Helpful Guides

Here are some useful guides to help you through the process of buying new kitchen worktops.


Worktops Buying Guide

Discover what’s involved in the process of buying new granite and quartz worktops.

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Worktops Price Guide

See example prices and discover what goes into the cost of a new granite or quartz countertop. 

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Which Is Better, Granite Or Quartz?

Often a question people ask themselves when considering premium solid surface – which is better?

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Frequently Asked Questions


How quickly can my worktops be installed?

In some cases we can supply and install your new worktops in as little as 7 days. Due to our experience and time-served in the industry, we offer one of the quickest purchasing processes available in he UK.

Are you competitive on price?

We pride ourselves on the competitive nature of our prices and the highest levels of job quality and customer service. Send us your information for quotation and we are sure you will be very pleasantly surprise at just how good a our prices are, and how much you can potentially save.

Can I request samples of materials?

Yes. Due to the nature of the materials (granite and quartz) and the high levels of enquiries we receive, postage does carry a small cost. However we deduct this cost from the price of your order when placed. To order samples, please request a quote online (you can select samples on the thank you page) or call us on 0113 365 0252.

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept all major credit and debits cards via telephone payment. Please note, credit cards may incur a small processing fee.

Do you have a showroom?

We have a number of showrooms throughout the UK and many fabrication factories. Viewing materials can be done at one of our showrooms or you can order samples directly from us as per the answer the the question “Can I request samples of materials?” above.

What guarantees do you offer?

All of our installations come with a 10 warranty for complete peace of mind and customer satisfaction.

What is the maximum size of a slab?

Granite and quartz slabs are available in 3 metre lengths without a join (300 centimetres). Tha maximum width is 1.3 metres (130 centimetres).

Note** – some materials are available in jumbo slabs (larger), please call for information.