What are the Benefits of Marble Effect Worktops?
Many stones can be made into marble effect worktops such as quartz, granite, porcelain and ceramic. These are great because there’s a variety of colours, patterns and textures to choose from, so you can find the perfect fit for your home. Stones like quartz tend to be easier to use than natural marble as its lighter and more flexible. Larger slabs can also be used as the joints are inconspicuous and can be hidden easily. Depending on the look you’re going for, marble effect is a more consistent pattern throughout your worktops, whereas marble differs.
One of the biggest drawbacks of natural marble is that it tends to be more expensive. Marble-effect is a more affordable alternative. All of our work is tailor-made for our clients so you can ensure the best quality work for your home. Our suppliers such as Compac and Radianz provide stones which we turn into beautiful worktops.
As well as being beautiful, marble effect worktops have many other benefits. Stones used for marble effect, such as quartz, are non-porous. This means that germs and bacteria cannot penetrate the surface. Cleaning is as easy as wiping over with a damp soapy cloth. Being non-porous also means the liquids commonly found in the kitchen such as wine and lemon juice won’t stain. The ideal material for a bustling kitchen.
If you are searching for marble effect worktops and kitchen worktops in Brighton, please feel free to visit our showroom, where you can receive expert information and advice. We can also provide samples so you can get a feel of what you’d like. Our friendly team are always on hand with recommendations on what would go best in your home.