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Bespoke Stone-Cutting: Any Size, Any Shape

As stone-cutting experts, Surrey Marble and Granite undertake custom projects of all sizes, from handling an awkward corner in a small kitchen to creating a seaworthy marble bathroom for a super-yacht. We undertake complete projects, from templating to installation, and are always happy to discuss the possibilities of stone. With years of experience in the industry, we have the lessons of many successful projects to draw on and are always ready for a new challenge.

We believe that stone is one of the most beautiful and versatile materials there is, an it’s a joy to create stonework that is visually appealing, pleasant to touch and easy to use. Our goal with all our projects is to provide a premium service at an affordable price, giving our customers the beautiful colours, high quality and unique designs that they require.

Stairs, Sinks, Swirls and Swooshes

Bespoke stone fabrication can be purely practical, such as creating custom-sized stair treads to repair a historical marble staircase, or they can be purely aesthetic, such as adding swirls and flourishes to a granite counter top or creating a decorative stone floor.

Our stock includes both stone tiles and slabs. We use natural stone from around the world as well as high quality engineered stones such as Silestone, Arena Stone and Quarella. We work with diverse materials and techniques to fabricate the stone pieces that our customers require.

Yachts, Tour Buses and Other Demanding Projects

Stone-cutting isn’t just for houses, and we’re keen to encourage our customers to think outside the box when it comes to their products. Thanks to our flexible modern workshop, we’re able to create bespoke stonework for all sorts of unusual situations. As an example, many yachts and deluxe tour buses and motor homes feature stonework.

In some cases, the stone is purely aesthetic, and during fabrication the piece may be slimmed, reducing the weight. (This is particularly important for land vehicles.) In other cases, the weight of the stone can be used to counterbalance an opposing piece, keeping the whole ship on an even keel.

Local Fabrication, International Quality

All of our work is done on site, in our Surrey workshops, but we source our stone from around the world. This combination of local stone-cutting and working with global suppliers and independent quarries lets us find the best stones for each use and price point.

We’re proud of the quality and history of the products we provide, and strongly encourage our customers to visit our workshop. If you have a project you want to undertake, our experts will be happy to take time out to show you around our sample gallery and discuss your needs and the possibilities of the medium. While other stone cutters may be limited by training or lack of imagination, we combine an age old craft with the newest technologies to create truly stunning effects.

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