30mm Worktops
30mm Worktops
30mm Worktops
30mm Worktops
30mm Worktops
30mm Worktops
30mm Worktops
30mm Worktops
30mm Worktops
30mm Worktops

30mm Worktops

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30mm vs 20mm worktop – which is best?

Traditionally, kitchen worktops were solid designs with a substantial thickness. However, as contemporary tastes continue to lean towards sleek minimal aesthetics, 20mm worktops have become more popular.

When choosing a beautiful quartz worktop should you follow the latest trend and opt for a thinner 20mm worktop? Quartz worktops are about quality and longevity as well as a beautiful aesthetic. Will selecting a thinner worktop affect the quality of your finished countertop and its long-term value?

Let’s take a deeper look at how a 30mm and a 20mm quartz worktop compare in terms of value and function.

30mm vs 20mm worktop – which is best?

What is a 30mm worktop?

If you’re looking for a worktop in a standard thickness, a depth of 30mm is the depth you should choose for a standard look. For homeowners who want a long overhang, a granite worktop or to install an induction hob, a 30mm worktop is usually preferred.

However, in some cases, you may need to use a thinner worktop to fit under fixed surfaces such as a window ledge or complement cabinets with thinner doors so it’s always possible to get a worktop in a range of thicknesses from a good retailer.

Worktops endure heavy use daily and are built to last so it makes sense to expect a kitchen worktop to look robust. These are structures that we lean on, cook on and place lots of storage as well as appliances both under and over so we want a worktop to be strong above all else.

Can a 20mm worktop live up to our practical needs for a strong kitchen worktop?

30mm vs 20mm worktop – which is best?

Quartz worktops

Quartz worktops are prized for both their aesthetic and endurance. The advantages of quartz kitchen worktops being manufactured from natural quartz mean that in addition to creating a superior countertop that’s both strong and highly resistant you can also make it thinner.

A 20mm quartz worktop is still a strong, superior product. Quartz worktops are made by compressing crushed organic quartz crystals and glue-like polymer resins together so if you produce a thinner worktop the interior of a quartz countertop is not compromised.

However, for some homeowners, a 30mm quartz worktop is still the preference because it’s a standard look they know will last.

One of the reasons people choose a quartz worktop is because they know quartz countertops retain their value long term. If you opt for a 20mm quartz kitchen worktop, there’s no way of knowing the thinner look will still be in vogue in future.

Granite worktops

And what about granite worktops? Some granite worktops are available in a 20mm depth however it’s not a thickness that works for every slab of granite. Granite worktops are shaped from slabs of granite stone taken directly from the ground.

For some types of granite, reducing the thickness of a slab to 20mm will affect the intricacies of its structure and reduce its strength. Therefore when choosing a granite worktop, you’ll find all granite slabs are available as 30mm worktops whilst only some slabs can also be purchased as 20mm worktops.

From 30mm worktops to 20mm worktops, browse our huge range of premium quartz and granite worktops in a range of thicknesses today. With our fast and efficient, tailored end to end service you can have your bespoke kitchen worktop installed within 5 days.

For the finest quality quartz and granite worktops at lower prices than national retailers, shop our enormous collection of quartz and granite worktops today or call 01924 903949.

Do you sell directly to the public?

Yes, we supply all kinds of worktops including 20 & 30mm worktops. By doing so we can ensure you get the best service and price. By cutting out the middleman and passing the savings on to you.

What must I have on site when you arrive to do the templating?

Before the survey you need to ensure all cabinets are level, have sufficient braces and are secure firmly to the wall. Make sure you know the final location of the sinks, hobs, taps and any other fittings required and have these available on site. Please ensure after the survey cabinets are not moved as the measurements takes during the survey are crucial for a perfect worktop installation. Any changes after the survey will cause significant delays and incur extra charges.

Can we plaster the walls after you have templated?

No, this needs to be done before the templating. Tiling should be done after the 20 & 30mm worktops are installed.

How long from the templating will it take to fit my worktops?

We normally delivery and fit worktops within 4-10 working days from the survey. (7 day from sale to fit on certain occasions, call for details)

How accurate is an online quote?

The price calculated using the online guide price, which will only change if and when we come out to template, the measurements and your requirements change from the original quote online.

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