Kitchen Worktops

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Granite & Quartz

Granite and Quartz worktops look fantastic in Modern or Classic kitchens. Granite, a natural product is porous and requires sealing every few years. Quartz is a man-made alternative that requires no maintanence and is more consistant for successful colour matching.


Laminate worktops are the cheapest option, but they also look great. The range is enormous, they are hard wearing and require no maintanence.

Solid wood

Solid wood worktops look very nice, but they do require regular oiling to keep them looking good and in top condition. If you’re choosing a belfast sink, for example, you might be better off choosing Quartz or Granite due to the wear and tear from water damage. 

Choosing the right surface for you.

The worktop is one of the most important choices when designing a kitchen. Which worktop you choose will come down to taste, practicality and budget. When we put together your design, we will walk you through the pros an cons of each type to make the decision easy for you.


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