Quartz and Solid Surface worktops are typically installed in sections or slabs, which may require joints to connect them together. The joints are where two pieces of the worktop come together and are sealed to prevent dirt and debris from getting trapped in the gap.
A butt joint is a simple joint where the two sections of the worktop meet at a straight edge, creating a seam. Joints are created by using a special adhesive, colour matched as closely as possible to the individual Gemini colour to bond the two sections of the worktop together, creating a neat and tidy seam.
The joint technique ensures a proper seal to prevent moisture from seeping into the joint and causing damage over time. Our professional installers use specialised equipment and techniques to create and seal the joints, ensuring a high-quality installation.