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Granite Worktops

Granite worktops are made from natural stone, quarried in large rocks or sheets then cut and polished into slabs. The appeal of granite is in its beautiful appearance – as a 100% natural product it won’t be perfectly uniform, but any little imperfections are part of the attraction. It’s available in an almost infinite range of colours, patterns and variations, and your worktops won’t be quite the same as anyone else’s.

Why choose granite?

A classic, timeless choice, granite is very durable and resistant to scratches and chips. If you love the look and feel of natural products but need a practical option, then granite is for you. When correctly maintained and sealed it’s resistant to stains and moisture and if it does somehow get damaged it’s usually straightforward to repair.

Granite Worktops

Granite Features

Granite worktops are durable, strong and come in wide range of patterns.



Natural Stone

Outdoor Use

Scratch Resistant

Heat Resistant

Granite Design Options

Customise your Granite worktops with a wide range of design options.


Upstands are fully integrated into your worktop for a look that's both aesthetically clean and hygienic Available in both standard and curved options.

Sinks & Bowls

Choose from a wide range of sinks and bowls including single sinks, double sinks, stainless steel sinks and MIXA sinks.

Granite Colours

Granite is available in an almost infinite variety of colours, patterns and variations. We recommend seeing the chosen slab before making a decision.

Edge Details

We can put a wide variety of classic or special edge designs on your new granite worktops, talk to our expert team for suggestions.

Drainer Grooves

Drainer grooves cut into your granite worktop are a neat, minimalist alternative to a separate draining board.


Our toughened splashbacks come in a variety of choices including solid colours, printed design or mirrored.

Granite FAQ

Have a Granite question ? send us a message

What are the benefits of granite?

As a natural stone, granite is very tough and heat. It’s a beautiful natural product that will enhance any kitchen, and no-one else will have exactly the same worktop as you. It does require regular sealing, but properly maintained it’s resistant to stains and the buildup of mould and bacteria, making it hygenic and easy to maintain.

Does granite stain easily?

Granite needs regular sealing to keep it looking good. Never use an abrasive cleaner, as this can remove the sealant and leave your granite exposed. When properly maintained, a wipe with a damp cloth either on its own or with some specialist granite cleaner should be enough to remove most marks. Bleach, oil and acidic liquids such as lemon juice, wine and vinegar can damage granite, so any spillages should be wiped up immediately before they can do any harm.

Can granite be repaired if scratched or damaged?

Granite is very hard to damage – but not impossible! Repairing granite is best left to the experts, so call our specialist team for advice.

Can I request a granite colour sample?

While we do have some small samples available, it’s important to bear in mind that granite is a natural material and there will be variation across the whole slab. It’s always best to see the entire piece at our Manchester workshop before making a decision, so please telephone to make an appointment.

How long does it take to install a granite worktop?

Once we have completed your onsite consultation and all aspects of the design have been agreed, we’ll manufacture your worktop. The lead time for manufacture can vary a little at busy times so we’ll discuss this with you when you order. Once your order is ready, we can normally complete an average installation within a week.

What’s the difference between quartz and granite?

While granite is a natural product, quartz is engineered. While granite is sourced from quarries, quartz is made from a variety of natural materials including quartz, stone and glass. These ingredients are mixed with plastic resin to bond them together. Quartz can look almost identical to granite but is entirely manmade, and will be more even and uniform in appearance.