Surrey Marble and Granite is currently open with a limited workforce to enable safe social distancing in line with government directions to safe guard our staff and customers.

SMG is open for visits by APPOINTMENT ONLY to ensure social distancing is maintained in our showroom and safeguard our staff and customers. Please contact the office on 01428 651940 to check availability and book.

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    Welcome to our Showroom

    As stone lasts years or even centuries, it’s important to take the time to find a stone you love. At Surrey Marble and Granite, we understand that looking online is convenient but limited. It’s hard to get a feel for stone from a photo, no matter how large or high resolution the image is. That’s why we’ve opened our workshop to the public, welcoming visitors to our showroom 7 days a week.

    Get the Feel for Stone

    The stone you choose for your home should feel good under your hands. After all, you’ll walk barefoot on those limestone bathroom tiles and run your hands over that granite kitchen worktop most days in the years to come. Each stone can be finished in different ways, giving it a different texture. At our showroom, you can handle processed and natural stone tiles and slabs with different finishes, giving you a clear idea of how each one feels.

    Colours Your Computer Can’t Display

    Every computer monitor displays colour slightly differently, and many have odd quirks. Before making a final decision, we recommend viewing your stone in person. At our showroom, you’ll be able to see the stone in both natural and artificial light. Natural stone tiles and slabs have a depth, richness of colour and beauty that’s hard to display in a photo, so the impact of a personal visit can be striking.

    Learn What You Need to Know

    Our goal is to provide the information you need to choose the right stone for your home. That includes details about colour, texture, finish, edgings and how these relate to the cost of your selection. At our showroom, you’re able to compare samples side by side, so you can get a clear and accurate idea of the real differences between two options.

    The expert stone workers on our staff are on hand to explain the technical details of their craft. With years of experience behind us, we’re accustomed to listening before we talk. We want to find out your needs, so we can help you find the right stone. We’ll try to fill in the gaps in your knowledge, so come to us with all your questions about processed or natural stone tiles, worktops, baths or bespoke items.

    Drop in or Book Ahead

    We welcome visitors to our showroom any time we’re open. If you call ahead to arrange a visit, we can make sure that one of our experienced stone workers is on hand to answer questions you have and provide accurate technical information. We’re also happy to answer queries by phone, and you can call us on 01428 651940.

    Our showroom is open 5 days a week. We welcome visitors from:

    Mon – Thu – 07:30 – 17:00
    Fri – 07:30 – 16:00
    Sat – By Appointment
    Sun – Closed

    We are closed on the 25th and 26th of December, as well as the 1st of January.

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