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When you are trying to create a new look or setting for your kitchen, selecting the perfect worktop can be difficult and time-consuming. The large selection of worktop materials can make it challenging to pick the right one for your lifestyle and space. Your ideal kitchen worktop should have a unique style, durability and require low maintenance. Considering these three key elements, let’s narrow your search down to two of the main worktop materials, quartz and granite, both of which provide a wonderful solution that meets these ideal qualifications.

When deciding on what material to use for your kitchen worktop, you cannot go wrong with picking quartz or granite. Not only will these materials bring liveliness to your home but each provide their own benefits. Quartz worktops will provide you with maintenance advantages that nature itself is not able to, while granite requires higher maintenance. Neither quartz nor granite will disappoint in terms of overall look and style.

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Granite Worktops

As it’s such a beautiful, natural material, granite would look fantastic in any kitchen. Although there isn’t as much choice when it comes to colour, every granite worktop looks completely different, so you’ll never have exactly the same result as someone else.

The strength of granite is such that it can withstand high temperatures and won’t scratch easily, although you will need to clean it regularly with soap and warm water to eliminate staining. Maintain it well, and you’ll have a granite worktop to marvel for years to come.

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Quartz Worktops

If you want your worktop to have a stunning natural look without compromising on durability, quartz is the solution for you. Available in an endless range of colours including earthy browns, timeless blacks and elegant golds, you can select a shade that will perfectly complement your kitchen’s decor. The addition of minute shards of glass and metal-effect specks will make any quartz worktop appear striking.

Ideal for use in family kitchens, this material is hard and non-porous; so much so, that sealing a quartz worktop is unnecessary. Stains will not stick and bacteria cannot grow, making for an overall safer kitchen space.

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Difference between a quartz and granite worktop

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