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Sophisticated Quartz Worktops in Colchester, Essex 

Granite Unlimited manufactures and instals the finest quartz worktops in Colchester. Quartz is the second most abundant material in the Earth's continental crust after feldspar. With the addition of some colour and adhesive, it has been used to create a superb work surface material, available in a huge variety of colours and finishes. 
Quartz countertops have a similar look and feel to granite, however, they provide a more consistent colour and pattern throughout the finish of the surface. In fact, quartz countertops are not a natural stone worktop, but a synthetic stone instead. 
We offer leading brands, such as Silestone and Ceasarstone, and more exclusive brands, such as Nilestone, Classic Quartz and Bloomstone. In addition, we only provide quartz made in a highly-controlled factory environment. 
Call us today for a competitive quote from a company that always does an excellent job. Alternatively, feel free to enquire for further information about our opulent quartz worktops in Colchester. 

Low-Maintenance Quartz Countertops in Colchester 

Our quartz countertops in Colchester feature qualities similar to that of natural stone, however, the strength and durability they offer is like no other solid surface. In addition they are 100% stain and waterproof, and offer exceptional resistance against heat, scratches, and daily wear and tear. 
Quartz is also easier to maintain and clean than other materials. As they are non-porous, our quartz kitchen worktops do not require periodic sealing or polishing, repelling unwanted bacteria and cross-contamination. 
Take a look at our gallery to find your dream quartz countertops in Colchester. 
See our range of Quartz slabs in stock 

The Properties of Quartz 

Benefits of Quartz 

Extremely durable 
Heat resistance 
100% non-porous 
Perfect for allergens 
Available in a range of colours and finishes 
Never has to be sealed 
More affordable 

Why Other Natural Stone May Be Better 

Not 100% natural stone 
Less dramatic veins or flecks 
No point in choosing exact slab as they all look identical 
Can vary in quality dependent on the brand chosen 
Potential difficult installation 

Bespoke Quartz Kitchen Worktops in Colchester 

Our worktops are completely made-to-order, so unsave that ready-made counter you were looking at and indulge in our bespoke measuring process. Not only will it save you money, you will be supporting an environmentally friendly way of purchasing a worktop without the extra waste. 
Our quartz slabs measure approximately 3200 x 1600 mm and are available in both 20 mm and 30 mm formats, from which we can fabricate to various thicknesses. 
With a price range between £250 to £800 per square metre, we offer quartz surfaces to suit all budgets. 
Have peace of mind knowing our team of highly-skilled kitchen worktop fitters will install your new quartz worktops in Colchester with finesse. With over 30 years of experience, why not visit our showroom and talk to our experienced stonemasons? 

Durable Quartz Breakfast Bars in Colchester 

If you're looking for a centrepiece for your kitchen, then why not go for a quartz breakfast bar in Colchester? We are highly experienced in designing, supplying, and fitting centre islands in the Essex area, just take a look at our testimonials! We ensure this will be a piece that will make your guests envy your luxurious new breakfast bar. 
We believe that no kitchen is complete without an elegant breakfast bar and matching barstools. It’s not just a place for your first meal of the day, but a talking point among family and friends, and serves as a great excuse for get-togethers. 
With our knowledgeable stonemasonry team, you'll be sure to get an amazing piece to complete a kitchen of any design. With Granite Unlimited's kitchen worktops in Colchester, you can't go wrong, so get in touch to start developing your project. 
Quartz Worktops
Caesarstone Worktop
Quartz Worktop
White Starlight Worktop
White Starlight 
Black Starlight Worktop
Black Starlight 

Made-to-Measure Quartz Worktops in Colchester 

Here at Granite Unlimited, we are proud the materials we use when installing our made-to-measure quartz worktops in Colchester are highly efficient and beautiful. This flexibility gives our designers much creativity for features such as kitchen islands, peninsulas, and breakfast bars. 
To find out more about the contemporary materials we use in our kitchen worktops in Colchester, select the links below: 
Granite Worktops – Natural stone worktops providing an elegant look and feel 
Quartz Worktops – Durable and heat-resistant available in a wide choice of finishes 
Corian Worktops – Smooth surface available in multiple colours and patterns 
Neolith Worktops – Elegant surface with great resistance to UV rays and high temperatures 
Dekton Worktops – Sophisticated surface ready for long-term, everyday usage 
If you're looking to redesign your kitchen on a budget, then quartz is the material for you. To find out more about the quartz we offer, contact us today. We also supply fireplaces and granite tables if you are looking for a matching piece in every room. 
Based on the Essex Suffolk boarder Granite Unlimited regularly work in Colchester, Clacton, Frinton, Walton, Thorpe le soken, Wivenhoe, Frating, Elmstead Market, Brightlingsea, West Mersea, Harwich, Manningtree, Coggeshall, Kelvedon, Maldon, Halstead, Braintree, Chelmsford, Felixstowe, Brentwood, Canvey Island, Harlow, Epping, St Albans, Watford, Bishops Stortford, Luton, Stevenage, Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds, Newmarket, Lowestoft, Great Yarmouth, Norwich, Ely, Peterborough, Northampton, Haverhill, Stowmarket , Sudbury, Southend, Ipswich, Maidstone, Rochford 


What is a quartz worktop? 
It is common for people to have misconceptions about quartz. They understand that it is extremely durable and mistake it for a natural stone worktop. Quartz worktops actually belong to the engineered stone family, meaning they are not made from completely natural forming products. In the case of quartz countertops, crushed quartz is combined with polymer resins and colour pigments. Although they contain over 90% natural quartz, other artificial ingredients are introduced which classifies them as an engineered stone. 
Do quartz worktops stain? 
People often opt for quartz worktops because they are extremely durable. Unlike granite, a quartz countertop is non porous. This means not only does it not need to be sealed, but it is highly resistant to stains. For the most part, you do not need to worry about your quartz worktop staining. There are rare exceptions, however. In certain conditions, the polymers used may experience slight chemical transformations. This can occur if a harsh chemical was left on your quartz countertop for some time. A quartz worktop is only likely to stain in rare circumstances, however. The majority of the time, you do not need to worry. 
How do I clean a quartz worktop? 
Strong, tough and non porous, a quartz worktop is extremely easy to clean and maintain. Though the initial cost to install quartz worktops is comparatively high, you will make great savings as they are inherently low maintenance. It is recommended that, to clean your quartz worktop, you use a soft cloth, some warm water and a non-abrasive cleaner. There are low pH cleaners widely available on the market that have been specially formulated for quartz. Although quartz is highly resistant to stains, it is good practice to routinely clean your surfaces and mop up any spills. They are durable, but they are not invincible. Highly acidic materials, if left long enough, can discolour the stone. 
How much do quartz worktops cost? 
As we make our quartz worktops to measure, it is impossible to say precisely how much our granite worktops cost. The best way to learn an accurate answer to this question is to get in touch with us or visit our showroom to speak with one of our highly knowledgeable team members who can point you in the right direction. 
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