Liverpool granite worktops

Granite Worktops Liverpool & Quartz Worktops Liverpool – Which supplier to choose?

If you are from Liverpool, and you’re seeking out the firm to fit your quartz and granite worktops, we can suggest a perfect company!

granite worktops If you’re at all interested in interior design, and most of my readers are, you will know that I strongly recommend granite and quartz because they’re the quiescence of modernity and a generally solid investment. Quartz and granite do not damage and can withstand scratches, impacts, and all sorts of abrasion. Quartz – and granite if sealed properly – won’t be porous nor will they stain or fade in colour. These worktops are also ideal for conventional and contemporary kitchen settings. For example you can fit an Absolute Black granite into a very modern, glass and copper-filled interior with lots of concrete elements. The same goes for quartz – a marble-lookalike Calacatta will beautifully complement a traditional, wooden kitchen.

No wonder many professional architects and designers that I know opt for stone – it’s got everything one needs from a worktop: a longevity which outlasts everything else on the market, reasonable pricing for such superior product and most of all natural and man made beauty and feel which outshines all other wooden, laminate, plastic or metal worktop counterparts.

The problem is – not all quartz or granite worktops are 100% legitimate, hence why you need a reliable supplier and manufacturer of stone worktops

Reliability is key – remember, even if you’re offered quartz and granite worktops sometimes it may turn out that they are actually shockingly low-quality reproductions, mimics of the true stone craft. Often so, if a company presents you with Chinese or Indian products, more than likely you’re being offered a cheaper but a weaker-quality material. So certainly make sure you investigate prior to purchasing any quartz or granite worktops. Companies often begin cooperation with these Chinese knock-off brands because their product is nearly identical to the real life quartz or granite and it sells for half the price, therefore the company itself can sell for cheaper and acquire more customers.granite kitchen worktops Liverpool

Don’t fall for that. It’s a cheap trick that you may come to regret. The aforementioned low-quality counterparts don’t match the real quartz & granite in any way. They often chip, they stain, burn when exposed to heat and get easily scratched or damaged. This is essentially the opposite of what the real granite & quartz are offering. And the biggest flaw of these imitative copies is that they don’t offer any guarantees or warranty – unlike Dekton for example, who offer a 25 year guarantee, or Silestone, Cosentino.

Ensure that each worktop company you cooperate with provides you with abundance of evidence that the brand you like is genuine and reliable. To ease your mind, here are the most prominent and most trusted European quartz and granite companies that offer prime quality granite and quartz products, guarantees and a lifetime of satisfaction: Levantina Granite & Quartz, Technistone Quartz, Unistone Quartz, Fugen Quartz, B-Stone Quartz, Dekton Sintered-Stone, Neolith Sintered-Stone, Lapitec Sintered-Stone, International Stone Granite, Compac Quartz, Nile Trading UK Quartz, Cosentino Silestone Quartz & Granite, Cimstone Quartz etc.

There are many more genuine and trusted quartz and granite brands out there, so ensure you do some research or ask your quartz / granite providers to fill you in on their supplier brands. If you’re offered an incredibly cheap quote e.g. anything below £1.5k for a full-sized kitchen then these should straight away be warning lights. The same goes for lack of online reviews for the brand or missing information as a whole regarding the granite / quartz brand. So, choose wisely.

But here is where my commendation of one certain company comes in.

Polish Granite LTD – the most trustworthy, dependable, honest and unfailing granite & quartz company in the North West of England

If you’re looking for granite worktops Liverpool or quartz worktops Liverpool contact only one firm: Polish Granite LTD.

Their online reviews, 14+ years of solid, reliable service on the British market and positive feedback all around speak for themselves. Polish Granite LTD, the company form Manchester is a reliable provider of all manner of quartz and granite. They will install your worktops, clad your floors with quartz, lay granite on your patio, repair your worktops, decorate your bathroom with sintered-stone – anything you ever desired, they’re at your service.

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I’ve been contacting them for years personally to ask for help and aid on this blog, and they’ve never failed to provide me with valuable information. When a couple of years ago I did some research on their former customers’ response, I was overwhelmed by the amount of people that loved this company. But apart from great service, fantastic timing, knowledgeable and professional staff they have one main attribute – they only deal with reliable, honest and authentic granite & quartz supplier brands (the ones mentioned above).

As we’ve already gathered on this post – the quality of material is what should interest you, the customer, the most. After all, there are many granite & quartz masons out there that will provide a quality service from strat to finish – but so what, if the material they provided you stains or breaks in a year’s time?

With Polish Granite, you don’t need to worry about that.

