CRL Quartz worktops: hardwearing and hygienic
CRL Quartz, produced by industry-leading CRL Stone, is a comprehensive range of beautiful, engineered surfaces designed with the purpose of meeting the demands of modern living. Hardwearing and easy to maintain, CRL Quartz is perfect for use in kitchen and bathroom décor where hygiene and durability are a must, and where sleek, stone worktops and floors are a luxurious touch.
CRL Quartz worktops are available in a vast array of finishes and different thicknesses and finishes as well as extra-large format slabs to allow for a greater consistency in design over large spaces such as kitchen worktops. Being created from natural quartz crystals and resin binders they are one of the hardest minerals on Earth – adding to its appeal for high-traffic areas such as bathroom and kitchen worktops. Using pigments and additives, it’s possible to make a wide range of colours and natural-looking finishes.
Impala Stone is proud to be a supplier of CRL Quartz stone products, and as they come with a 25-year warranty, you can have peace of mind that you have a stoneware product designed to last. With over four decades of experience in the stonemasonry sector, there’s little we don’t know about stone products and their installation in every situation. We fit your CRL Quartz product precisely and professionally – guaranteeing you a perfect fit every time.
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Come and take a look! Impala Stone has got a whole showroom dedicated to showing off our gorgeous quartz collection. We’ve got a team of helpful qualified staff on hand to give you quality advice, pricing and installation options.
CRL Quartz worktops for a timeless appeal
CRL Quartz’s worktops are created for a marble effect but with much greater durability and ease of maintenance than the real deal. Fabricated from a mixture of natural quartz crystals and resin binders with added pigments for colour and sometimes small amounts of other types of natural stone or recycled materials for texture and aesthetics. The process of making the worktops involves grinding the quartz crystals into an aggregate and then binding it with the resin. The mixture is then poured into moulds, pressed heated and cooled to form the hard surface which can then be polished and cut to the desired size. Being constructed of recycled materials, CRL Quartz is a more environmentally friendly material than natural marble that is mined out of the earth.
CRL Quartz has the appearance of marble with veining and patterning which makes every slab of their quality worktops completely unique. The engineering process results in a surface that is harder, more uniform and less porous than many natural stones. You can also benefit from the extremely high resistance to scratches and stains and a resilient, durable stone worktop that will last for decades with the minimum of care and maintenance.
CRL Quartz worktops can have a range of curved to straight edges and be cut to your bespoke requirements providing a reliable and aesthetic choice for any interior application including:
- Wall cladding
- Other interior surfaces
You can select thicknesses of 20mm or 30 mm and in a huge array of colours to support whatever interior décor theme you are looking to achieve.
Impala Stone is an award-winning expert in professional stone surface fabrication and installation and will offer you advice and support throughout the fitting process. We pride ourselves on our professional approach and efficient installation procedures – bringing you top-quality materials for your home renovation project with our highest-quality customer service.
Impala Stone will supply CRL Quartz stone worktops in Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Sheffield, Nottinghamshire, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, Mansfield, Ashbourne, Derby, Buxton and Sutton Coldfield, plus many more locations across the UK.
Help and advice
We know what looks good. Our friendly and knowledgeable team gives invaluable advice to help you choose the best new quality stone product for your interior. We offer genuine and practical opinions so that you can get the best out of your new stone surface product.