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Granite cut to size – Do any suppliers near me offer the service?

Granite worktop can completely change the way your kitchen looks. Even the most boring and dull kitchens can be jazzed up with properly chosen granite worktops. After all, granite worktops like marble or quartz worktops are essential and their unique range of material colours and underlying veining can create your kitchen anew. Let’s not forget about these unique properties.

Granite is a natural rock that’s commonly known for its high durability and resistance to multiplicity of harmful factors. It’s enough to mention such internal kitchen-specific things as moisture, heat, spills. What’s more, granite materials are similarly resistant to external factors related to weather conditions such as high-temperature fluctuations, strong wind, or heavy rains. All these practical qualities make granite slabs perfect for fitting worktops, vanity tops, flooring, quality sink or cladding as well headstones or outside stairs.

Despite that, it’s the granite stone worktop that’s definitely drawing attention. It’s the air of royalty and magnificence that comes off the granite worktops and makes them such a beautiful thing to look at. Very often granite worktop is the king of your kitchen. If your stone worktop supplier is good your fitting and installation processes are smooth and easy. Yet, sometimes something is still missing – the best way to deal with it effectively is to customise your granite worktop and contact a professional team.

Customize your granite worktop in whichever way you like!

Granite and quartz worktops are themselves stunning but it can be even more so if you decide to customize them to meet your individual needs and measurements. Luckily, most of the suppliers design and subsequently cut your granite slab to fulfil all your details. Therefore, it’s pretty rare to do it yourself. Still, it’s best to know what can be done with your bespoke granite worktop to fully customise it to your kitchen needs.

What you should look for?

First of all, consider cut-outs. Basically, offcuts are empty spaces created to fit in various kitchen appliances. Offcuts can be of different sizes and shapes, everything depends on the way you’re willing to integrate your kitchen appliances into your granite worktop. Of course, it’s possible to keep all your kitchen appliances as freestanding units, but sometimes space-efficient integrations systems are simply better.

Secondly, you can effectively customize your stone worktop’s dimensions with upstands or splashbacks. Upstands and splashbacks that run up and along your back walls protect your stone kitchen worktops from accidental spills. They also make your granite worktop installation look finished, smooth and elegant. Of course, you can easily play with upstands and splashbacks – for example, you can choose different colours than your bespoke granite worktop.

Finally, think of customizing return ends. Return ends can make all the difference when it comes to your kitchen design and style. There are various ways to customise return ends – you can choose clean cut straight edges or you can decide to have a sophisticated curve running along your whole set-up. The possibilities here are limited only by your imagination. Don’t forget to ask your granite offcuts supplier for detailed information concerning possibilities of granite customisation.

Granite and quartz cut to size and their prices

Although many people wonder how much do custom granite or quartz material cost, it is difficult to answer this question unequivocally. This is because the cost of the service depends on the price of the material itself (and these, depending on the colour, differ significantly) or the granite surface, the scope of work, the thickness of the kitchen countertop and the location of the delivery.

The price will also depend on the number of slabs ordered for the specific project. If you require a full-scale kitchen cladded in stone, then minimum one slab will be required. If you need your granite cut to size for a smaller project e.g. windowsill or chopping board, then it’s possible to opt for offcuts.

Offcuts are essentially the left-over pieces of stone from other kitchen worktop projects. Instead of throwing offcuts away, many companies, like ours here in Manchester, utilise them to create small-scale projects for our customers at a discounted price. After all, this is essentially waste material being recycled, and usually all the customer needs to pay for is our labour alone.

Regardless of the choice of selected material, granite offcuts cut to size allow you to achieve an elegant, sophisticated effect – all done for a great, affordable price. With offcuts cut to size you pay for the material you require – you don’t need to order massive slabs which will result in wastage.

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