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Even if it means losing customers, because they provide honest prices for quality product, they have remained that policy for years, and are still flourishing because few can fault them. That mostly comes down to their cooperation with reliable stone suppliers.

If you’re from Liverpool – don’t hesitate and get in touch with Polish Granite LTD.

Their turnaround is between 4-7 days, meaning you can have your worktops in your Liverpool property within a week if you order today. Few companies can guarantee you an excellent, well-rounded service, exquisite products and a fast delivery & installation period, so this is a no-brainer!

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Granite Worktops Bristol & Quartz Worktops Bristol – Who to Contact?

If you need granite or quartz worktops, read on to find out who to contact!

If you live in the city of Bristol, or any surrounding areas, and you are considering purchasing either granite or quartz for your kitchen, then be sure to contact a reliable company – one that can offer you a professional service and truly top quality products. You want to get in touch with professionals that will prioritise you as a customer, and your budget expectations, not their own profits. Seek out a company that is honest in terms of price, and offer you the best quote/solution possible. Frankly, when it comes to granite worktops Bristol & quartz worktops Bristol we think of one company: Polish Granite LTD.

Why am I recommending a Manchester-based company?

Polish Granite are one of the most trusted stone masonry companies I ever had the pleasure to deal with. That’s why I recommend them on this blog so often. I think in regards to their policy, customer treatment, rights and general quality of service/product they top everyone out there (especially the Bristol quartz firms) – so it’s a massive shame their granite worktops & quartz worktops production isn’t as widely recognised as some other granite worktop or quartz worktops businesses out there.

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After over 14 years of existence on the British market, this small Salford company still has the agenda of a family business, and they approach each project / each client with an individual, respectful mindset. I can guarantee this, because I myself used them for various worktops services, as did some of my family members and friends (many from Bristol itself). Often so, I reach out to them in request of granite or quartz offcuts for mini-project of mine. Recently I made a nice outside coffee table out of Neolith ceramic and Compac quartz (which I still need to boast about in an upcoming blog).

Either way, this company does not disappoint. And believe me when I say this, I’ve dealt with vast companies around the UK in terms of granite / quartz. No other business (in the last 10 years of my professional interest) treated me and my peers with the consistency and kindness.

Are they worth contacting for granite / quartz Bristol delivery, despite being based hundreds of miles away?

Absolutely! And that is one of the primary reasons why I’m composing this blog. I have vast friends that asked me (considering I run this specialised blog) for advice. I instantly said Polish granite. Of course, I said that some extra expenses might have to be applied for travel, but ultimately, it’s really worth it, because for that extra £50 – £100 charged for delivery, they will be provided with an immaculate service and granite & quartz worktops / offcuts that are guaranteed to last a lifetime.

quartz worktops Bristol

Of course, to many that’s simply not worth it, especially because there are decent quartz worktops companies located in and around Bristol. That’s absolutely fair enough, but if you came to this blog to seek my semi-professional advice, then I will say this: spend a bit more, but get yourself a product/service that is worth every penny. Think of it as a reliable investment, not worthless spending. And to prove my point further, it’s not just myself who shares this opinion. Many of my friends, who run similar blogs, e.g. Mike Wawzyk from Granite Solutions, also recommends Polish Granite, even to those living in Scotland, London or The West Country.

You may be asking whether this is just our biased opinion. To some extent yes, because we’ve had no issues with them so far, and we’re citizens of Greater Manchester. But at the same time, all you need to do is simply take a glance at their Google Reviews page, or better yet! Reach out for your phone and contact one of the employees dealing with customer support. Their knowledge is extensive, they will provide you an attractive quote on the spot, help you with advice and arrange any granite / quartz / ceramic worktops related service. But above all, their prices are very competitive!

How to get your Bristol granite worktops or Bristol quartz worktops in less that 8 days: 

Firstly, I would highly recommend visiting Polish Granite’s website (you may find the link above). From there you can go to the tab ‘Materials’ whence you may access either GRANITE or QUARTZ products. Choose the quartz / granite worktops material you like the most, or at least a colour which most appeals to you and correlates with your desired hue.

After that I suggest you give the company a call on the phone number specified in the upper banner (or in the Contact webpage). If requesting a service over the phone isn’t your vibe, definitely try to email them, or even complete their Online Quote system – although the prices provided there may not be 100% accurate.

Once you contact the company, they will provide you the desired stone worktops quote, and if you like the price, they will arrange a templating day that fits you best. The good thing is, even if you schedule a quartz template to the day after you receive your quote, they will try to have the worktops installed in a week (bear in mind that during busy periods e.g. Christmas this may change). I’ve checked with many quartz Bristol worktop companies, and their estimation roughly the same, so it’s yet another reason why distance does not matter.

