Sharpstone is a family run business with extensive knowledge of Quartz Worktops, Granite Worktops and Marble Worktops. Sharpstone have been supplying and installing luxury worktops for many years.
Quartz really does have that extra something as well as being absolutely beautiful. A solid Quartz worktop will add a unique touch of quality and style to your kitchen, bathroom or utility room. Quartz is one of the hardest materials available and is the perfect choice for a kitchen top surface. The surface of quartz is scratch resistant and best of all. there is no requirement for it to be polished or sealed.
Hygiene is another major bonus for quartz kitchen work tops. The properties of quartz inhibit the growth of bacteria, mould and mildew so is a fantastic choice for ease of maintenance. Quartz has a distinctive and very beautiful finish and offers a durable and incredibly hardwearing quality. Nothing else available can equal quartz for these qualities.
Quartz comes in a vast selection of colours, with beautiful patterns and designs to complement any colour scheme or any kitchen, no matter what the base units are constructed from. Quartz is available in shades of white, black, grey, green, blue, red, brown and often combinations of these colours.
Quartz has become one of the most popular materials used for kitchen worktops. It comes with a high quality surface of over ninety per cent natural quartz and as quartz is one of natures hardest materials, you end up with a kitchen worktop that is very tough indeed. Quartz is scratch resistant and virtually non-porous. Quartz worktops rarely have issues with staining. Because of its non-porous properties, sealing is not required, keeping it a good choice from a hygiene point of view.
A little Enfield history
Enfield Town used to be a small market town in the county of Middlesex, on the edge of the forest, about a days walk north of London. As London grew, Enfield Town and its surrounds eventually became a residential suburb, with fast transport links into the centre of London.
In Roman times, Enfield was connected to Londinium by Ermine Street, the great Roman road which stretched all the way up to York. Artefacts found in the early 1900s reveal that there were Roman settlements in the areas that are now Edmonton and Bush Hill Park.
In 790 King Offa of Mercia was recorded as giving the lands of Edmonton to St Albans Abbey. The area became strategically important as East Anglia was taken over by the Danes. In the 790s strongholds were built by men loyal to King Alfred the Great, in order to keep the Danes to the east of the River Lea.
Edges and profiles of our luxury quartz, granite and marble worktops for the Enfield area
Half bull nose
Full bull nose
All edges and thicknesses of worktops can be combined to produce different profiles, some of which are:
Dupont over pencil
Ogee over pencil
Grooves for drainers for your Enfield kitchen
We are all familiar with the standard pattern that sink drainers have. Even something as simple as that can add to the overall aesthetic of your quartz, granite or marble worktop, thus giving you a look that will compliment any kitchen design. These patterns are crafted into the worktop itself and the patterns we offer are:
If you would like to know more or are interested in a quote we would be happy to help. Phone us on 01279 729527 or email us at [email protected]
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