Granite Worktops

About Granite Worktops

Granite work surfaces are a very popular choice and bring timeless beauty into every kitchen. Granite is one of the hardest materials on earth, formed millions of years ago beneath the earth’s surface. Worktops made from granite are extremely hard wearing & won’t scratch under normal use and are easy to clean & maintain, making them ideal worktops for kitchens & bathrooms.

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What is a granite worktop?

Granite worktops are a timeless and elegant alternative to manufactured work surfaces, offering rich and intricate designs forged by nature over millions of years. Because of the immense heat and pressure involved in its’ formation, Granite is one of the hardest materials on Earth, making it an extremely hard wearing and scratch resistant option.

What are the most popular granite worktop colours?

One of the great things about choosing granite for your work surfaces is the wide range of colours you can choose from. From vivid grey granite to intense blue granite, the options are endless!

However, this means it can be difficult to choose the right colour for your kitchen design. Often you will find yourself choosing between white granite countertops and black granite countertops.

White granite worktops are extremely popular in kitchens with a modern feel. It looks stunning paired with matching white cabinets and sleek stainless-steel appliances or paired with darker cabinets to create a dramatic contrast. However, white granite is incredibly versatile and looks at home with a range of kitchen styles.

Black granite worktops create an elegant and timeless look. If you want a classically beautiful look, you can pair them with wooden cabinets or opt for white cabinets for a more modern look.

Hard Wearing

Granite is one of the hardest materials on earth, formed millions of years ago deep below the earth’s surface. So, granite worktops are an extremely hard-wearing option and won’t scratch under everyday use. Granite worktops are incredibly durable and stand up well to everyday wear and tear, perfect for high-traffic areas and busy family homes.


Because granite is formed from cooling magma, it’s highly heat-resistant and won’t blister or melt. Unlike cheaper work surfaces, like laminate, you can place hot pots and pans directly on your granite counter without worrying about the surface. However, we still recommend using a trivet to protect your beautiful granite work surface.


Sealed granite countertops are fully stain resistant. Natural granite is a porous material that acids can damage, so granite work surfaces must be sealed annually. Sealant helps to protect the granite from damage. If you wipe up any spillages, you don’t need to stress about staining your granite.

Low Maintenance

Granite is a very low-maintenance material, and it’s super simple to keep clean. To keep your granite worktop looking sparkling new, you only need water, a soft cloth and a mild detergent, such as washing-up liquid. It’s also highly resistant to scratches and chips, so you don’t have to worry about damaging your new countertop.

Elegant & Timeless

Ideal for both kitchen and bathroom worktops, granite worktops bring an elegant and timeless feel to your room. They can be paired with various cabinet styles and colours to create your dream kitchen or bathroom. Because granite worktops are made from slabs of natural stone, each one is entirely unique.

Typical Granite Pricing

One Slab

From £1850 + VAT

Perfect when you have limited space e.g. annexes or one bed properties.

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Two Slabs

From £2900 + VAT

Our most popular option which suits the majority of domestic households.

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Three Slabs

From £3950 + VAT

For larger kitchens that require that extra wow factor. Most common in luxury houses.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Traditionally granite is used for kitchen worktops. Granite Is not subject to scratching, etching, or warping and is a great choice when choosing the material for new kitchen worktops.

Granite is one of the hardest stone substances in the world and will not be affected by knives or typical kitchen heat. That being said, if you do decide to cut directly on granite then you can expect to have dull knives after only a few uses. Hot pots can be set directly on granite, but be aware that the granite will absorb the heat and be hot to the touch after the pot is removed from the surface.

Granite is a durable substance that is much harder than marble and can withstand most elements like heat and cold. High impact blows can harm granite and granite can chip due to its crystallised structure. If not properly sealed, granite can absorb substances, such as oil, which can cause discoloration or spots to form.

It is extremely difficult to damage granite, but if it does happen then there are certain ways to fix it. A crack or scratch can be sealed with a mixture of ground up granite and epoxy.

Granite does not stain if sealed properly; however, granite, like all stone, is porous to a minimal degree which makes it susceptible to stains if left unsealed. Occasionally, if liquid is left on the granite surface for an extended amount of time, it may leave a dark spot behind it. This will fade as the granite dries, but if granite is properly sealed before installation, stains should not be a problem.

Granite worktops are sealed prior to installation which guarantees that its beauty will last for a long time; however sealed granite still needs to be cleaned. Dish soap, powdered soap, and all-purpose cleaners that are approved for use with natural stone are all products that can be used on granite countertops without damaging them.

To clean your granite worktops, it’s recommended to use a microfibre cloth and warm water to regularly wipe away smears on a daily basis. You can also use a pH-neutral cleaning solution or specially formulated granite cleaner. It’s important to avoid using bleach or any harsh chemicals, as these could damage your granite countertop

Our Granite Styles

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Blue Pearl GT

Blues in the Night

Angola Black

Black Marinace

Black Fusion

Levantina Belvedere

Forest Black

Viscount White

Volga Blue Extra

Kinawa White

Levantina Portobello


Levantina Stacatto

Levantina Alaska

Baltic Green

Colonial Gold

Baltic Brown

Balmoral Red

Dakota Mahogany

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