What is the best worktop material for a kitchen?
Answered by Prenton plumbing service Ltd
18th June 2019
Prenton plumbing service Ltd answered the question "What is the best worktop material for a kitchen?"
What is the best worktop material - There is no right or wrong type of worktop . There are so many choices now from quartz ,polished granite, marble, solid wood composites and of coarse laminate . A big factor will be budget my advice will always be invest the most you can within your budget in a work top that fits your needs . A good quality worktop will last for years and years and will stand the punishment that a worktop undergoes . Speak with your kitchen designer and ask advice from your tradesman .
Answered by Diamond globe interiors
2nd May 2019
Diamond globe interiors answered the question "What is the best worktop material for a kitchen?"
Depends on customer and there choice lately iv done a few kitchen jobs with solid wood worktops and know it’s laminate again got another fit booked in and they want Belfast sink and solid wood it must be a trend at the moment to have these types off worktops as they require a lot off maintenance and up keep butt when they are oiled and tilling is complete the job is worth it
Answered by David Banner Joinery
23rd February 2019
David Banner Joinery answered the question "What is the best worktop material for a kitchen?"
Much depends on style required, taste and perhaps most importantly budget. However cheap worktops are a false economy as the service life can be poor. With most kitchens now featuring integrated sinks, hobs etc its not a job you want to repeat. In our view Composite worktops such as ‘Corian’ or similar brands offer the best in terms of durability and looks, and damage can be repaired. Wood looks fantastic but be prepared for ongoing oiling and cleaning to keep them looking good.
Answered by DJM Property Services
18th February 2019
DJM Property Services answered the question "What is the best worktop material for a kitchen?"
All depends on the size of the kitchen and your budget. A decent laminate worktop with properly sealed joints should last years, as long as it’s looked after. Real wood worktops can be sanded and dents lifted over a period of time if they become worn. They will need oiling regularly. Another option would be trespa, 12mm thick compact laminate. Fully waterproof and scratch resistant also heat resistant. Or fake stone, slab tech, earthstone etc Hope this helps
Answered by D K Installations
9th February 2019
D K Installations answered the question "What is the best worktop material for a kitchen?"
It depends on the size of the household but if you are prepared to put the work in I would go for solid wood, you can sand it if you scratch it, as long as you look after it oil it at regular intervals, and wipe away any spills straight away it will last for years. If that doesn’t go with the look that you are trying to create have a look at a slab tech/composite style top, there’s a range of different colours and styles. Hope this is of help.