Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get granite worktops?

You could use our online website to get an idea of what the cost will be or alternatively call us now and speak to one of our friendly sales staff. When you are happy to proceed we can arrange a site survey at a time that best suits you.

2. What does the site survey entail?

Our surveyors will make a home visit to you in order to carefully measure your kitchen. This process ensures that the worktops made for you are a perfect fit.

3. What is the time period between placing the order and the installation?

We aim to have your worktops manufactured and installed as soon as possible within a week. Our experienced fitters will do everything they can to ensure the process is as quick and convenient for you as possible.

4. Would it be possible to see a sample of your granite?

Of course, you can visit our factory in West Drayton based factory or contact us and we will arrange more convenient ways for you to see samples of our granite and stones.

5. What areas do you cover?

We cover areas in North and North West London and areas at the borders. However, our engineers are mobile and we could drive from London to Manchester.

6. When can I order my worktops?

As soon as your kitchen cabinets are installed, screwed in place, and levelled you can order your kitchen worktops. Once the kitchen is properly fitted, we are then able to take the accurate measurements required to make your worktops.

7. What sizes do the worktops come in?

The maximum worktop sizes are dependent on the size of the slabs. Usual slab sizes 3 meters x 1.2 meter (1 meter = 1000 mm = 100cm) and depth from 30 mm to 20 mm.

8. How long does installation take?

Our worktop fitters usually take between 2 to 6 hours to carry out the worktop installation and complete finishing touches. That’s depends on the size of the worktop or tiles.

9. What can I do to maintain the appearance of the granite?

Granite is extremely durable, nevertheless there are few things that can damage the finish or lead to etching. Avoid chopping food directly on the granite worktop. Also substances like red wine could stain the worktops if they are in direct contact with the granite for a prolonged period. Use a damp cloth or washing up sponge with soapy water to clean your worktops.

10. What if I live upstairs?

There is absolutely no problem in having granite worktops fitted when living upstairs, however there might be an extra fee charge to cover the labour costs of the fitters as they have to carry the slabs up the stairs.

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