Compac Quartz worktops are experiencing a fantastic growth. This is driven by the durability and finesse quartz delivers. A great kitchen choice which is increasing in interest as it offers the appearance of stone without the associated maintenance generally associated with natural materials.

Quartz is the most durable stone surface option you can buy for a countertop. Granite is exceedingly robust, but as a natural material, it has differences of absorbency and hardness that is built in within natural products, such as you would expect with hardwood timbers, as an example. These are not traits that are consistent within quartz.

Compac Quartz is a mixture made up of more than 90% natural quartz, which makes it extraordinarily tough and practical. It is a fantastic choice for kitchen worktops, bathrooms, staircases, floors and wall cladding.

Additionally, it offers abroad choice of varying shades of quartz colour, offering a vast range of finish choices from a kitchen surface to a total project for a range of decorative finishes. Compac Quartz is an investment for the future and because of its durability, Compac Quartz is going to perform superbly for your project.

The most common mineral on the surface of the earth, quartz (aka Silicon Dioxide), combined with scientific advancements to create an exceptional made stone alternative. The core ingredient is developed to be mixed together with additional additives to create Compac Quartz worktops. The big bonus of this material, over any other, is the fact, as is human created the colour is laboratory controlled so you are ensured of colour exactness regardless of how many collective pieces will be required to complete your refurbishment works.

If you would like to get a better understanding for how this versatile material would be suitable your specific project, a good initial starting point would be to take a look at our gallery below highlighting finished projects in a vast range of hues. Some of the ranges are available with different surfaces such as leather finish. Simply click on the link underneath for finish options to see some of what you can have. When using materials, the various texture finishes are an add on service that we can perform for you, this is not the case with quartz. By changing the counter texture of quartz, this would effectively null and void the manufacturers guarantee. On this basis, the texture alterations are those carried out by the manufacturer. Silestone & Compac is the only producers that offer different textural finishing.

Once you have chosen colour, brand name and finishing options the next step will be the fabrication. This relates to what we can do with the sheet product for cut outs, edge profiles etc. Simply click on the image for fabrication options below and you will get a better feel for this.

With the recent drive in interest for this product, multiple producers now have branches within Great Britain offering a huge collection of over 600 colours. The best producers for quartz slabs are listed below. Simply click on one of the logos below to read more about the brand name in question and choices available. A Compac Quartz worktop is one of the best choices within the UK.

There are a few alternative quartz products available. Some of these we have fabricated in the past. Our experience and historical use have highlighted that a high percentage of quartz products shipped in from the Far East, as an example, are of a low grade where it is almost impossible to get the facing edge of the product to be polished. Be careful if you choose a quartz brand other than these detailed underneath from a.n.other manufacturer. With these poor quality products, chemicals are put on by the stone mason to the leading edge, to make the material appear polished. In a short duration of time, this will wear off leaving a dull face edge and occasionally much worse with scrapes and lines that were not previously visible. These low grade materials really should be avoided, especially when you remember that they will only change a quotation by a token value. Essentially, if you choose a dirt cheap quartz material, you will in the main, just be choosing quartz sheets where the quartzite element of the product has been reduced to enable cheaper pricing or worse still for the stone mason to retain more money. The quartzite reduction decreases the materials expected lifespan. This renders it considerably easy to scrape and is likely to have a dull finish. To put this in straightforward, common sense, if cheaper, top grade products were obtainable they would already be part of our product offering. It might well be there is a just cause why we don’t offer these now!

To obtain the most competitive estimate available for your quartz tops it would be worth looking at our range of most popular colours. These options offer a colour perfectly suited for absolutely any kitchen with over 60 variables. The striking disparity between the most popular colours and the brand name options is just that the most popular options are materials that we fabricate daily. This translates to if your work requires the utilisation of a partial slab, you will only be liable for what is used, and the left over materials will be used for another customer. If you choose by brand, you will be liable for all of the sheets purchased to carry out your works. We will not be in a position to make use of the remaining materials as we do not use these options frequently enough. Another reason of using the most popular colour choices is that this range is available to undertake an instant online quote.