Please browse the frequently asked questions below, but please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any queries. Thank you.
Are you open on Saturdays?
Yes, we are open from 9am to 1pm, so please pop in.
Do you have a showroom and can we come and see the stone?
Yes, and you are more than welcome to visit us, we have a large selection of material on show. And we also have a great coffee machine.
Do I need a proper drawing in order to get a quote?
No, a sketch will suffice, or you can arrange a site visit and a representative will measure up your kitchen worktops and assess your needs and inspiration. There is no charge for this service.
Will you visit to make templates?
Yes, once all the base units are fixed and secure in their final position we can then visit and laser scan your kitchen to make digital templates. This latest technology is used to ensure accuracy.
Do we need hobs, sinks etc to be on site for templating?
Yes if possible, but we can be flexible in most cases.
Can we plaster after templating takes place?
Plastering needs to be done before templating takes place, to ensure accuracy.
Do we need to be there while templating/fitting takes place?
It is important that you are present so we can work together to ensure all your needs and wishes are realised in the final product.
What size are the granite slabs?
On average 3 metres wide x 1.6 metres high.
Will our kitchen units be secure enough for granite worktops?
In most cases your kitchen units will be fine, but occasionally the units will need to be strengthened. A site visit can be arranged to assess your existing units.
What is the thickness of quartz, granite, marble and ceramic used?
Granite and marble used for worktops are available in solid 20, 30 and 40mm thickness (40mm in most materials is special order, so please allow 4-6 weeks). Quartz is available in 12, 20 and 30mm (12mm only in selected colours) and ceramic in 3, 6, 12 and 20mm. We also offer made up edge details to give the appearance of a much thicker worktop. This can be achieved either by a mitre to disguise the join or with a butt join.
Please note we can be flexible and accommodating where possible. If you have any further questions on quartz, granite, marble or ceramic kitchen worktops please contact us. We will be more than happy to help.