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Kitchen worktops

Modern kitchen decorating uses a variety of materials for worktops that ensure more practical solutions than ever before. Few materials, however, can rival stone. Durable, scratch-resistant, and natural – stone is currently the most desirable type of worktop. At Stone & Building we offer only the best quality kitchen worktops made of various types of stone.

As one of the top stone worktop manufacturers in the UK, we offer our services all across London. We boast a large selection of materials to cater to even the most specific needs. Granite is one of such popular materials. This black stone is the most sought-after variety available, granting your kitchen an unparalleled level of elegance. While usually incredibly costly, we can provide granite worktops that are quite cheap for their superb quality. With Stone & Building, you get good value for your money.

Granite is far from the only material we have on offer. Should the dark colouring be unfit for your decor, or the material a tad too expensive, we have other natural stone worktops for you, such as quartz or marble. We also deal with corian and composite stones worktops – these consist of an artificial mixture of natural materials. (Check 2019 top kitchen design ideas by facts-homes)

Granite Kitchen worktops

If you’re looking for a truly unique kitchen worktop solution, granite is just what you need. It is a very hard crystalline, igneous or metamorphic rock primarily composed of feldspar, quartz and lesser amounts of dark minerals. It is visibly crystalline in texture, which makes it a very desirable material for your home. These natural properties make every bit of granite found in nature completely unique, ensuring that your worktop will be one of a kind. With proper care, it can last you for a very long time, providing a solid worktop surface for any kitchen.

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Quartz, Composite Kitchen worktops

Quartz is, to put it simply, an artificial stone, not unlike granite in its appearance. Composite stone boasts all the good looks and durability of natural stone while being much more versatile and customisable. Though not quite as unique as the natural patterns on granite, quartz kitchen worktops come in a variety of colours and patterns. This is due to the fact that it's man-made - the colours and patterns are limited, as opposed to granite, a natural stone, which comes in a multitude of unique patterns.

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Corian Kitchen worktops

Corian is an artificial material and as such, it is very hard, making it one of the best choices for a kitchen worktop. It is a hard material, but keep in mind that proper measures must be taken in order to prevent scratches. With 100 colours to choose from and the ability to mould corian however you see fit (all due to the fact that it becomes flexible in high temperatures), you can pick any kitchen worktop you want to maintain a consistent look throughout the kitchen. Its greatest feature is the fact that it can be shaped into a seamless worktop, and it is very easy to maintain, offering a very clean and hygienic option.

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Marble Kitchen worktops

Brightly coloured, elegant, and with subtle natural stone markings, marble has been a commonly used stone material for ages, making it a classic along with granite, which it shares many similarities with. It's important to keep in mind that it's the softer material of the two and is most likely better suited for a bathroom than a kitchen. Nevertheless, with proper care, marble kitchen worktops can last you a long time. Their bright colours and classic looks can make any kitchen look brighter, making them the perfect addition to an elegant household.

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Limestone Kitchen worktops

Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed largely of the minerals calcite and aragonite, which are different crystal forms of calcium carbonate.

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Slates Kitchen worktops

Slate stone is a natural stone that is basically a fine-grained rock formed by the composition of mud and stone sediment. Slate is an ideal material for fireplace finishes, floor and wall tiling and can be used on external areas.

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Kitchen Worktops FAQ

We offer a variety of stone types including granite, marble, quartz, and more. Each stone has its own unique characteristics and advantages.

Stone worktops are known for their durability. They are resistant to scratches, stains, and heat, making them an ideal choice for kitchens.

Regular cleaning with mild soap and water is usually sufficient. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive pads. For specific care guidelines based on the stone type, please refer to our care guide.

While stone surfaces, especially granite, are heat resistant, it is always recommended to use a trivet or pad to avoid potential discoloration or thermal shocks.

Some stones, like granite and marble, may require periodic sealing to prevent stains. Our team will provide guidance on maintenance during installation.

Simply fill out our online inquiry form or contact us directly. We'll be happy to provide you with a bespoke quotation based on your requirements.

The installation process can vary based on the size and complexity of the project. Typically, it can take anywhere from a few hours to a full day. Our team will provide a more precise estimate once they assess the workspace.

While stone worktops are durable, accidents can happen. If your worktop gets chipped or damaged, please contact us. In many cases, we can repair or restore the surface to its original beauty.

We advise against cutting directly on the stone to avoid potential scratches or damages to both the stone and your knives. It's best to use a cutting board.

Yes, we provide a warranty for our worktops. The duration and terms vary based on the type of stone and other factors. Please refer to our warranty section for detailed information.

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