In order to make sure that your worktops are custom-made to match your kitchen perfectly and to avoid any inconvenient gaps or unnecessary waste, which may be pricey, we start our worktops process with digital templating. This is likely the most crucial step, as the first determines the success of the final two steps.
During the digital templating step, we will come to your home to examine your kitchen and obtain the exact dimensions of your kitchen components. Before we can take any measurements, these base components must be levelled to within 3 mm of their final placement. Other requirements must be completed in order for our templates to work, such as:
- Any plastering work must be finished.
- Any temporary worktops should have been removed if they have been placed.
- Any end panels must be connected.
- All appliances, sinks, and faucets must be on site.
After we’ve gathered these measurements, we’ll get down with you to go through material and design alternatives before entering the information into our digital templating programme. This programme will develop a design for your worktops that will demonstrate how your kitchen will appear when it’s done. If you decide to proceed with our service at this time, we will proceed to the second step, which is manufacturing.
Manufacturing is the second step in our procedure, and we have a solid reputation for manufacturing the highest quality granite and quartz worktops Southampton residents have ever seen. CNC equipment and traditional artistry are used to create all granite and quartz worktops. We can cut, shape, and polish any worktops with great precision using these technologies, providing a professional touch every time. Using CNC machinery has several advantages. Most importantly, it eliminates the possibility of human error. Also, operating costs are far lower than they would be with traditional machinery.
After we’ve finished the manufacturing process, we’ll inspect your Southampton worktops for quality and accuracy to the design. We will make absolutely sure your new worktops perfectly follow the template specifications, and any differences will be addressed. After we’ve checked that your surfaces satisfy all of the requirements, they’ll be sealed and ready to install.
We can complete this process quickly and efficiently as we have years of expertise and have mastered the manufacturing process of worktops. Southampton customers, we’ll have your completed worktops ready to be installed in no time, and they’ll all be of the best quality and will completely meet your specifications.
The third and final step of our installation process is the fitting phase. We understand that your worktops are a significant investment and should be handled with care and caution. However, our staff has a lot of expertise and will take great care of your new worktops. Southampton customers, we will be at your doorstep to fit and install your worktops at the date that we have specified after the manufacturing process.
We’ll devise a strategy for installing your worktops, taking into consideration entry points and any stairways we’ll have to negotiate. For example, if you have a designated driveway or hard stand-in outside your home where our car can park, it makes things a lot easier and more secure. Also, granite and quartz stones cannot withstand a lot of transverse shear force. Therefore they can’t be set or hauled flat unless your kitchen units are adequately supported.
However, you can have peace of mind knowing that we will know exactly what to do as we are experts in our field. We will install your new worktops, Southampton customers, with care and precision, guaranteeing that you obtain a high quality product that will endure.