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.
Is a marble bathroom better than granite? Is quartz better than limestone? A question like this always courts controversy. As expert stoneworkers, every member of our team has their own opinion on which stone is best for which use – and some are very sure that their favourite is best for any situation! To offer a more balanced view, in this article we’ll walk you through various scenarios and explain which stone is best for the bathroom renovation in question. This will help you figure out which stone is best […]
At Surrey Marble and Granite, we design unique kitchen worktops for family homes across the South of England. Every kitchen is different, just as every family is different. By creating bespoke marble and granite worktops in our workshop, we’re able to fit a stunning worktop into any space, easily handling oddly shaped rooms, preserving period features and maintaining the character of your home. By putting you in control of the design process, we can give you the kitchen worktop of your dreams in just a few short weeks.