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Get in touch

Choosing your stone

Ordering with us

Hand crafted manufacturing 

Installing 

Get in touch

Once you've chosen your new kitchen get in touch and we can help you pick your worktops.

To get the ball rolling send us an email with your new kitchen plans. Please include dimensions, your choice of sink and any other cut outs you require. It is useful if you have any ideas of the type and colour of stone you like.

Alternatively you can make an appointment to visit us, bringing your plan with you. You can then browse our range of stone whilst discussing your project.

Choosing your stone
 
Choose from:

Granite - A natural stone. Quarried from all over the world, it is cut and polished to produce slabs in a variety colours and patterns.

Quartz - A man made product, combining natural quartz stone with resin. There is a wide range of colour options and finishes from plain and subtle to highly patterned choices.

Sintered Stone - Including Dekton and Neolith. A manufactured product made from natural stone which is powdered and treated under extreme heat and pressure. This giving a strong, hardwaring material as well as wide range of finishes.

Another element to consider is the thickness of your worktops, choose from:  30mm, 20mm and 12mm.

Once you have chosen your favourite(s) we can put together an estimate for your kind consideration.

Ordering with us

 

Once you have decided you would like to proceed with your kitchen worktops, you will receive a confirmation email.  We will discuss dates for templating and installation. At this point we will raise your 50% deposit invoice for immediate payment for your material to be ordered.

Once your new kitchen units have been fitted, our fitter will  then visit you to template. This is the process of measuring the exact dimensions of your new worktop, particularly the cutouts required for sinks, hobs and taps, we request that these appliances are on site for measuring.

 

 

Bespoke manufacturing

 

With your templates made, the manufacturing of your worktop can begin.


As stone is a natural material and each slab is subtly individual, if your chosen material has a distinct flow or crystal pattern, you are welcome to come to the workshop to see your slab before we cut it - once a slab is cut there is no going back! 

Installing your new worktop

 

Once your worktop has been manufactured, it is now time for the installation.

Installation time will depend on the indivual design of your kitchen. The office will try and give you some indication of how long this will take and whether it will be a morning or afternoon slot for you.