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Arenastone worktops are going through a fantastic increase in sales. This is because of the luxury, style, and durability quartz gives. A perfect kitchen option which is increasing in interest as it offers the appearance of stone without the everyday upkeep commonly associated with natural materials.
 
Quartz is the most durable stone surface option you can buy for a work surface. Granite is exceedingly robust, but as a natural product, it has variations of porosity and ruggedness that is inherent within natural materials, such as you would expect with hardwoods, for example. These are not issues that you would expect within quartz.
 
Arenastone is a mixture made up of more than 90% natural quartz, which makes it extraordinarily sturdy and practical. It is a fabulous choice for a kitchen countertop, bathrooms, staircases, floors and wall cladding.
 
Additionally, it comes in a range of different tones of quartz colour, offering a multitude of colour choices from a kitchen top to a total project for a range of furniture. Arenastone is a belief in the future, and due to its strength, Arenastone is going to perform superbly for your project.
 
The most common mineral on the planet, quartz (aka Silicon Dioxide), offering a huge availability of natural materials to be put to use by implementing recent developments within science to invent quartz as a human made stone possibility.
 
The core material is engineered to be mixed with adhesives and dyes to produce Arenastone worktops. The advantage of this material, over any other is the reality, as is man created the colour is laboratory controlled so you are sure of colour consistency regardless of how many collective worktops will be needed to complete your project.
 
If you would like a clearer idea for how this flexible material would be suitable your specific works, an ideal initial commencement would be to look through our gallery below displaying completed works in a huge range of tones. Some of the colours come with different textures such as leather finish. Just click on the link below for finish options to have a look at what is available. When using materials, the various surface finishes are an extra function that we can perform on your behalf, this is not an option with quartz. By the alteration of the counter finish of quartz, it would effectively null and void the manufacturers warranty. With this in mind, the surface variations are those carried out by the original producer. Compac and Silestone are the only producers that offer different surface finishing.
 
Once you have determined tone, brands and texture variables the next step will be the stone masonry. This relates to what can be done with the sheet product for cut outs, edge profiles and so on. Simply click on the picture for fabrication options below and you will obtain an understanding of this.
 
With the recent surge in interest for this product, multiple producers now have branches within Great Britain offering an impressive range of over six hundred colours. The best producers for quartz slabs are as detailed below. Just click on one of the icons lower down to see more about the brand name in question and colours there are. Arenastone worktop is one of the superior brands within the UK.
 
There are some alternative quartz products available. Some of these we have tried to make use of in the past. Our experience and historical use have proven to us that the majority of quartz products shipped in from the Far East, for example, are of a low grade where it is almost impossible to get the edge of the material to take a polish. Be careful if you choose a quartz product other than those detailed underneath from a.n.other manufacturer. With these poor quality materials, chemicals are applied by the fabricator to the leading edge, to make the material appear polished. Over a period of time, this will fade leaving an unpolished edge and sometimes much worse with scratches and saw blade marks that were previously invisible. These poor quality materials should be avoided, regardless of costs, especially when you consider that they will only alter an estimate by a token value. Consider this, if you choose a dirt cheap quartz material, you will in the main, simply be selecting quartz sheets where the quartzite element of the product has been decreased to enable cheaper pricing or worse still for the stone mason to make greater profits. The quartzite reduction decreases the materials expected lifespan. This renders the material considerably easy to scratch in comparison and is likely to have a dull finish. To put this in straightforward, common sense wording, if cheaper, good quality materials were obtainable we would use them. Perhaps there is a just cause why we don’t offer these now!
 
To receive the most competitive quotation around for your quartz tops it would be worth looking at our range of most popular colours. These options offer a choice perfectly suited for absolutely any kitchen with in excess of sixty variables. The striking disparity between the most popular colours and the branded products is just that the most popular options are materials that we use on an almost every day. This means that if your project necessitates the use of less than a full sheet, you will only be liable for what is actually used, and the remaining product will be used for another customer. If you decide upon a brand name, you will be charged for all of the materials we purchase to undertake your works as we will not be able to utilise the remaining materials as we do not use these colours every single day. An additional reason of using the most popular colour options is that this range is available to obtain an instant online quotation.
 
To be able to see the options of Arenastone worktops, please scroll down the page.
 
Please click on one of the links below to search our quartz range by manufacturer.

Arenastone Worktops

Arenastone is an engineered stone made from naturally occurring quartz and special resins. More.... 

Caesarstone Worktops

The collections of Caesar Stone combine form with function, allowing for the most diverse, durable... More....

Cimstone Worktops

Cimstone is produced with the advanced Italian technology of Breton and offers offers an unparalleled... More....

Compac Quartz Worktops

The foundations for the family-owned Compac company were first laid in 1975, a project that arose from... More....

Diresco Worktops

The imagination of the designer is Diresco Stone’s only limit so design away and put this superior... More....

 Lunastone Worktops

Luna Stone is a relative newcomer to the UK shores but already has a colour range that exceeds more... More....

 Okite Worktops

Seieffe Industries, owners the Okite brand, are today one of the most important and significant ... More....

 Quarella Worktops

Quarella from Verona Italy, was founded in 1998 and is the largest manufacturer of composite... More....

 Silestone Worktops

1990 saw the birth of Silestone, a product that brings together the best of natural stone, and... More....

 Technistone Worktops

Imagine a perfect, natural surface. Thanks to Technistone's zero porosity, it’s hygienic... More....

 Alternatively click here to search our quartz range by colour. Arenastone limited 10 year warranty details can be obtained here.

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Arenastone Quartz Colours

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PG1 etc after the material names represents price groups. PG1 being the cheapest. Note the price groups visible by manufacturer are prices in relation to the specific manufacturer. PG1 within one quartz brand, is not the same as PG1 within another quartz brand. If you would like to see how all the brands compare, browse via colour, rather than brand, you will then see price groups for all brands together.

Please note the above images will be subject to colour variation against the actual material owing to computer limitations

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