Granite Worktops Rawcliffe
Granite Work Surfaces in Rawcliffe
Stone Connection provides a wide range of granite worktops in and around Rawcliffe. We have been providing worktops since 2004 and we are experts when it comes to granite worktops in Rawcliffe and surrounding areas.
At Stone Connection, we offer many different worktop services including, material selection, fabrication, templating and installation. All these are critical when it comes to making sure the entire process goes as well as it should.
We provide some of the most high-quality natural Granite worktops in Rawcliffe. Since 2004, we’ve been a major player in the stone business, and we take pleasure in our comprehensive service.
At Stone Connection, we don’t just specialize in granite worktops. We supply and sell them, but we also work with our customers throughout the whole process, from Material Selection to Templating to Fabrication and Installation.
We provide free samples of materials to assist our customers in selecting their worktop material so that they are completely satisfied with the results once it is completed. We also give no-obligation quotations – all you have to do is provide us with your measurements and photos, and we’ll take care of the rest.
Contact us today for a marble worktop sample and a friendly chat with our staff.
We have been established in the Stone industry since 2004 and have been helping customers with a range of worktop related services since then.
We have over 90 different Granite colours available, get in touch with us to request a sample.
The best way to clean Granite worktops is by cleaning them with warm water and soap, using a microfiber cloth or non-abrasive cleaner.
Yes! We manufacture and install the following materials:
- City Collection Quartz
What is Granite?
Granite is a popular igneous stone that forms over millions of years beneath the Earth’s crust. Magma (which is high in minerals) cools down below the surface, generating enormous crystal formations that may be viewed with the naked eye during formation.
The process we use to make our natural quartz is very comparable to the way wood is shaped, and gives us a vast range of colors, veining, and textures for your kitchen countertops.