Kitchen Worktops, Doncaster
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Kitchen Worktop Services in Doncaster.
Choosing a new kitchen worktop is an important step in the process. Not only does it provide extra functionality but will also help to make your space more beautiful and functional. A quality, well-chosen top can enhance any modern or traditional design aesthetic you want for your home. If you are not sure what type of material would best suit both yours and your family's needs, then there should be no hesitation about getting advice from professionals who know all the different options available on offer today - their expertise could save costly mistakes!
Solid Surface Worktops Explained
A solid surface material is the perfect countertop for your kitchen or work surface. It's a mixture of natural minerals with pure acrylic polymer that can be designed in any pattern or colour you want, making it versatile to fit perfectly into an existing space. Solid surface also offers strength, reliability, and performance which have made designers as well as members of the public come back to this product repeatedly because they know what they're getting will always look good- something everyone wants when dealing with kitchen worktops and surfaces.
Solid surface materials can be used in virtually any residential and commercial environment and the possibilities for forming into some fantastic shapes are endless. There is a vast range of different colours to choose from, made by some major brand name manufacturers such as Samsung, Dupont and LG. Some people are aware of Corian firstly, but this is just one of numerous brands that includes Hi-Macs, Hanex Tristone and Staron that are also popular.
Our kitchen designers can now create solid surfaces that are more breathtaking than ever before, thanks to the freedom of working with these space age materials. We work closely with all main distributors and suppliers in order to provide a visually stunning finish which is durable, hygienic and elegant, perfect for your kitchen environment.
Our kitchen worktop and counter top fitting Services
Premium Kitchens of Doncaster is a bespoke kitchen worktop fitting service, and we guarantee our installation services to be durable. We offer both in-home consultations for your needs as well as high quality products that will last the test of time! When you choose our bespoke Kitchen worktop fitting services, there'll never need to hire another worktop installer again.
Can you just replace kitchen worktops?
Yes of course you can! The kitchen is the heart of any home. It's where you cook for your family, gather with friends and create memories that last a lifetime. But over time kitchens can get old, outdated or just plain boring to look at. Replacing your worktops can be an inexpensive way to freshen up your space instantly without having to make major changes like ripping out cabinets or changing appliances every day. We come across someone who needs their kitchen renovated but doesn't want it changed too much so they're looking into buying new countertop materials instead of going through all the hassle!
Why replace kitchen worktops
Updating a look of an out dated kitchen worktop without spending too much time or money is as simple process. It will instantly improve the whole aesthetics but also add some new features such as great heat resistance, hygiene qualities and bomb proof surfaces. Whatever your budget i am sure we can find a suitable replacement to satisfy your needs.
Replacement worktops are a key part of any kitchen's design, and with so many choices available to our customers now, it can be hard to decide which one is perfect for your home. With new space-age solid surface materials including Dekton, Corian, Granite or Quartz, you're sure to find something that matches well in any style kitchen - whether it be a modern, contemporary or traditional.
Our Doncaster professional worktop specialists understand that one of the most important factors when choosing a kitchen worktop is what material to select. There are many materials available, each with its own unique qualities which will affect your home's design and function. That is why we offer space-age natural stone as well as other options from quartz to granite in our selection of quality materials for all budgets!
These different materials include
Other factors to consider when you are choosing your new kitchen worktop
We have worktops that fit any budget. We supply and install high-quality cheaper range laminate kitchen worktops to expensive luxury granite suitable for anyone with a different price point in mind, meaning you can relax knowing your home is as good or better than anything on the market today.
We all know how expensive it can be to install a new kitchen, so we understand that some people may choose an inexpensive option for a worktop to save money. However, the cheapest options are not always the best in terms of quality - and installation costs don't get any cheaper with those! If cutting grooves into stone or wood is required before installing them as part of your own DIY project, then what would happen if these surfaces weren’t prepared properly? Not only will this make life difficult when cooking (and eating), but there's also a risk from bacteria being able to spread more easily across unprotected kitchens.
Best suited for your kitchen layout
Regardless of your budget, you should take into account what shape and contours your kitchen has. Straight lines are cheaper to make but may not work if the layout is awkward or complicated with many corners and detours that cannot be made straight without wasted material. Our professionals will survey the space before recommending a material for an appropriate fit in any particular case so don't hesitate in calling us for a free consultation and free quotation.
Space available for the worktop
The availability and consideration of space can be an important part so that our designers will choose the best size for your kitchen worktop. Choosing a length is sometimes difficult, but we have some tips to make it easier. First measure out where you would like to put your counter top in order to see if there are any obstacles or utilities nearby before making up your mind on what type of material you want because this may affect how big/long yours needs to be (never know). We also offer free design services with every purchase which includes: drawing plans, estimating costs based on materials chosen by clients, suggesting layouts with different types of counters from traditional square ones all around those corners- not just straight lines!
Preferred kitchen worktop colours and textures
If you're an architect or home designer, there are a number of different materials that work best for your needs. You'll need to consider factors like price and colour before making any final decisions about the type of material you want in your kitchen.
You should always take into account what kind of lifestyle suits each individual person when designing their new kitchens with us here at Premium Kitchens of Doncaster. We provide a variety of options so we can satisfy our client's every request!
