Marble & Granite Is Now The Leading Manufacturer Of Stone Worktops In London
The company Marble & Granite Ltd began life in 2006 in Hertford, and has rapidly grown to become the leading supplier and manufacturer of stone kitchen worktops in London.
Although the company name is Marble & Granite, it supplies limestone, quartzite, engineered quartz, slate, and sintered stone worktops in addition. Sintered stone is a relatively new product and is made by a process called sinterization which takes 100% natural minerals and oxides and subjects them to extreme pressure and heat. This produces a stone which is very resistant to scratching and is virtually impervious to water and other liquids. Thus, it won't stain if beetroot juice, red wine, lemon juice, ammonia, or bleach is spilled on it, as would happen with marble if it is not wiped off quickly.
Sintered stone is also resistant to very high temperatures, and to sunlight, so UV rays won't affect the colours in any way. It does not give off any harmful substances, so you can put food directly on to it without worry, and it has no effect on the environment. In addition, just over 50% of sintered stone is made from materials that have been recycled, so it is environmentally friendly from that point of view too. It can even be recycled again at end of life. Marble & Granite supplies sintered stone worktops under the Laminam, Dekton, Lapitec, and Neolith brands.
Engineered quartz stone is another material and consists of 93% quartz along with polymer resins and pigments. The resultant material is ideal for worktops, as quartz is one of the hardest materials on earth. It is heat and cold resistant, and highly resistant to scratches and stains. The surface of engineered quartz has no need of sealing or any other treatment that other stones such as marble and limestone do. All they ever need is a wipe over with detergent and a cloth.
About The Company:
Marble & Granite is a Hatfield-based manufacturer of stone worktops and can supply them in a variety of different natural and man-made stones. For further information contact Tom Higham on 01992 535038 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
136/138 Great North Road
Birchwood Industrial Estate