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Showroom now reopened

Our showroom has reopened for prebooked timed visits - please call to make an appointment.
We are also operating a timed click and collect service for orders placed by phone or email.
Our hours of business are 8-4.30 Monday to Thursday, 8-4 Fridays

Please call 023 8077 1004 or email .

Delivery service available - restrictions apply:

We have made some changes to our deliveries in the interest of the health of our customers and staff.

Please be aware due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation our drivers are not permitted to enter occupied homes. Therefore, please make sure you arrange your own help to take goods into the property.

Please respect our drivers’ decision if they feel at risk.

If you are unable to take delivery under these guidelines, please arrange to collect from our premises instead.

We are following all current government advice - should the situation change we will update our delivery policy as appropriate

Solid Wood Worktops

solid wood worktop with finger joined end

made to measure solid wood worktop

solid wood worktop with matching window cill

Whether you are creating a traditional cottage style kitchen or the latest minimalist designer look, nothing beats the look and feel of a solid wood worktop.

With a solid wood worktop your kitchen will be unique, because no two pieces of wood are the same. It will be solid and tough. It will be easy to live with, warm to the touch and durable.

Whether you choose a light blonde wood like Maple, a rugged traditional wood like European Oak or a wild stripy exotic wood like Zebrano you can be assured that they will all be ethically sourced from managed forests. The timbers are first air dried then kiln dried to 8-10% moisture content before being manufactured into worktops in a modern factory in Denmark.

All our solid wood worktops are made from finger jointed staves of hardwood which are glued together with a super strong construction adhesive. The staves are 41.5mm wide, and the width of the worktop is simply determined by the number of staves that are used. Our stock worktops are either 664mm or 913mm wide but we can order other sizes to suit your project. We can even get continuous stave worktops with no finger joints in most species.

Solid wood worktops must be treated with oil to protect them against the ingress of moisture but this neednt be a chore. Modern wood treatments such as TopOil and PolyXoil by Osmo or HaBiol will enhance the appearance of your worktop whilst ensuring long lasting protection.

 

solid wood worktop with matching top on dining table

Solid wood colours»

Kitchen hygiene advice (PDF)»

Habiol oiling instructions (PDF)»

Solid wood installation and care (PDF)»