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user263781638 Fri 27-Oct-17 22:18:07

Just ordered our new kitchen and would like this worktop but we have no idea of costs does anybody know? We would be sourcing this from a local firm who do supply and fit but we haven’t had them out yet as we’ve only just ordered the kitchen.
We last had quartz the reason we would like neolith is due to one specific style/pattern they do other wise it would be quartz again, so basically what’s the price range in comparison to quartz?

user263781638 Fri 27-Oct-17 22:19:16

http://www.touchstoneworktops.com/stone-worktops/porcelain-worktops/neolith-worktops/neolith-estatuario/

Link to the one we would like if anybody is interested.

Mosaic123 Sat 28-Oct-17 01:21:35

I like that one.

user1469117700 Sat 28-Oct-17 09:52:22

Quartz does come in that pattern

user263781638 Sat 28-Oct-17 12:37:56

Do they!? I haven’t seen one just like that and the kitchen place said they don’t hmm

user1469117700 Sat 28-Oct-17 12:59:56

Ive attached a pic from one of my suppliers.
I have used this one a few times, Very nice

feve17 Sun 29-Oct-17 11:25:53

@user263781638 you will LOVE having Neolith in the kitchen! It's practically indestructible! You can chop straight on top of it & it's impossible to burn too. It will be more expensive than quartz though because it takes a lot more work to fabricate, but in the long run it will be so worth it!

user263781638 Sun 29-Oct-17 11:30:54

Feve thank you! I managed to chop my quartz in a week last time after I dropped a load of plates on it from a wall cupboard 😩

Any idea how much dearer? It isn’t a large area really and I think our quartz from last time was about £3500 that was for pure white, the area is slightly smaller this time.

user263781638 Sun 29-Oct-17 11:31:16

Chip* that should’ve said 🙄

ihatethecold Sun 29-Oct-17 18:18:39

Following. I’m just starting to plan my new kitchen and this sounds ideal.
I’ve never heard of this before.
I definitely need hard wearing and scratch/heat resistant.

feve17 Sun 29-Oct-17 22:21:59

@Ihatethecold take a look at Neolith and also at Dekton they are both ceramic composites (long story cut short) they look exactly like quartz but are much more hard wearing & Dekton is available in some really cool textures like woodgrains and concretes etc... check out this Neolith demo video its very helpful & the properties apply to both brands
youtu.be/71jl1_R6i5M
@User263781638 I couldn't tell you personally as every project js different, best thing to do is to send a rough layout with measurements to your stonemason and they will be able to provide you with an accurate quote for both ☺

ihatethecold Mon 30-Oct-17 07:39:44

Thanks feve17

user263781638 Mon 30-Oct-17 09:43:03

Thanks feve

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