Our Professional Process
After deciding on what design, material and colour you want for your new kitchen surface then our technicians will come to make a precise template of the space that is taken back to our fabrication unit where we use specialist machinery that can cut using the exact shape. This process includes cutting it down into size, making any necessary drainage grooves or tapping holes - all done by expert staff!
Once your new surface has been made, we will come back to install it within 7-10 days. These surfaces are stunning but durable and can last a lifetime!
Corian, Granite Quartz and similar materials all require different skills in the fabrication process. Corian is cut with a water jet cutter to achieve its design whereas granite needs specially designed tools for working it such as special saw blades or diamond-tipped cutting discs which take more time due to their hardness. Regardless of material choice, once fabricated they are sealed before leaving the factory so that any porous minerals can't get into your home's environment thus ruining every surface within reach. There could be many different reasons for a particular design choice, but at the end of the day the overall measuring and fitting process for the customer will always be the same.
Granite is a tough surface that stands up well to wear and tear, unlike formica, wood and other kitchen worktop surfaces. It resists scratches, direct heat damage, and the cutting on it with knives will not affect the countertop because granite is such a hard natural material and ideal for your kitchen.
Compressed from molten rock and formed over thousands of years under the Earth's surface, granite is a very durable organic material. It takes a lot to scratch or chip this tough stone, so it’s perfect for countertops in kitchens where things like boiling water are often spilled. Granite comes with many natural heat-resistant qualities that will last longer than cheaper alternatives such as laminate counters or synthetics. Thanks to its durability, beauty and all-natural properties granite has become one of today’s most popular building materials - you can find it on luxury homes across the UK because clever homeowners know and realise they won't have to replace their kitchen countertops any time soon in the future, plus granite never fails to always look fantastic in a kitchen environment.
Quartz is the perfect solution for those who are looking to add a luxurious feel in their kitchen, without having any of the common drawbacks that come with granite. Unlike granite which can be permanently stained by cooking oils and grease or etched by acids from household items such as hairspray and toiletries, quartz stone is impervious to these hazards.
One of the biggest differences between granite and engineered stone is that while natural stones may come in a wide range of colours, textures, or patterns, manufactured quartz worktops are made to be uniform. This provides many benefits over its naturally-occurring counterpart - such as being much easier to match if you're building a kitchen worktop surface or island countertop.
Engineered quartz stone is an excellent man-made material that combines the hardness and durability of granite with the low maintenance qualities. Engineered stones are unique in how they don't need adhesives, sealants or waxes to protect them from wear and tear as regular natural surfaces do, because their surface itself has been engineered for those properties. This type of synthetic material also comes at an affordable price point which makes it more accessible to homeowners than many other natural stone alternatives on the market today. It’s all down to your personal preference.
Dekton is a high-performance material that has been used for decades in the construction industry. It's now available for use as kitchen worktops, and it offers many advantages over other materials such as granite or quartz.
Dekton is made from natural minerals and resins which are then heated to create a hard surface with an attractive finish that will not scratch easily. The result is a durable, hygienic, easy-to-clean countertop that can be cut into any shape you desire.
If you're looking for something different than granite or quartz but still want to maintain your budget, then Dekton might just be what you need! We offer free samples so you can see how this material would look in your home before making a purchase decision. Plus we have installation services if needed!
Contact us today at Premium Kitchens of Doncaster to find out more about our bespoke products and services
Dekton is one of the newest and most innovative materials for kitchen countertops. It's a type of engineered stone composite that has many advantages over other types of stone. In this article, we will explore what Dekton is, how it's made, how it compares to Corian and granite, as well as its cost-effectiveness.
The first thing you should know about Dekton kitchen worktops is that they are not just any ordinary material! They are made using two different types of material: silicon carbide particles and quartz crystals. Silicon carbide particles make up the bulk of the countertop while quartz crystals can be found in small amounts throughout the surface layer, and the quartz particles help give Dekton its beautiful sparkle and lustre qualities.
What is Dekton
Dekton is a man-made material which was created by DuPont in the 1980s and it belongs to a family of materials called Corian, although this can be misleading as they are very different substances. Dekton has many properties that you would want from an ideal kitchen countertop including being thermally resistant and scratch-resistant - both of which make dekton perfect for your busy modern kitchen where things often get knocked around. It doesn't chip or crack easily so your new worktops will last for many years to come too.
How is Dekton cut into shape?
The material is cut into shape by using a computer-controlled machine called the "slab saw" or "kerf". The slab saw has two rotating blades that begin to move towards each other. As they approach, these knives are lowered onto the Dekton panel and this cuts out your desired shape from all four sides of the worktop.
The kerfing process creates an attractive edge (called a “beveled”) which is often used for kitchen countertops in place of side panels.
This method leaves you with no seams on either side as it fills the small gaps left between pieces when cutting a large piece into smaller ones. What's more, unlike most natural stones like granite or marble, there will be no unsightly seams, cracks or fissures.
Surface finishes can vary from just a brushed finish to a highly polished one which replicates the look of marble and granite and also adds protection against scratches and stains.
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