23rd March 2015

Surfaces add max value to properties

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Surface specialist Maxtop has reported a surge in customers renovating kitchens and bathrooms in preparation for selling their homes this Spring.

The worktop specialist has seen sales rise month-on-month for its unique Maxtop quartz surface, with customers looking to add value to their property before putting it on the market.

Stephen Moss, managing director of Maxtop commented: “In recent months we have had a flurry of customers looking to completely change the look of these key rooms by replacing the surfaces. It is a simple and cost-effective way of adding significant value to a house.

“Spring is always a popular time of year for selling up, which means the property market is set for a busy few months and it is clear that consumers are already preparing their houses for this!”

Launched in 2014, the modular quartz product features a patented interior honeycomb structure, offering the aesthetic benefits of a solid stone surface, with the advantage of a deeper 40mm profile, whilst being incredibly light weight.

Maxtop Quartz, which offers a 25 year guarantee, is available in up to 10 finishes including pearl white sparkle, anthracite and emerald, and is available for immediate sale and installation.

Stephen concluded: “The installation of Maxtop Quartz is a solid investment for those looking to sell their homes as well as those who merely fancy updating their kitchens and bathrooms and making a statement.”

MaxTop Quartz Ltd Marquis Street, Levenshulme, Manchester M19 3JH

Main Distributors

  • Plasman (Laminate Products) Ltd

    Plasman (Laminate
    Products) Ltd

    Manchester & Reading

  • Maxtop Scotland

    Maxtop Quartz Scotland

  • Magnet

    Magnet
    Nationwide

  • Terry Wilson Ltd

    Terry Wilson Ltd
    Northampton

  • The Panelling Centre

    The Panelling Centre
    Ireland

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