And voila! This is a recipe showcasing who you should contact in terms of quartz / granite worktops and the steps you should follow to quickly receive your Bristol worktops! I hope this has been helpful, and you will receive your beautiful worktops Bristol in no time!

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Kitchen Worktops Decor – What colours go together?

A comprehensive guide to choosing the right décor complementing your kitchen worktops:

Have you ever wondered what colour of appliances you should elect, so that they don’t clash with your worktops or kitchen cabinets? Well, look no further. This article outlines all the three paramount colour-matching rules that you should follow, enabling you to create an ideal kitchen worktops decor environment.

The three current trends and unfailing colour-pairing techniques:

The main kitchen worktops decor contrast: White and Copper

kitchen worktops decorThe blend of these colours is one of the most trendy 2019 styles. It’s implemented into vast kitchens – the big and the small, and in hundreds of variations. These colours are often paired on the big scale: e.g. a (main section) white worktop with a (smaller) copper worktop, or copper sinks or taps.
However, most of the time white or marble-lookalike worktops are chosen as the primary colours, and copper is only that supplementing, secondary hue that complements the overall light colour scheme.

It’s important to mention that the copper kitchen worktops decor elements are often very subtle. Many people incorporate copper cabinet door handles, or lamp-shades, or purchase copper appliances like kettles or toasters – these are elements that don’t usually strike you as overwhelming.
So, whether you go for a lot of copper, or merely subtle elements here and there, you will not fail with this combination. Although, I highly recommend that you keep the balance just right. When it comes to this mixture, make sure that, to achieve the best effects, you use copper sparingly and in moderation – enough to demonstrate that subtle contrast, but in a non eye-striking manner.

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Grey and White

Grey and white are always the safe colours to blend. Grey is the current epitome of modernity and style. That’s why the hue often creeps in into modern interiors – the distinctive light greyness of concrete, the darker shade of natural rock – it all may seem bland and generic, but nowadays, grey is truly the most frequently chosen colour for interior decor. And what’s vital, it blends in perfectly with white. It’s almost as if the two colours belong together. Just have a look at the picture below and say the contrast isn’t stunning:

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Now, the same goes for appliances or overall decor – especially if you apply this colour-matching technique in three ways: e.g. dark grey cabinets, light grey appliances/decor and white worktops. Another example is provided in picture 2 above, where the grey bar-stools naturally complement the worktops. This combination guarantees success!



Black and White

The black and white contrast is one of the most classic, and most used colour pairings – but that’s because it’s timeless, it’s continuously relevant – it’s simple and just works. Whether you opt for Absolute Black granite worktops or white quartz worktops, opting for black or white appliances/decor for each circumstances isn’t hard. These colour varieties are available in almost every store, and they’re reliable. you simply can’t go wrong with these products.

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kitchen worktops decorIf you want to learn more tips about interior design, home decor and kitchen worktops decor, read our other article from a couple of months back: Home Decor – it discusses various tips, on how to turn a newly purchased interior into your personal home.



Likewise, if you would like to familiarise yourself with more home decor colour-matching examples, feel free to browse this website:
Interior Design – Love to Know present a lot of other colour recommendations and rules to follow when decorating a contemporary home or apartment. They outline percentage rates of colour uses, favourite colour schemes and even a unique colour wheel which helps you to make distinctive pairings, or confirm whether your already existing colour schemes work. These don’t apply just to the kitchen, but your entire home! We highly recommend this blog article, as well as the entire website itself.

Kitchen Ceramic Worktops – The Highest Quality Stone on the Market Today!

Wondering what worktops are selling best in this day and age? Read below:

Kitchen ceramic worktops are one of the most exploited surfaces in the home – they should be resistant to mechanical damage, detergents, humidity, high temperatures and contact with various types of food products. It is also very important that they are easy to keep clean and that the food they prepare is not exposed to dirt and bacteria. In addition to functionality, aesthetics also counts – kitchen worktops define the appearance of the entire kitchen, so they must fit perfectly into the interior design. Can ceramic worktops meet such high demands? We check in this article.

