One of the most applied alternatives in worktops are the engineered stones. These are known as quartz, engineered marble, and synthetic granite. These do not require a finishing, hence, they are readily exported for flooring application services to London.
These surfaces are produced with approximately 90% organic matter mainly quartz, which results in a resistant, lifetime natural, and diversified product.
The production of these stones is complemented with real mineral pigments, additives and resins, which create uniformity of captivating colours, protection, and non-proliferation of mould, bacteria, and fungus.Quartz, engineered marble and synthetic granite applications
Aside from flooring solutions, these surfaces find true inspiration from the beauty of natural marbles and granites, so, when you use them as flooring solutions at your home, these are reminiscent of natural stones, but unlike them, quartz and other synthetic creations are tough and do not require as much care.
They are also the supreme choice for columns, barbecue, bathtub, interior of elevators, fireplace, swimming pool surrounds and others indoor and outdoor applications where your imagination allows.
The best advantage when used in kitchen worktops is that the synthetic surfaces stand the heat, thus maintaining their original attributes. These are less prone to staining caused by coffee, juice, wine, and other acidic products.
Due to the fact these contain smooth textures, they are low-maintenance lasting for decades. The slab sizes range from small to large allowing the most diversified design projects in architecture and home.