Liz & Mike
Considering the cost of the materials that we work with to produce luxury countertops for our clients, this is a very good question. To find the answer, you only need to look at some of the jobs we have completed, such as the red jasper worktop we recently installed for a local customer. Semi-precious stone is undeniably more expensive than marble, granite, limestone or slate but when you would like to create a centrepiece, a talking point, in your kitchen, bathroom or any other room in your house, it is an excellent choice. Certain stones work better with certain colour schemes so if you are not sure what would be best for your home, please feel free to call and ask. We are always pleased to help whenever we can.
As it is your home, you are of course free to specify any type of material that you wish to use for your semi-precious worktops but we are experienced in working with the following stone:
If any of these materials particularly takes your fancy, you can call or email us at any time to request a quotation for your luxury worktop. Some stone is more suitable for certain applications than others but this is something that we can discuss when you get in touch with us. Whichever stone you decide you would like us to use, we will take great care to choose an exceptional piece and cut it to the precise dimensions that you require, before fashioning the edges to your specifications.
Once we have finished crafting your new worktop, we will of course deliver it to your home and install it for you too. The weight and value of a semi-precious work surface means that it is always best to leave the installation to our team of professionals rather than attempting to do it yourself. Besides, we don’t feel like we have really finished a job until the worktop that we have created has taken pride of place in your kitchen and we have seen the look of pleasure on your face when you see it in situ for the very first time.
Liz & Mike
Mr O’Neill, Stone Cross.
Mr Oaten, Sedlescombe.
Mr and Mrs Kadwill, Eastbourne.
Mrs Sandaver, Hastings.
Review by Mrs Pont in Bexhil on Sea who purchased the Silestone worktop.