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Commercial and retail
Our durable, stylish, and expertly crafted stone surfaces are ideal for use in commercial and retail environments, as well as building exteriors, public restrooms, and more.
From bars, restaurants, and retail spaces, through to reception areas and offices, our bespoke stone surfaces will add an element of colour and sophistication to your space.
With a huge range of granite and quartz surfaces available, we’re sure to have a stone to meet your needs, regardless of the look and feel you’re going for. When it comes to choosing a stone, there are a number of different factors to consider in terms of the practical and aesthetic demands of your environment.
Whilst we specialise in granite and quartz commercial services, we also offer Lapitec stone. For further information about our commercial and retail fit-out services, please get in touch – our skilled and experienced team are ready and waiting to help.
Bar and restaurant stone fit-outs
Extremely durable, long-lasting, and robust, natural stone is perfectly placed for use in bar and restaurant fit-outs.
Of course, it’s not all about functionality. Available in a wide variety of styles and colours, natural stones such as Granite and Quartz also offer a high level of aesthetic brilliance that is sure to complement any interior.
Stone reception desks and office fit-outs
With its striking finish and durable nature, stone is perfect for use in office environments and reception areas. Easy to clean and maintain, stone surfaces and flooring will continue to look great and perform to the optimum standard for years to come.
Retail and shop stone fit-outs
Sleek, sophisticated, and luxurious, natural stone is ideal for use in retail and shopping environments. Whether you need a one-off installation or a multi-store fit-out, we have the skills, experience, and stock to meet your requirements.
Commercial & Retail FAQs
How do I clean a stone worktop?
Stone worktops should be kept clean on a daily basis simply with a soft cloth and warm soapy water. You can also use products that have been specifically formulated for use on granite worktops; PH neutral cleaners are good for granite surfaces as they have a safe level of cleaning power. Avoid abrasive and acidic chemicals that can potentially harm the surface of your granite worktop.
How do you keep granite worktops shiny?
To keep your granite worktops in good condition and maintain that natural shine, you need to carefully and regularly clean them. Make sure to clean up any spillages quickly and thoroughly dry your worktops after cleaning. If your worktops are looking a little dull, buff them after cleaning with a specifically formulated granite cleaner to maintain that polished, shiny appearance.
How do I maintain granite worktops?
To maintain the natural appearance of your granite worktops, you need to clean them regularly and make sure to clean up stains and spillages quickly. Using a soft cloth and mild dish soap or a specially formulated stone cleaner will keep the surface free from dirt and grime, helping to maintain and preserve the granite. You can also apply a sealant to your granite worktops to protect the material from absorbing stains or liquid over time.
What heat can granite worktops withstand?
Granite worktops can endure high heat and resist damage from a hot pan, however, extended periods of extreme heat can cause damage to the surface. While you can place a hot pan onto your granite worktop, we would recommend using a trivet to avoid potential damage or discolouration. Although it is unlikely you will experience thermo-cracks or major discolouration from a pan, it is better to be safe than sorry to avoid replacing the whole slab.
What is the difference between quartz and granite worktops?
Granite and quartz are both extremely resistant materials that are commonly used for kitchen worktops. The main difference is that quartz is manufactured and crushed into fine sand before being mixed with polymer resin and other components. Granite, on the other hand, is simply cut into slabs from its original form and polished, which is why it offers more uneven colour patterns and veining. Quartz is known to be slightly more durable than granite as it is non-porous and more resistant to stains.
Can you remove scratches from granite worktops?
It is rare you will notice scratches on a granite worktop as they are very durable, however, if your worktop is scratched you can remove them. Start by cleaning your worktop with warm soapy water and a soft cloth. Some scratches may just need a light scrubbing, but if that doesn’t work, try using steel wool and buff the surface in circular motions. If the scratch still remains, you can use a diamond sanding pad, however, due to the hardness you can risk further scratching. Use light pressure and keep the area wet, or alternatively speak to an expert who can advise you further.