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Premium quartz kitchen worktops

Melrosa have specialised in producing luxury quartz worktops for a variety of kitchen styles and unique needs for over 50 years. Our quartz worktops are resourced from the finest quarries around the world and we combine advanced technology with years of skilled craftsmanship to create truly high-quality kitchen surfaces that will add a touch of class to your home.

To get a FREE quote on bespoke marble, granite, and quartz kitchen worktops, get in touch or come and see our extensive range of styles and patterns in person at our North West showroom.

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Why use Quartz?

Quartz is often used in kitchen and home worktops due to its sophisticated appearance and durability, similar to the properties of granite worktops.

Because quartz is made primarily from natural stone, no two quartz slabs are the same. This means you can choose from a multitude of different colours and patterns and have something truly bespoke in your home, something that no one else in the world can claim to have.

Quartz kitchen worktops are also incredibly hard-wearing and virtually maintenance-free, making quartz the perfect material to use in busy areas of the home like the kitchen or bathroom. Want to know more about our quartz kitchen worktops? Get in touch and speak to one of our experts today.

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Quartz Worktops

How are quartz worktops made?

Our quartz worktops are engineered using a mixture of quartz, resins and colours. Quartz minerals are ground and fused with resin, and then we use heat and pressure to produce a stunning slab of quartz. Colour pigments will then be added to the worktop to enhance its attractive aesthetic. This means that you can design some elements of your quartz kitchen worktop, making it truly bespoke to your tastes.

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Characteristics of quartz worktops

Quartz countertops are a popular option for homeowners looking to add a sophisticated element to their living spaces and have many benefits.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do quartz worktops stain?

As quartz has an extremely low absorption rate, this makes it very resistant to stains. It is almost completely non-porous which makes it far more low maintenance.

Are quartz worktops more expensive than granite?

Granite is more expensive than quartz because it is more resistant to scratching, however, many people prefer the aesthetics of quartz, so it really comes down to personal choice.

To compare prices of our quartz and granite worktops, contact us to get a quote.

What are the disadvantages of quartz countertops?

Quartz countertops can be more expensive than other materials, such as wood, but it is regarded as a premium material and is a fantastic long-term investment in your home.

Can cleaning products damage the quartz?

Some of the resins and artificial pigments in our quartz kitchen worktops could potentially react if they come into contact with some types of chemicals and leave a stain. This is why we recommend using a quartz-friendly cleaner.

How do I get rid of stains on my quartz worktop?

To remove stains that cannot be removed by wiping them down, we recommend using a non-abrasive cleaning pad and quartz cleaning product. White, black and grey quartz worktops can be susceptible to stains when coming into contact with foods and liquids. For more stubborn stains, scraping with a utensil can help ease the process.

How can I prevent discolouration of my quartz worktop?

To avoid discolouration, you should try to clean up any spills as soon as they occur and make sure that you put down a cutting board rather than chopping directly on the surface. You should also avoid putting hot pans directly onto the surface as this can give it a discoloured appearance over time.

To find out more about how to maintain your quartz worktop or to have one installed, contact us today and a member of our team will be happy to advise you.

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