Granite Worktops Sheffield & Quartz Worktops Sheffield – Where to look?

Granite and Quartz for your kitchen – where to search, who to choose, what to buy

If you’re located in Sheffield, or any other surrounding Yorkshire areas, and you’re considering an optimal solution to your worktop dilemma, then look no further. Here at Remodel Kitchens, we want to present to you the best possible option out there, and recommend an ultimate solution to your crisis. We want to highlight which product you should choose, why it should be stone worktops and which company prevails above them all. One thing is certain, the aim of this article is to help you make the right decision. Firstly, let’s begin why, when opting for granite worktops Sheffield or quartz worktops Sheffield you should elect a company like Polish Granite LTD.  

The right company = the right products, service and satisfaction!

I’ve made a conscious effort on this blog to promote the said granite / quartz worktops company. Polish Granite is not just a company dealing with vast quality materials (the likes of Compac, Fugen, Silestone, Caesarstone, B-Stone, Unistone quartz or Levantina granite), they also carry out a truly superb job. And the most advantageous factor, relevant to this article, is that they deliver/install their products around the whole of UK – visiting Sheffield and other major Yorkshire locations at least a dozen times per month. quartz worktops Sheffield

But not only are they reliable and can offer full granite / quartz service to those in Sheffield, they will supply the quartz / granite material and complete the Sheffield installation in a blink of an eye. After contacting them the other day in regards to information, they informed me that for Sheffield, they need approx. 5-7 days from the day of templating, to be with you for the fitting. Which, considering the average supply of other mainstream and independent companies (even local!) is very impressive. In fact, feel free to browse their list of reviews on Google, Yell and Houzz. 99% are 5 star ratings – which shows that it’s not just us bloggers at Remodel who share this view!

 

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Ok, so we have now established that we can vouch for Polish Granite. The Sheffield viewers of this blog can now sleep safely, that they have chosen the right company to cooperate with. After all, granite and quartz worktops are not cheap, and the project needs good organisation, management and execution – all these attributes can be found among Polish Granite employees.

Some of you may be asking ‘Why not go for the local granite / quartz firms?’ – the answer is simple. You absolutely can, but on this blog, we focus on the said Salford company, because we trust them. 

All of us writing here are passionate, dedicated and involved bloggers in the interior design industry, and we do our research. Believe us when we say this, we haven’t collected this much positive feedback as we did from Polish Granite’s Sheffield and non Sheffield customers. I think the key to their success is above all great prices, down-to-earth policies, reliable practices and fantastic treatment of all customers, the little and the big – the independent and the corporate. 

Which Products? Granite or quartz? Or perhaps something completely different . . . 

It honestly depends what your preference is and what style of cabinets/decor you decided to implement within your kitchen. If it’s modern (i.e. there’s a lot of glass, sleek laminate cabinets, concrete etc.) then we would strongly advise either quartz or sintered stone (see ceramic worktops). If it’s a more old-fashioned kitchen (with traditional elements like wood, tiles, stone flooring etc.) then granite would be highly recommended. But of course, it’s not against the law to mix and match! In many cases ceramic worktops (the likes of Neolith, Lapitec and Dekton) perfectly suit organic-looking elements like stone, brick, wood or slate. So possessing such elements does not mean you should follow the standard pattern – implementing a contemporary product like sintered stone is definitely the way forward; the way to stand out!