Making the Right Choice for you by Understanding the Differences

Selecting the perfect worktop material for your home or business can be a daunting task. Each material; Granite, Quartz, and Dekton. Each offers its own unique set of benefits and considerations. To help you make an informed decision, we’ve outlined the key features, pros, and cons of each option below.

Granite Worktops & Splashbacks

Granite is a naturally occurring stone known for its durability and unique aesthetics. The material is hygienic and long-lasting, with natural minerals creating a range of colours, textures, and veining. Ideal for those who appreciate the beauty of natural stone.


  • Durable and long-lasting
  • Unique patterns and colours
  • Heat-resistant


  • Requires sealing to prevent staining
  • Heavy, requiring strong cabinet support
  • Sensitive to acidic substances
Care Instructions

Quartz Worktops & Splashbacks

Quartz is a man-made material consisting of crushed stone and bonding resin. Its engineered nature allows for a flawless and uniform finish. Unlike natural stone, quartz offers consistency in patterns and colours.


  • Non-porous and stain-resistant
  • Consistent patterns and colours
  • Low maintenance


  • Not as heat-resistant as granite
  • Not suitable for outdoor use
  • Sensitive to harsh chemicals
Care Instructions

Dekton Worktops & Splashbacks

Dekton is a blend of raw materials found in glass, porcelain, and quartz. It offers high resistance to fire, heat, and UV rays, making it versatile for both indoor and outdoor use. It's also highly scratch-resistant, making it ideal for commercial and high-traffic areas.


  • Non-porous and stain-resistant
  • Consistent patterns and colours
  • Low maintenance


  • Expensive
  • Difficult to repair if damaged
  • Not a Full body Product
    (Only top layer of shows the colour and pattern)
Care Instructions

Ensuring the Longevity and Beauty of Your Stone Worktop: Essential Care Tips

Choosing the perfect stone worktop for your space is just the beginning. From everyday cleaning tips to tackling accidental spills and scratches, we equip you with the knowledge to keep your stone surface looking pristine for years to come. Let’s explore the best practices to care for and protect your investment, ensuring that your stone worktop remains a focal point of beauty and utility in your home.

Granite Care Instructions

Investing in a stone surface is a significant commitment, and naturally, you'll want to keep it looking its best for years to come. Proper care not only enhances the appearance of your stone but also extends its lifespan. Below, you'll find tailored care instructions for each type of stone we offer—Granite, Quartz, and Dekton—to help you maintain their natural beauty and durability.

  • Clean with a mild detergent and warm water.
  • Periodically seal the surface to maintain its luster.
  • Avoid using acidic or abrasive cleaners.

Quartz Care Instructions

Quartz surfaces are relatively low-maintenance. For daily cleaning, simply wipe down the surface with a soft cloth and a mild detergent. Unlike granite, quartz doesn't require sealing, making it easier to maintain. However, it's important to avoid exposing your quartz surfaces to extreme heat, so always use trivets or heat pads when placing hot items on them.

  • Wipe down with a soft cloth and mild detergent.
  • No need for sealing.
  • Avoid exposing to extreme heat.

Dekton Care Instructions

Dekton surfaces are known for their durability and resistance to most household chemicals. For routine cleaning, use a pH-balanced cleaner to maintain the surface's integrity. Dekton is also UV-resistant, making it suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. However, if damage does occur, repairing Dekton can be more challenging compared to other materials, so handle with care.

  • Use a pH-balanced cleaner for routine cleaning.
  • Resistant to most household chemicals.
  • In case of damage, seek professional repair services.