Anthony

Kitchen Worktops Expert

Hi everyone my name is Anthony.

I am our resident kitchen worktop expert. Over the last 12 years, I witnessed the evolution of kitchen worktops and it is incredible to see how far we have come. My job is simple, to help you find the right suitable kitchen worktop for your home. Be that laminate, solid wood or even quartz. With my extensive background and experience in handling kitchen worktops, I have no doubt you will find the ideal match with us. No matter what your budget size is.

Anthony's Latest Articles

Our Monstrously Good Autumn Offer 👹

Our Monstrously Good Autumn Offer 👹

FREE Cornice Pelmet & Plinths plus 10% Off All Ranges Book your FREE home quotation using the form below before Monday 1st November and qualify for an extra 10% discount.Terms & Conditions:Previously placed orders do not qualify.There is a minimum purchase of...

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Which Kitchen Sink is Best for Me?

Which Kitchen Sink is Best for Me?

With so many different sinks on the market it can look like a daunting task to choose what best suits you. Although we cannot tell you which would be the best one for you without knowing all your requirements, we can tell you all the types that are available and what...

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Which is best Gas or Electric Hobs?

Which is best Gas or Electric Hobs?

The time-old question that consumers have been debating for some time now, “Which is the best for you to cook your meals and family dinners at home”. So, let’s look at a few things that might help you to make the right choice when it comes to making your purchase for...

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What is Quartz or Quartzstone? Everything you need to know!

What is Quartz or Quartzstone? Everything you need to know!

Quartzstone, often referred to as Quartz, is a mined compound that is generally found near the earth’s crust, it is the worlds 2nd most abundant mineral and comes in various varieties. The most common forms of Quartz are Amethyst, Ametrine, Rose, Carnelian, Onyx,...

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What is a Splashback?

What is a Splashback?

You may have heard people talking about them as they have become very popular in recent years. Splashbacks! In this article, we will cover all things to do with splashbacks so you will be right up to date with one of the latest kitchen must-haves. So what is it? A...

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How to Replace Kitchen Doors

How to Replace Kitchen Doors

Replacing your kitchen doors is generally a straight forward process providing all the necessary preparation work has taken place correctly and the person installing them is competent enough to attempt the work. Let us take you through the process in a series of steps...

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How to Change Kitchen Worktops

How to Change Kitchen Worktops

Before you start Please ensure you are satisfied with the kitchen worktop by checking for defects or damage. When installing more than one worksurface in the same kitchen, please also check for compatibility of colour and surface texture as slight variations can...

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Homeowner’s Guide to the Best Kitchen Sinks in 4 Tips

Homeowner’s Guide to the Best Kitchen Sinks in 4 Tips

The kitchen sink is a necessity since it serves many functions during cooking and cleaning. However, most kitchen makeovers always disregard the kitchen sink. But superior, more knowledgeable homeowners like you can deviate from the rest and develop the best kitchen...

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5 Ways to Optimise Your Kitchen Layout – Our Guide

5 Ways to Optimise Your Kitchen Layout – Our Guide

When it comes to arranging your kitchen appliances, there is no hard and fast rule. The placement of your kitchen appliances, such as your refrigerator, microwave ovens, gas burners, kettles, and other fixtures, depends on how you use them—making it crucial for a...

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What to Know When Opting for Marble Kitchen Worktops

What to Know When Opting for Marble Kitchen Worktops

As a worktop material, marble has been a homeowner's favourite for many years. Its sparkly appearance serves as an excellent centrepiece in the kitchen. It fits with most, if not all, design schemes, whether traditional or modern. Who knew this unique stone formed...

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A Job Well Done

"Good product, good attention to detail and everything depends on the fitter. Tony was excellent. He did a great job, broke no tiles and left the kitchen very clean. A job well done. RL"

Richard Langford

Google 5 Star Review

Thoroughly Satisfied. Kitchen Looks Amazing

"Karen was extremely helpful and did everything she could during these difficult times. Fitters were great guys. Thoroughly satisfied. Kitchen looks amazing"

Dawn Hardwicke

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Very Satisfied

"Friendly staff, good service. Prompt installation, quality product. Very satisfied"

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FAQ's

These are some of our most commonly
asked questions.

How much are the doors?

The simple answer is that it starts from as little as £35 for a made to measure replacement kitchen door and can go up to around £200. See more

Do we need to empty our cabinets?

In short no. Emptying your cupboards is a thankless task that requires the use of boxes, mess and the use of other living space. See more

Do you offer an installation service?

Yes, although you’re not obliged to use our installation service. We can be involved in as much of your project as you’d like. See more

Can you take away the rubbish?

The easiest and most cost-effective way is to take it yourself to your local dump, refuse centre, civic amenity site etc. This avoids any disposal costs as it’s treated as domestic waste.

If you’re unable to do it yourself we can dispose of your waste but there is a cost involved. See more

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