Finally, we have slate and marble worktops in Maldon. Slate is the least popular of our materials, yet it is the most cost effective. We are getting more enquiries about marble, as it is elegant and stylish. Veined marble, in particular, has become very popular as of late. If you would like to discover more, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Stunningly Designed Quartz Stone Custom Made for you
There is a lot to consider when looking for kitchen worktops in Maldon. First of all, you need to determine a budget. After this, you need to choose a material as well as a style that matches your kitchen and fits in with your taste. There is then space and sizing to take into account. It can be somewhat overwhelming and confusing, but there is no need to fret, as the experts at Seven Seas will ensure you end up with the perfect worktops for you.
Why Choose Seven Seas:
We have an abundance of experience in the industry, and a quality range of worktops to back it up. With thousands of materials to choose from, and the option of a bespoke service, you can be confident that you will end up with the solution you have been searching for. Despite this, our costs are exceptionally competitive. We recognise that redecorating your kitchen can be an expensive process, which is why we promise value for money.
So, what worktops do we have available? We have installed slate, marble, granite, and quartzstone worktops Maldon wide, with the latter two being our most popular options. Quartzstone is popular because of its stylish and modern appearance, and we have numerous brands available, including Compac, Zodiaq, Caesarstone, and Silestone. If you want to give your kitchen a contemporary upgrade, this is the perfect choice. And, the good news is that quartzstone is easy to look after too.
We also provide high quality granite worktops Maldon based. Granite has long been one of the most popular materials for worktops, as it has a timeless beauty that will never go out of fashion and it is durable and easy to maintain. You can also add value to your property if you go for this solution, as granite does not depreciate in value.