The Marble Store is nationally recognised for providing the highest level of quality on the fabrication of kitchen worktops. We range from quartz worktops, granite worktops, marble worktops, brandedquartz worktops and many more in and around London.
Having recently completed works at the Dorchester Hotel in Park Lane, we are renowned for having the tightest joints in the stone industry and we have a wealth of knowledge and experience in domestic and commercial projects for your granite, quartz or marble worktop needs. Delivering a tailored and unique approach for each individual client is what sets us apart..
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What we offer?
- We guarantee to return a quotation of a kitchen plan within 4 hours (although it can be done instantly online by clicking here).
- We aim to template within 48 hours notice.
- We will fit within 7-10 working days from templating.
- We use the latest in precision technology to ensure that our joints in the worktops are the tightest in the industry.
- Finally, we will guarantee that if you use us once then you will definitely recommend us to friends and family.
Quartz Worktops, Granite Worktops & Marble Worktops?
We are an approved fabricator for Quarella, Silestone, Technistone, Diresco, Caesarstone, Cimstone, Arenastone, Luna Stone, Samsung, Stone Italiana and Dekton. Due to the volume of work that we produce, we are able to obtain material from suppliers at rock bottom prices and are therefore able to offer extremely competitive prices.
We source our granite from six different importers based in the South East of England and are able to arrange viewing of slabs for customers wherever needed. We welcome enquiries for any kitchen worktops be them granite worktops, marble. quartz or any type of worktop in London, Hertfordshire, Essex, Kent, Surrey, Bedfordshire, Berkshire and surrounding areas.
How we work
WHAT ARE THE MAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN MARBLE, GRANITE AND QUARTZ?
Although often discussed together, these three materials differ in numerous ways, each bringing its own set of benefits to a space – but what are the differences?
Both granite and marble worktops are actually natural stone slabs. Unlike quartz, which is man-made, a fact that many don’t realise.
Granite and marble are quarried from the ground in large blocks which are then cut, shaped and polished to fit the customer’s requirements. Quartz worktops are made from around 90% crushed quartz and then mixed with approximately 7% resin, polymers and pigments.
As Quartz worktops are manufactured, they come in a wide range of colours, and designs – providing variety for those customers who have something specific in mind. Granite, however, comes in more natural stone colours.
Marble is very distinctive with its veined appearance and is most often seen in black and white.
WHICH IS CHEAPER, GRANITE OR QUARTZ?
In the long term, cheap quartz can stain, and the surface can become textured. However cheap granite is rarely a good quality, and this can be spotted a mile off.
We would always recommend shopping around and going to see the material you will be buying, before you commit.
HOW DO I KNOW WHICH ONE IS RIGHT FOR MY KITCHEN?
Marble is a popular choice for high-end homes as it has long been associated with luxury.
Quartz, as previously mentioned, comes in a fantastic range of colours including colours not found in the natural stone shades of marble and granite.
In the end, the choice for most people between marble, granite, and quartz comes down to their personal preference on the appearance of the worktops; the bottom line is that either granite, marble or quartz will add the wow factor to your kitchen, bathroom – or anywhere else for that matter! It can also potentially add value to your home.
Our showroom is the ideal place to come and see examples of marble, granite, and quartz to help you decide which one is right for you.
WHICH IS MORE HARD-WEARING?
That being said, between granite and quartz, granite is much less likely to show signs of wear with scratches or marks – and so those opting for quartz should take extra care to avoid any damage being done.