Stone Window Sill Experts
Quartz, Marble & Granite Window Sills
If you are looking for a granite window sill for your home or commercial project, you have come to the right place. Paramount Stone Specialists are granite experts, with a wide range of granite offcuts and an experienced team ready to custom make granite window sills to your desired size, specifications and design.
Paramount Stone Specialists are natural and engineered stone experts, creating high quality stone products for customers throughout the UK for over 25 years.
During our years of working with granite and other stones, we have gained a reputation for delivering high quality products and love creating special designs for our customers whilst keeping prices affordable.
We have an excellent range of quality granite stone, sourced from the best quarries around the world. Our offcuts are offered at large discounts, making them a great way to renovate at a cheaper price. We have a large selection of granite offcuts from our work with kitchen worktops and fireplaces which are perfect to use for smaller projects like a granite window sill.
Our in-house stonemasons are experienced and work to your custom requirements. We can provide measuring, cutting, polishing, delivery and installation services at the most affordable prices.
Exterior & Interior Window Sills
Benefits of a Marble Window Sill
Choosing a marble window sill for your renovation is a valuable addition to any home. If you are renovating and putting in new windows, you may be wondering what material to use for your interior and exterior window sills.
Choosing the right material for your window sill is an important, yet often overlooked consideration in a renovation. Not just a necessary element providing structural integrity for your windows, windowsills provide a barrier protection from water as well as a space that can be used to place decorative items such as pot plants, vases, trinkets, candles and photo frames.
Common window sill materials include stone such as granite and marble, quartz, wood, metal, PVC and ceramic.
Unfortunately for many materials like PVC, wood and laminate, there are many common problems that go hand in hand with window sill usage. Although the cost can be low, the durability and practicality factor is usually much worse than using a more practical material such as stone. With less sturdy materials, deterioration, poor moisture control, staining and damage are all typical issues that can occur and often result in repair and replacements much sooner than anticipated.
Marble window sills are not only timeless in style, they are aesthetically stunning and durable. Marble is naturally long-lasting, not easy chipped and are not damaged by sunlight making it ideal for both interior and exterior sills.
Custom Granite Window Sills
Benefits of a Granite Window Sill
Natural stone window sills are one of the most popular choices, not only for their durability but the stunning natural look and sophistication they give to a home.
Granite works so great as it fits perfectly to match existing granite or as a one of feature. Many renovators love to match their stone worktops with stone window sills, which creates a natural interior design symmetry. However granite window sills work just as well on their own, providing that accent of sophistication that can easily match with both modern and classic interior design looks.
As a 100% natural stone, granite is known for adding a luxury and elegant look to a home. With an abundance of colours, from solids to patterns and specks, there is a stunning look ready to up-lift any space.
If you want a window sill material that will stand the test of time and last, granite is a perfect match. Made to last, granite sills provide a long lasting solution that need fewer repairs and replacements than many other popular materials.
Granite is an incredibly hard material, with a long wearing nature that will not easily break or damage. Another advantage of using granite, is that the stone is UV resistant, so you can rest assured knowing your window sill won’t fade in colour or damage from sunlight.
High Quality Quartz Windowsills
Benefits Of A Quartz Window Sill
When deciding on the right material for you, factoring in the durability of the material, reliability, design aesthetic preferences and cost are all important considerations.
Installing a quartz window sill is both a cost-effective and a practical choice for your home. Quartz is an engineered stone which is typically more affordable than marble and granite. There are even quartz colours that mimic the look of marble, so if you are looking to save on costs, quartz might be the answer you are looking for.
Available in a huge range of colours and patterns, it can be matched with your kitchen worktop to create a cohesive look in your kitchen.
Quartz window sills are non-porous, stain-resistant, durable and easy to maintain. They are naturally resistant to mould and mildew, a great asset for your home.
Overall, quartz, marble and granite are three practical and beautiful materials that are ideal for use as a window will, the choice will depend on your individual requirements and preferences for your home.
High Quality Granite Windowsills
Stone Window Sill Experts
Paramount Stone Specialists are granite window sill experts with a passion for creating beautiful interior and exterior stone pieces for your home. We beleive in providing a helpful, friendly and professional service from start to finish, whether your project is large or small.
With the big discounts that Paramount offers on granite offcuts, your new granite sill won’t cost you a fortune and it makes an excellent investment for your home that will last for many years to come.
After a differnt stone type? We can make marble window sills as well as a range of other stone types.
If you would like to get started on a granite window sill for your new project or for help replacing an existing window sill, call Paramount Stone Specialists today. We specialise in a range of enginneered and natural stone window sills including granite, ceramic and marble window sills.