As one of the leading worktop and laminate sheet fabricators in the South West, you can rely on us for high-quality products and excellent customer care. Established in 2006, our business has earned a reputation as one of the best independent suppliers of quality kitchen worksurfaces. Every worktop we manufacture is made to measure for a perfect fit and we also offer a delivery service. Items can also be collected from our showroom.
Why not pop by our showroom and see the range for yourself?
Whether you are having a new kitchen installed or simply want to upgrade your worksurfaces, visit us for:
We fabricate the best kitchen worksurfaces from all the leading brands such as Egger, Formica, Duropal, Spectra, Mistral, Mirostone, and Minerva. Whether you want a traditional farmhouse look or desire a contemporary aesthetic with modern solid surfaces, we have a wide range of options to suit every taste.
If you are looking to buy kitchen worksurfaces, then call us or visit our showroom for a free quote. Our advisors are happy to explain the features and benefits of each type and help you choose the best worksurfaces to suit your lifestyle. With a range of options to suit all budgets, get in touch to find out how we can help to transform your kitchen.
If you would like a price for worktop fabrication, please have your countertop dimensions ready so that we can give you an accurate quotation.
There are many different options to choose from including laminate, compact laminate and solid surfaces. Laminate worksurfaces are made from a core material that is layered in laminate sheets and fully sealed to create a hardwearing worksurface. Compact laminate is a solid laminate surface that comprises of a solid core that is layered in laminate sheets to create a solid laminate surface. Solid surfaces are made from a large percentage of recycled minerals and it is this that gives them their authentic stone appearance and cold to touch feel.
Yes. Solid surface worktops can be repaired to save you from replacing the entire surface. We always recommend following the manufacturer’s care guide to mitigate the risk of damage.
At this time of shortage, we have good stocks of core materials so please contact us with your requirements