In a classic tone – kitchen ceramic worktops

Kitchen ceramic worktops are one of the most popular solutions. Back in 2013 a company called Polish Granite released this page, stating that kitchen ceramic worktops are increasingly growing in popularity. When I asked them recently whether this pattern has been observed, they fondly replied with a solid yes. Apparently up to 40% of their monthly sales are kitchen ceramic worktops. They are made of terracotta, clinker or gres porcelain stoneware – natural or glazed. When choosing a terracotta, it is worth remembering that this material reacts vividly to large temperature changes. When installing terracotta tiles at the stove, it is therefore necessary to try to have relatively wide joints between them. Thanks to this, the tiles will be able to shrink and expand freely. grey ceramic worktopWhen choosing a ceramic material for a worktop, it is worth taking into account its abrasion class (PEI – from I to V). Naturally, the higher the class, the more resistant the tiles will be to abrasion. In addition, there is the so-called Mohs scale (range from 1 to 10), which means resistance to mechanical injuries. Ceramic tiles are usually glued to a chipboard with waterproof properties and then fugued with a waterproof joint. In order to make the edges of the tops smooth, it is worth to finish them with ceramic fittings or special strips for finishing the corners.

But what’s actually so good about these kitchen ceramic worktop products?

Kitchen ceramic worktops have many advantages. Many good qualities can be found in this article. This company of specialist masons argues it is the top selling worktop material. The choice of this material is supported above all by its rich design. The ceramic tiles have various patterns and colours, and can be large, mosaic, matt, semi-matt or glossy. Well selected will be a flagship kitchen decoration. They are most often used in rustic or Mediterranean style kitchens. In addition, tiles can boast resistance to high temperatures, water and detergents. High quality models are resistant to mechanical damage, and if any of the tiles crumbles, they can be easily replaced.
Defects? Surprisingly, the biggest worries are not the tiles, but the grouts. The material can be difficult to keep clean and can be a breeding ground for mould. Tiles, on the other hand, can crack, crumble and discolour if they are of poor quality.

How to choose the size of a kitchen worktop?

It is recommended that the kitchen worktop should be at least 80 cm long. This length can of course be increased, especially if there are many kitchen utensils on the worktop. The height of the worktop must be appropriate for the height of the user. rustic kitchen ceramic worktopsIf you bend your hand at the elbow in a standing position and position it so that the forearm is parallel to the floor, the comfortable worktop will be 20 cm below the forearm. At present, the standard height of the tabletop is considered to be about 90 cm. Its depth depends on our needs and the size of the kitchen, but if there are gas pipes or pipes underneath it, it should be more than 60 cm to neatly hide it all in the cabinets.

Granite worktop online quote

Granite worktop online quote

Kitchen is the heart of every home. It is here that we meet with other tenants and prepare meals together. We are in it every day and it is here that social meetings are often held. This room is associated with warmth, smell and pleasant atmosphere, so each of us pays special attention during its furnishing.

Table top made of granite

Once we have completed the kitchen furniture and the necessary household appliances, it is necessary to take care of the proper selection of kitchen worktops. Due to their function, they are exposed to contact with water, different temperatures, steam, sharp tools.

The question arises here: What material should we use to make countertops so that they can enjoy their beauty for many years? The answer is simple: made of granite.

Granite worktops are characterized by durability and extraordinary resistance. By choosing granite as a material for kitchen worktops we avoid burnt boards or worktops made of other materials that are not as resistant to contact with hot dishes as granite. Granite worktops look beautiful in every colour. Most often, kitchen worktops are made in a polished structure, which gives perfect smoothness and natural incredible shine.

Granite worktops, due to their intended use, are exposed to contact with fat or water, so they should be impregnated to avoid possible discoloration. The most vulnerable in this case will be granite in light colours. Specially designed for this purpose impregnates will protect our granite worktops against absorption of various substances.

How much does a granite worktop cost?

Prices of granite worktops range from about 500-600 PLN to about 2000 PLN per square meter. Stones with interesting, rare patterns and colours are usually more expensive. When estimating the price of a granite worktop, it may turn out that the cost of specially reinforced furniture – due to its weight – has to be taken into account.

Granite worktop online quote

Granite worktop online quote is one of the main services of Polish Granite, thanks to which you can determine the value of a stone worktop without leaving your home and without incurring any costs. Completely free of charge and in just a few seconds you will get to know the average prices of a kitchen or bathroom granite worktop.

The final price of a worktop depends on several factors – surface, colour, thickness or type of processing. At the beginning you should choose granite in the colour, shape and dimensions you are interested in. With the granite worktop online quote you will know the approximate amount of granite worktop (the exact amount you will receive from our consultant after reading the details of the inquiry, including the ways of joining the worktops and the final assembly).

The next step after the order is to make a template and measurements of the kitchen countertop. It is done by our qualified fitters. The installation of a granite worktop takes from three to eight hours, depending on the size and complexity of the project.


See the full range of kitchen and bathroom worktops, all available colors and types of processing.