Marble Worktops

Marble Worktops

Marble is a hard glasslike transformative stone. It is denser than limestone because of having experienced some hotness and tension. Generally will more often than not take a high clean. We suggest it for washrooms and inward deck. Marble is accessible in a wide scope of tones and surfaces.

While we genuinely want to believe that you observe these example pictures valuable in making an underlying determination we should underline that there is not a viable replacement for examining actual examples face to face to see the value in the shading and surface of materials.

We would urge you to visit our London showroom to see the wide choice of stone accessible!


Unlike Quartz, Marble is a natural stone and as such requires a little more attention. Although the same cleaning and maintenance habits should apply across all or any stone surfaces, we advise on being a little extra cautious when handling granite or marble surfaces.

We advise that you clean your granite stone surfaces regularly with soapy water or a neutral mild detergent and a soft cloth/sponge. Rinse off surfaces with clean water. Polish dry with a soft cloth.

We are able to give our services anywhere in the UK but operate mostly in London, Kent, Luton, Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Middlesex, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire & Bedfordshire.

Bleach, chlorine based cleaners, acids, alkalis or concentrated disinfectants will damage your stone surfaces. We strongly advise NOT to use any of these on your surfaces. If any of these come into contact with the stone, clean them off immediately.

Always use cutting boards to chop and slice food upon. Never cut directly onto the stone surfaces.

Over time, natural stone surfaces (granite or marble) may begin to weather and naturally loose its initial appearance. We recommend resealing your worktops every 6months.


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