Which worktop is the best for your fitted kitchen Bury?
Kitchen worktops can be made out of an impressive number of items, they range from glass, to marble to concrete! But how can you decide which worktop material would be best for your fitted kitchen Bury and your kitchen lifestyle?
Choose the best worktop for your kitchen.
We’ve decided to pick some of the most common types of worktop material and talk about the pros and cons of using them in your fitted kitchen Bury.
- Laminate – this is seen as the budget friendly type of kitchen worktop material. It’s non-porous, easy to maintain and comes in a huge amount of colours, patterns and designs! That means you’re able to get that marble effect for a slither of the actual price. The only downside with laminate, is that it isn’t a very durable product when it comes to steam/heat, and it can’t be used for cutting upon.
- Stainless Steel – it’s durable, heat resistant and hygienic, hence why it’s such a favourite in commercial kitchens! It’s also incredibly easy to clean and maintain, however it is very easily scratched, that’s the only negative.
- Granite/Marble – this is the top end of the worktop price budget. Every piece is individual, no two slabs will have the same markings or colouring. However, you need to take good care of granite, it needs to be sealed every 10 years. And you will need to try and avoid citrus/wine stains as they can damage the stone.
- Glass – it’s the perfect way to add some light and freshness into your kitchen. We wouldn’t recommend it for all of the surfaces, but it can be a nice touch on focal points, such as a breakfast bar. The glass of course is tempered, which means it’s resistant to heat, water and acids. However, it can get scratched but that can be polished out.
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If you need any more information on what kind of worktop would be best for your kitchen, why not get in touch with one of our team today? We provide high quality fitted kitchens, created with the highest quality of materials.