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Bespoke Kitchen Worktops

Bespoke Stone Kitchen Worktops​

The kitchen is often the most important room in the house, and there’s no doubt that beautiful stone kitchen worktops can make or break the room.

With our years of experience designing, manufacturing and installing bespoke kitchen worktops, we can provide worktops that will enhance your kitchen for many years to come.

Visit our showroom in Wareham to speak to a member of our team about your requirements and to see our range of materials.

For quick advice, call our friendly team on 01929 550653 or by filling in the form on this page.

Sintered Stone

Sintered stone is a matrix of minerals heated (sintered) to form a solid impenetrable slab material.

Thanks to the creation process, Sintered stone has a surface that is extremely difficult to etch, scratch, burn or stain.

To discuss using sintered stone for your bespoke worktop, call our expert team on 01929 550653.

Granite​

Granite is an igneous rock made up of primarily quartz, feldspar, micas, amphiboles, and a mixture of additional trace minerals.

Due to the nature of Granite worktops they come in a variety of finishes, colours and patterns making each slab being completely unique.

Discuss your requirements with a member of our expert team on 01929 550653.

Quartz Stone​

Manufactured Quartz Stone is a manmade stone formed by combining ground quartz with  resins, polymers, and pigments.

It has all the advantages of granite but does not have the variation in colour and pattern that occur with a natural material. 

Discover the Quartz we use on our material gallery.

Caring for Your Bespoke Kitchen Worktops

Both granite and marble are porous and should be sealed before installation as this will give the necessary protection for use in the kitchen and bathroom. Quartz however is a more stain resistant material and does not require sealing. The following are the basic instructions for keeping your stone kitchen worktops looking their best:

Always mop up spills immediately, this will avoid any difficult to remove stains appearing. Acidic substances like wine, coffee, fruit juices, tomato sauce and sodas can etch the surface and cooking oils may soak into the surface if left for a prolonged length of time.

You can clean the surface using a sponge with soapy water or a soft cloth. Soapy water may over time leave a residue on the surface of the material dulling the polish, so rinsing off soap is recommended. A clear uncoloured household antibacterial surface spray may also be used and wiped dry after spraying. Always try a small are first. To bring the shine up we advise using the spray that is provided when we install. Replacements are available through our showroom. 

The use of trivets or coasters is recommended for placing hot pans on the counter tops. This will prevent damage to the polished surface. The use of Trivets is appropriate for all types of counter top surfaces not just those made of natural materials.

Always use a chopping board to prepare food on and a pastry board for rolling pastry. This will prolong the life of your countertops.

Custom Kitchen Worktops

Contact our experts

If you’ve decided that a bespoke stone surface is the right choice for you, we’d be delighted to help. 
The next step is to give us a call on 01929 550653, fill in the form below, or come see us at our showroom

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