Stone Kitchen Worktops

  • Stone kitchen worktops in Silestone, Compaq, Marble and granite
  • Stone kitchen worktops in Silestone, Compaq, Marble and granite
  • Stone kitchen worktops
  • Stone kitchen worktops
  • Stone kitchen worktops in Silestone, Compaq, Marble and granite
  • Stone kitchen worktops in Silestone, Compaq, Marble and granite
  • Stone kitchen worktops
  • Stone kitchen worktops

Why choose stone kitchen worktops?

With a variety of natural stone and engineered stone options in different designs, colours and finishes, selecting the right stone worktop for your fitted kitchen is an easy task!

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Leekes offer worktops in three stone finishes:

Granite Worktops

Granite worktops are a popular choice due to its hardwearing properties and attractive mottled appearance. The glossy finish belies its incredibly hardwearing properties and resistance to heat. 

Virtually indestructible and available in a high gloss or matt finish in a variety of shades and colours, granite adds a sleek, contemporary look to your kitchen and can be pre-cut to include sink inserts for a seam-free finish.

To maintain your granite worktops, clean with a mild washing up liquid solution, and avoid abrasive cleaners or ones containing lemon, vinegar or other acids, as these will dull the surface.


Points to consider

Granite worktops are very resistant to heat, stains and water damage and can be pre-cut to include sink inserts and draining grooves. The tough yet cool surface is perfect for making pastry and dough BUT compared to other worktops, it can be both expensive and heavy. Units underneath may also require reinforcement and red wine, tea and coffee can also leave stains.

Book your free no-obligation design appointment now to find out more.

Quartz Worktops

As the hardest mineral next to precious stones, it may be argued that quartz is as good as it gets - an engineered stone made from natural quartz bound with resin, its properties make it ideal for the kitchen. Quartz is designed to last a life time, extremely hard wearing, durable, scratch resistant and can withstand higher heat levels than granite.

Quartz is non-porous therefore quartz worktops don't require sealing. Unlike granite, quartz does not require maintenance, making it ideal for busy modern life.

Quartz worktops are very versatile and available in many colours and finishes making it easy for you to find the best worktop to compliment your kitchen. As an engineered stone, quartz is more uniform than other stone finishes with little variation between slabs so you can rest assured that what you see is what you will get.


Points to consider

Whilst being hard wearing and durable, quartz is also very heavy and seams are visible although hardly if installed well.

Book your free no-obligation design appointment now to find out more.

Silestone® Worktops

Silestone® is a compound made up of 94% natural quartz bringing the best of natural stone to your worktop and making it extraordinarily hard and resistant. The non-porous composition is highly resistant to stains including wine and coffee as well as having high acid resistance to external aggressions.

Silestone® is set apart from other quartz surfaces due to its anti-bacterial protection, making it an ideal material within your kitchen space. The bacteriostatic protection technology in Silestone® surfaces uses the latest generation silver ions to prevent the propagation of bacteria.

Silestone® is available in over 60 colours in different textures, ensuring that there is a style for every kitchen.

 

Points to consider

Although Silestone® is remarkably strong and resistant, it is also very heavy to work with and will required expert installation to ensure that seams aren't visible.

Book your free no-obligation design appointment now to find out more.

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