Granite is an inorganic material that has many of the appropriate conditions to let it be used as the surface material for kitchen worktops. It is one of the most used because of its features, among which are its hardness and heat resistance, resistance to water or moisture intake, and its anti abrasive or corrosive features – juices and liquids that are commonly used in everyday cooking are unlikely to harm it. Besides being very hygienic when well maintained, it is particularly durable and resistant to marks and stains.
If you’re wearing 2 pairs of socks and your slippers, you may be dreaming of thick carpet – or perhaps a Caribbean holiday. However, warm stone floors are no longer the stuff of dreams. Here are several ways to keep your toes toasty, whether you’re installing new limestone tiles or have period natural stone flooring throughout your home.
From the ancient Romans to modern films, classic white marble abounds. However, marble and granite cover most of the rainbow, and engineered stones fill in the gaps. Thanks to modern technological improvements, these unusual stones and many others are available to ordinary families in Surrey. At our workshop, we have both natural and processed stones covering every shade and hue. Here are a few of our favourite yellows, from primrose to daffodil.