Marble & Limestone Kitchen Worktops

Direct from the UK’s leading specialists, uses marble of the highest quality which comes in a variety of colours, polishing it to a high gleam.

Marble is resistant to heat, scratches and impact, but because it is softer than granite, it requires special attention. A marble worktop can generally be wiped clean with a clean damp cloth and buffed dry where necessary with a microfiber cloth. If a deeper clean is required to remove grease or oil deposits, a mild, well diluted detergent or a stone specific cleaner can be used. Under no circumstances should acidic or abrasive products be used to clean a marble worktop, as this can damage the surface of the stone. It’s advised that any spillages of an acidic nature, e.g. wine, vinegar, fruit juices, etc. should be cleaned up as soon as possible and neutralised by applying plenty of clean water and wiped up, rinsed and then buffed dry.

Natural & Unique

Granite is a natural product and no two pieces are the same. Giving you a truly unique worktop

easy to clean

Easy to Clean

Granite work surfaces are easy to clean. It is fairly low maintenance and once sealed it doesn’t stain easily

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Heat Resistant

Granite is heat resistant, so no need to worry about those hot pots and pans when you are cooking

Historic and Unique Beauty

Marble has been valued throughout history for its unique beauty, relative homogeneity and appearance that does not change with the direction in which it lies, known as “isotropy.” Marble allows light to actually penetrate its surface, sometimes by several millimetres before scattering, giving marble a unique “waxy” appearance. Marble & Limestone have been used in sculpturing, construction, flooring, wall cladding and work surfaces for many centuries and it remains as desirable, relevant and fashionable today.

Limestone is heat resistant and resistant to most scratches and stains once it has been sealed. Most general, day-to-day care can be achieved with a damp cloth. In the hands of our skilled craftsmen these qualities bring your kitchen to life and set it apart from anything else you can purchase.

Technical Information & Design Options

Worktop Finishes offer a selection of finishes including polished (standard),honed, leather, flamed and brushed finishes.

Polished Finish – Gloss and flat to the touch

Honed Finish – Matt and flat to the touch

Leather Finish – Satin and soft to the touch

Flamed – Heat treated, to produce a textured undulating to the touch

Characteristics & Specifications
Pitting and Veining is a natural and is expected in stone worktops

With stone worktops small fissures are common; blemishes and flaws are formed in the stone when cooling in the earth’s surface

Slate, marble and limestone have various different veins, markings and patterns and every piece is unique

Stone worktop joints are finished with a small ariss to the top edge. Silicone sealant is applied to prevent water ingression.

Thermal expansion
Due to thermal expansion granite can expand up to 1mm per metre.

Overhangs and supports
Any overhang extending more than 300mm must be supported.

Granite is highly scratch resistant but not scratch proof.

Slate, marble and limestone are much softer than granite and greater care must be taken to avoid scratches to the surfaces

The stone will be sealed in the factory but it is possible to stain it with such things as wine or grease. It is recommended that the worktop must be re-sealed every 6 months to help reduce the risk of any damage to your worktops. sell care & maintenance kits which clean, seal, and maintain your granite worktops to the very highest standard.

Extra labour will be required on any worktops over 120kg. This will be supplied at no cost to