Compac Quartz Worktops

Our Compac Quartz Collection offers a harmonious blend of aesthetics and functionality, providing surfaces that stand the test of time.

Compac Quartz

Compac Quartz is a premium quartz variant that effectively combines the toughness of granite and the beauty of marble with the lasting endurance of a hybrid engineered stone. Being non-porous, moisture-proof, and heat-resistant, Compac quartz worktops make for extremely convenient, hygienic, and ergonomic work surfaces. The maintenance hassles of sealing and polishing warranted by natural stone worktops are eliminated. No wonder, UK-based homeowners are increasingly opting for quartz instead of quartzite, granite, and marble.

Adorn Your Kitchen with Compac Quartz Worktops

Compac worktops are available in plentiful shades and designs, with many of them resembling luxurious Italian marble. As the ‘quartz kitchen revolution’ is taking the world by storm, here are some inspiring ideas for kitchen interiors:-

  • ● Imbibe the dramatic effect of the Compac Unique Calacatta Black on a cascading kitchen island. With robust black veins cascading through a snowy white backdrop, it is perfect for black and white kitchen interiors.
  • ● The beige hues of the Compac Imperial kitchen worktop sync beautifully with wooden flooring and cabinetry.
  • ● A swanky designer kitchen can be uplifted with the cheerful red colour of the Compac New Passion Kitchen Worktop.

Why Choose Compac Quartz Worktops for Your Kitchen?

  • ● Top-notch aesthetic versatility in terms of primary and secondary colours, patterns (granite-like, marble-like, abstract, and more), decorative worktop edges, varying slab thicknesses, dimensions, and finishes.
  • ● Durable, hardwearing, and highly resistant to scratches, cracks, and chips.
  • ● Zero porosity ensures ease of cleaning, optimal hygiene, and negligible maintenance required.
  • ● High-grade engineered material to custom-make under-mounted sinks, splashbacks, upstands, and more.
  • ● Resistant to stains, colour fading, high temperatures, and UV rays to a great extent.

Far more resilient and long-lasting when compared to natural stones like quartzite, granite, and marble. Quartz is also free of natural faults like pits, cracks, and streaks.

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  • Can you place hot pots and pans on quartz countertops?

    Although Compac quartz worktops are heat resistant, it is advisable not to place very hot pots and pans directly on the surface. Always use trivets, coasters, and mats for higher worktop longevity.

  • How long will a Compac Quartz worktop last?

    Compac Quartz is often marketed with a tagline ‘all your life with you’. Most suppliers provide a lifetime warranty on Compac worktops, whilst others provide 25 to 33 years.

  • How do you clean Quartz Compac countertops?

    ou can use any neutral pH household cleaner and a microfiber cloth to clean quartz surfaces once a day. Follow it with simple wet wiping and dry wiping.

  • How much does a Compac Quartz worktop cost?

    Quartz worktops have a wide price range from economical to mid-priced to exorbitant luxurious. For instance, 20mm Compac quartz (standard dimensions of 300cm x 140 cm) can cost anywhere between 220-990 GBP including installation. The 30mm variant for the same dimensions is usually priced between 240-1300 GBP.

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  • Which is better Compac Quartz or Porcelain?

    The choice between Compac Quartz and Porcelain for kitchen worktops depends on different factors. Compac Quartz is more resistant to impact and more straightforward to fabricate and install. Porcelain offers higher heat resistance and outdoor suitability.

  • Can Compac Quartz Stain?

    Compac Quartz, with zero porosity, resists staining effectively, preventing surface stains by dirt and liquids. The non-porous nature prevents germ growth, ensuring hygiene and low maintenance.

  • What is the difference between quartz from Compac and Silestone? Compac Quartz and Silestone offer durability, over 50 colours, and resistance to staining. Silestone tends to be slightly more expensive due to its brand status. Compac provides a 30-year product warranty, whilst Silestone offers a 25-year guarantee. Both materials are suitable for worktop applications, and the choice may depend on personal taste.

    Compac Quartz and Silestone offer durability, over 50 colours, and resistance to staining. Silestone tends to be slightly more expensive due to its brand status. Compac provides a 30-year product warranty, whilst Silestone offers a 25-year guarantee. Both materials are suitable for worktop applications, and the choice may depend on personal taste.

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