Three elements of a family-friendly kitchen

  • September 8, 2014
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The kitchen is indisputably the heart of the home, a place in which not only are hearty meals prepared and eaten, but where homework is done, comfort is dispensed, siblings fight, parents plan, friends are entertained and the in-laws impressed (hopefully). It is, perhaps more than any other in the house, a family room, due […] read more →

Fitting In Guildford

A couple of weeks ago, our team of fitters visited Guildford to install some brand new quartz kitchen worktops. The customer chose the colour Alpine Umber from Sansung. As you can see from the pictures below, the island worktop was finished off with butt jointed end panels each end, which not only adds support to […] read more →

Cheap and healthy after school meal ideas

  • September 1, 2014
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It's an all too-familiar scenario: the kid's come home from school for the day, tired and hungry and you, still knackered from work, have to come up with ideas for meals that aren't too expensive or unhealthy for them. Sometimes you may submit and end up just getting a takeaway, but this isn't always practical […] read more →

Eight small kitchens that prove bigger isn’t always better

When you’re cooking you need things to be close at hand, so compact kitchens are often far more efficient. Despite this, many people become disheartened due to their kitchen being on the smaller side. Sure, it may need a new worktop or a new design to get it the way you desire, but you needn’t […] read more →

Fitting In Waterlooville

Last week, our team of fitters visited Waterlooville to fit some new Lunastone Rossi Luminoso Quartz kitchen worktops. As you can see from the pictures below, the customer had matching quartz on the window sills(which in our opinion looks really good), and by having the white ceramic sink against the red worktops really catches the eye. Here […] read more →

How heat resistant are quartz worktops?

A kitchen worktop has to put up with a lot of punishment; you chop onions on it, spill wine over it and the kid’s sticky fingers are never too far away either. Worktops don’t just have to be good at fighting off bacteria and damage from knife blades though, they also need to be heat […] read more →

Fitting In Fareham

Yesterday our team of fitters visited Fareham to install some new Amazon Star granite worktops. As you can see from the pictures below, the customers choice was to have a large breakfast bar area with a maximum 300mm unsupported overhang to allow bar stools and leg room. This is also the maximum unsupported overhang that we […] read more →

Fitting In Portsmouth

This week our team of fitters visited Portsmouth to install some Café Imperial Granite worktops. As you can see from the pictures below, the customer decided to have the window sills done in 30mm matching granite also. We think that having the window sills done made the finished kitchen look great and really will add […] read more →

Fitting in Mortimer Nr Reading

A couple of weeks ago, our team of fitters visited Mortimer, Nr Reading to fit some Uba Tuba granite worktops into a brand new kitchen. The kitchen fitters had done a great job at levelling and installing the kitchen carcasses which obviously made our job on site so much easier!. We arrived and got straight to work […] read more →

How to choose the right kitchen worktop [infographic]

Your worktop will be the making of your kitchen, but how can you choose the right one for you? read more →