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The choice of materials for your kitchen countertops may seem never-ending, but it’s worth taking your time to make sure you choose well.
Remember, your kitchen worktop sees a lot of daily action as we use them for the preparation, serving and eating of food. They also become worlds of kids eating on them, homework and more so so must withstand constant cleaning.
Your kitchen worktops can also become the natural focal point of your kitchen and so should complement the floor and units you choose.
Your kitchen countertops should play a key role in the design process. You are going to be interacting with them throughout the day so it’s vital you choose the right style, look and surface to fit your lifestyle.
Granite is an exceedingly popular option for kitchen worktops as it is beautiful, stylish and strong. As a the result of millions of years of cooling pressurised magma we are offered a surface that is resistant to heat and scratches while retaining an incredibly unique look.
When properly sealed granite is largely stain resistant and after it is installed will not require much additional maintenance.
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Granite is a hard wearing, heat resistant, easy to clean and antibacterial surface making it ideal for kitchen countertops
Marble kitchen countertops can offer an elegant and luxurious feel
Even as the epitome of luxury marble is an affordable, natural material for the home. Every home deserves the decadence that marble offers
From marble backsplashes to marble kitchen countertops marble simply oozes a feeling of luxury transforming any kitchen into a dream kitchen. A natural stone, durable and highly resistant to heat Marble is perfect for bakers and people who love to cook.
A sophisticated and elegant look it can blend perfectly into modern kitchen designs as well as old world rustic. Marble worktops can require slightly more maintenance and care than granite as it is a softer stone thus more likely to scratch or stain
Quartz is the manmade option that is a great alternative to a natural stone countertop such as granite or marble. Natural quartz is resin fortified using industrial techniques creating a customisable and hard-wearing worktop.
Quartz has become increasingly popular over the years and provides a contemporary, uniform stone worktop. It is resistant to scratching and staining, but it isn’t as heat resistant as marble or granite.
Quartz is largely antibacterial, hard wearing, easy to clean and has no restrictions when it comes to colours.
No matter what material you prefer, McMonagle Marble and Granite can provide you with a kitchen worktop to meet your every need. Whether you prefer the luxury look of marble for your countertops and backsplashes, the rugged aesthetic that granite brings, or the fresh and polished look of quartz we will provide the correct solution.
We have a variety of options for each stone to ensure that you can find the style, colour and design that meets your exact specifications.
Remember, your countertops are the your kitchens main focal points, so it is important you take time to ensure they complement your flooring and cabinetry.
Recent projects we have completed in Marble, Quartz and Granite kitchen worktops
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