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Granite Worktops

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Granite worktops for every size and style of kitchen

We specialise in bespoke granite worktops in all styles, colours and styles. Granite is easy to clean and maintain, and it’s also heat resistant, water resistant and practically impervious to any type of staining, making it a great choice for kitchens.

A stylish granite surface will become the centre piece of your bespoke kitchen design.

 

Granite Worktops

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Why choose Margrasil for granite worktops?

At Margrasil in Sussex, we offer a variety of granite stone colours to accommodate your interior decorating needs. With more than 15 shades of granite available, from warm browns to emerald greens, you’ll be sure to find the perfect tone of natural stone for your new granite kitchen worktops. Our highly skilled team of designers and stonemasons also supply undermount sinks and other granite surfaces for the kitchen.

We have many years of experience in designing, creating and fitting the highest quality bespoke granite work surfaces.

For further information on our granite counters, kitchen surfaces and worktops call our professional team of designers, fitters and stonemasons at Margrasil UK today: 01403 710485. We craft and fit high quality kitchen worktops from our base in Sussex, for homes across the South East.

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We specialise in Granite Worktops

All of our granite worktops are cut and manufactured in our own dedicated and bespoke manufacturing workshop in Sussex

Why choose a granite worktop for your kitchen?


Granite worktops are a popular choice for modern kitchens, and it’s easy to see why. They offer an attractive finish and lend a touch of splendour to any kitchen. At the same time they provide excellent functionality and practicality. Having granite fitted will instantly improve your kitchen.

Can I get a granite worktop in a different colour?

One of the advantages of granite is that it comes in a wide range of colours. These colours occur naturally when the stone is formed, and can include white, black, grey, blue, brown, red, green and yellow. This variance in colour can also be caused by the presence of other elements within the rock. This variety means that granite is one of the most versatile choices for kitchen worktops. No matter what the colour scheme or design of your kitchen, you will be able to find a worktop that compliments it perfectly.

Can you scratch granite worktops?

Granite is naturally formed from quartz and feldspar, some of the hardest stones. Granite is incredibly hard and therefore incredibly scratch resistant. A granite countertop does not show wear and tear from normal daily use. The polished finish of a granite worksurface is resistant to normal household acides like citrus and vinegar as well.

Are granite countertops heat resistant?

Granite is an igneous rock, formed in a volcano – so it stands to reason that it would be resistant to very high temperatures. You can place hot pans directly onto a granite worktop and it will not show burn marks or stains.

Can you design granite worktops to fit my kitchen?

We excel in designing and creating bespoke granite countertops to fit your kitchen. Our masons and designers will work closely with you to ensure your new granite worksurfaces are right for you. Once the design has been finalised and agreed we create a full sized replica in hardboard to help you to visualise how it will look in your kitchen. When you are happy with how it looks we will begin to cut the granite and fit it in your kitchen.

Why not take a look at some of our recent projects to see some examples of what we could do for you.

All stones are subject to colour and tone variation.


We design, manufacture and install Granite worktops and surfaces throughout the South Margrasil and are the UK’s top Granite Worktop Suppliers.

Call 01403 710485 For Granite Worktops Surrey, Horsham, Brighton, Hove, Crawley and Haywards Heath, Guildford and Basingstoke

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