CRL Quartz worktops

As seen on TV: the benefits of quartz and ceramic explained

“30% of homeowning Brits chose engineered quartz worktops when doing up their kitchens last year.” That’s according to Mark Millar presenter of the new Channel 5 TV series Dream Kitchens and Bathrooms.

The first episode of the series, which saw one couple choose marble-inspired quartz worktops for their new kitchen also took a look at the pros and cons of various materials for kitchen surfaces. ‘Super resistant’ quartz, made from crushed natural stone, can be easily colour matched to cabinets, while ceramic is natural, durable and heat resistant.

Viewers looking to take advice from the programme on board can browse the full collection of CRL Quartz and Ceralsio ceramic surfaces at

A beautiful, hard-wearing and versatile range of surfaces that are available in a large range of colours, both collections meet the demands of modern living head on, offering stain, scratch, heat and shock resistance. Maintenance and cleaning is a breeze, meaning whichever surface is chosen, it will look the part for many years to come.

Free samples can be easily ordered to enable worktops to be matched with furniture and accessories with ease. Prices for start from £400 to £650 per square metre.

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