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.
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.
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!