We currently have over 2000 stone materials in our collections. Work-tops aims to provide its customers with unlimited options by not limiting their desires. You are not bound by any kind of specification when working with us, whether it is customised kitchen design, edge profiles, polishing, or anything else. Our most recent additions are mostly quartz, marble, and granite. So, in the following sections, we will tell you a little bit about these stones.
Newest products Collections on Sale
Who wants to pass up opportunities, right? We at Work-tops want you to take advantage of our Summer Sale, which allows homeowners to pay half the price for stones when purchased with Work-tops' kitchen templates and installation services. Please contact us to see if an offer is available on the stone of your choice.
Collection of Granite
Granite is a popular countertop material because it is thick and does not affect when exposed to acidic substances. We carefully select our granite slabs to achieve an appearance that is not commonly seen in granite. Check out our granite collection to find the best new products for you.
Advantages that Granite Worktops Provide
- Durability: Granites have been known for their durability since ancient times. You can feel good about your decision to use granite worktops because you won't have to renovate your kitchen as frequently or make as many repairs.
- Countertops are easy to keep clean.
- Increase the value of your home.
- A variety of designs are simple to repair.
- heat resistant
- Outdoor use only
Collection of Marble
Marble is one of our favourite stones from the New Products collection. Marble is typically a light-colored rock. If it is made of limestone with few impurities, it will be white in colour. Impurities such as clay minerals, iron oxides, or bituminous material may be present in blueish, grey, pink, yellow, or black marble. The most popular marble among homeowners for kitchen worktops, floors, and bathrooms, as well as among kitchen and interior designers, is extremely high purity with a bright white colour. Check out our marble collection to find the best new products for us.
The Benefits of Marble Countertops Include:
Because marble is so easy to carve, it can be used to create sculptures, decorative items, and appealing kitchen countertop designs. Because of its transparency, marble lends itself well to a wide range of sculptures.
Excellent Resale Value
Marble has long been regarded as one of the most valuable stones for homeowners seeking to increase the value of their investments. Marble home improvements always increase the value of residential properties.
Resistant to Heat
Marble is one of the stones with the highest heat resistance. It is far more expensive than the quartz that is typically used in white kitchens. Because of its cooling effect, it is popular among bakers for kitchen counters. Marble can also be used for fireplace surrounds.
Colours that are constant over time. It is resistant to UV radiation and thus retains its original colour.
Collection of Quartz
Engineered quartz stones, which are commercially manufactured from natural quartz minerals, are frequently used in residential and commercial structures as slabs and worktops. A few characteristics distinguish engineered quartz stones from natural stones such as granite and marble. Check out our quartz collection to find the best new products for you.
The following are Just a Few of the Benefits of Quartz Countertops:
- They have a lovely appearance and are extremely durable.
- There are numerous colours available.
- They are extremely hygienic due to their extreme non-porous
- Natural Scratch Resistance
- Simple and low-maintenance
Services for Fabrication and Installation
Work-tops also provides kitchen template, fabrication, and installation services to homeowners in the UK and Ireland, so if you're interested, give us a call at 0330 113 5868 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Our installation services can be completed in as little as 10 days (given that there are no changes made after the template appointment).