Choosing the right thickness for your kitchen worktop is an important decision that can affect the durability, appearance, and cost of your kitchen. Consider factors such as durability, appearance, and cost when choosing the thickness of your worktop. As a general rule of thumb, a thickness of 30mm is a good starting point for most materials. However, the thickness can vary depending on the material you choose and your personal preferences.
By taking the time to research and compare different options, you can choose a worktop that is both functional and beautiful. Whether you opt for a thick granite worktop or a thin laminate one, the right choice can make all the difference in creating your dream kitchen.
If you don’t feel confident in your abilities or don’t have the right tools for the job, it’s best to leave it to a professional. Our experienced team specialises in installing a variety of kitchen worktops, including laminate, compact laminate, solid wood, solid surface, granite, quartz, and more.
At Mr Kitchen Worktop Fitter, we take pride in our work and strive to deliver top-quality installations and renovations to each and every one of our clients. Contact us today!