Modular quartz worktops from kitchen surface specialist Max-Top Quartz have been selected for children’s charity Ronald McDonald House in Glasgow.
Max-Top Quartz surfaces have been installed throughout the facilities, which provide ‘home from home’ accommodation for families of children in the adjacent Royal Hospital for Children.
Retailer Alexander Macbeth in Johnstone managed the project and selected the White Jasmine worktop for the communal kitchen area, laundry room, tea room and staff bathroom.
Stephen Moss, managing director of Max-Top said: “We are thrilled that our products have been installed in such a worthwhile facility. As our surfaces are so easy-to-install, they are ideal for projects such as this, where timescales are tight but a high-quality quartz finish is required.”
The modular quartz product, which launched in the UK in 2014, features a patented interior honeycomb structure, offering the aesthetic benefits of a solid stone surface, with the advantage of a deeper 40mm profile.
Ruth Milligan, House Manager of Ronald McDonald House Glasgow, said: “Our role is to provide home away from home accommodation, enabling families to stay together whilst their child is in hospital. It’s therefore imperative that the look and feel of our facilities are comfortable and homely, and this work surface has certainly helped us to create a great finish.”
Karin Jackson, co-owner of Glasgow retailer Alexander Macbeth added: “As a charity, the team at Ronald McDonald needed a cost-effective product that didn’t compromise on quality or style, so Max-Top Quartz was the obvious choice for the project. We are delighted with the finish and thanks to the durability of the work surface, we are confident it will stay looking fantastic for many years to come.”
(To find out more about Ronald McDonald House in Glasgow, and the work it does for children in the local community, please visit: www.ronaldmcdonaldhouse.co.uk)