How to ensure an accurate kitchen worktop quote
To complete your free, no obligation quote, we shall require some initial information from you. The following guide will assist you in providing the right information.
We will require either a professional kitchen plan or worktop dimensions to provide an accurate worktop quotation for your consideration.
Provide a professional kitchen plan
If you’re having a new kitchen units and appliances fitted by a kitchen retailer or kitchen fitter, your kitchen designer may have supplied you with a kitchen plan. You can upload your plan in our quotation form.
Upon receipt we shall be able to ascertain your exact requirements.
Provide your own worktop measurements
If you do not have a professional kitchen plan then you will need to take measurements and provide the information as accurately as possible.
Ideally, please provide us a drawing of your kitchen layout that includes measurements of the worktop area. Measure the maximum length and width of each worktop run.
Please remember to detail the depth of your kitchen units. If you require upstands, splashback and/or sills in your kitchen design, please also provide height and width for each section.
You shall also need to detail and confirm how many cut-outs you will require in your worktop. Cut-outs in worktops are required for numerous reasons including but not limited to; tap holes, pop up socket holes, hobs, sinks and socket holes in splashbacks and upstands.
Quotes will be prepared with a Double Bevel edge profile as standard. Please specify if you would like us to quote in a different edge profile.
WORKTOP 1: 2500mm x 600mm
WORKTOP 2: 2000mm x 600mm
Hob Cut Out
Sink Cut Out with drainer grooves
Upstands 100mm height
Include any design details
Design details are both aesthetic and practical applications to worktop surfaces and you will need to specify these on your plan. Quotes will be prepared with a Double Bevel edge profile as standard.