• Granite worktop


There are a quite a few different kinds of work surfaces to choose from, detailed below ids a brief description and some web links to help you decide which ones would be best for your kitchen:



A great choice of finishes and very low cost make this an attractive option for most clients, options like breakfast bars, upstands and splash back panels also give versatility too.

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Granite surfaces are hard wearing and with care will last a lifetime, has an ability to be shaped into the preferred dimensions of our clients and with hundreds of species available is a great solid surface option. Quartz surfaces like its granite cousin is found in many different colours and is just as flexible in terms of shaping, up-stands and splash backs. Unlike granite though it is man-made using the latest design processes and technology, sometimes incorporating mineral pieces, natural shells/pebbles, glass, mirror pieces and even recycled ceramics.

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Timber delivers a natural warmth that just isn’t found in other work tops, with its ability to be shaped as per the clients wishes and compliment most kitchen cabinetry it’s a really well priced all-rounder. Sometimes our clients love the idea of timber to add a contrast to their kitchen but want to keep easy maintenance in mind, we in turn suggest having it on a breakfast bar or an island so that the seating area has some relief to the other surfaces. Timber also keeps at room temperature making a great seating area contrast to the colder hardwearing granite/quartz.

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Corian and Hi-Macs surfaces are resin based and offer an un-paralleled choice when it comes to thickness, depths and shaping as all joints/seams are filled with a perfect colour matched liquid resin that once set and finished creates an invisible join. Also incorporating timber feature edges, matching seamless sinks, recessed draining areas and hot rods for hob/range cooker make for a very flexible design.


Stainless Steel:

Stainless steel is a great hard wearing surface often used in high traffic areas or as a design relief from the other surfaces in the kitchen design.



Glass worktops are a great feature work surface and add impact to a design, they can also be lit by LED lighting to create a real talking point in a design. Also available in splashback form to add gravitas to a plain wall or simply to provide protection to a wall above a hob/sink area.