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There are a range of worktops available on the market, all with various finishes. The type of worktop you decide to install will depend on the look you are after within your kitchen and your budget. Whenever you choose new worktops, it is worth thinking about what sink and tap you would like to compliment the worktop finish. The last thing that you want is a worktop, sink & tap that don't go together! The other thing to think about, is the colour of doors and cupboards you are getting. As a basic rule, if you go for a light coloured worktop, the doors and cupboards should be darker and vice versa. In a small kitchen, we would recommend light coloured doors (to open out the space) and a darker worktop.

Laminate Worktops are our most popular worktop product. We have 3 ranges to pick from and all of these have a great range of colours and styles. From wood effect to sparkles, within the laminate ranges there will be a colour that compliments your cupboards and perfectly matches your kitchen. Laminate worktops are versatile, easy to keep clean and are excellent value for money.

Quartz Worktops provide a solid look to your kitchen at a fraction of the cost of Granite or Marble. We provide two quartz options, one of which is an 8mm quartz sheet which is placed over an existing laminate worktop and the second one is a worktop with an 8mm quartz layer and a core of fibreglass. Both these options allow you to have a worktop that is 40mm thick which solid quartz worktops don't allow. The finish of both worktops is fantastic and provides a high quality look within your kitchen. Quartz is a stone that is easy to keep clean, hygienic and heat resistant - although, heat mats are always recommended when placing hot pans and dishes on the worktop.

Minerva Worktops are a solid surface worktop, 25mm thick and made of blended acrylic. The worktops are available in a range of colours and can be supplied with drainage groves next to the sink and hot rods next to your hob for you to place pans on. Minerva worktops are easy to maintain and are a great option for people who want a true solid surface worktop.

Solid Wood Worktops provide a lovely, natural look to your kitchen but are not very practical when the kitchen is used a lot. Spillages have to be wiped up quickly and the worktops have to be oiled regularly. Whilst we can supply and install solid wood worktops, we do not recommend them in your kitchen.

If you would like more information on all the options available in your kitchen, why not request a copy of our brochures and guides by clicking here

To discuss your kitchen project in more depth and what options might best suit you click here to contact us.

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