Our amazing quartz worktops in Birkenhead give your kitchen that Wow factor. These products have gained remarkable popularity in the last few years for a variety of reasons. For starters, they’re extremely attractive to look at and give your working space a deluxe appearance. They’re also durable compared to other types of stone that have been traditionally used as countertops, such as marble. We offer a comprehensive selection of great looking quartz worktops to customers who love that clean, hi-tech, modern effect. No matter how big or small your project, our highly-skilled, experienced craftsmen and designers are delighted to be of help. Ours is a one-stop-shop where we provide the full suite of services including templating, manufacturing and installation.
For our clients’ convenience, we have a handy call-in service, where you can give us a sketch-plan of your kitchen and we will revert with our suggestions. In Birkenhead, quartz worktops are a good choice when you partner with us. We can also provide you with design options and cost estimates that help you make easier decisions. All our products are customised to sync with your unique requirements, preferences and budget. As a family-run enterprise that has a legacy of more than 50 years, our firm enjoys an admirable reputation for custom-built, hand-made fireplaces and a range of other products. Today, we operate from purpose-built premises in the prestigious North Cheshire Trading Estate in Preston. As members of reputed associations such as BRAMM, we are proud to offer excellent quality, affordable pricing and 100% focus on customer satisfaction.
Clients choose quartz worktops in Birkenhead for several reasons – low maintenance, affordable price, stain-resistance, non-porous quality and durability. All you need to do is give your worktop a quick wipe with a damp cloth to keep it sparkling fresh and clean. Contact David Williams for more information on this wonder material. Quartz is a manufactured material, comprising part quartz, colourants and man-made resins, subjected to high heat and pressure. This material may also be known as quartzite or engineered stone and is available in a dazzling array of colours and designs. Some products incorporate flecks of glass and metal.