with them, you’re reducing the mileage your quartz has traveled, meaning less of a carbon footprint.