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Alan MarbleStone Ltd

About Us

Alan Marble Stone is a leading manufacturer and supplier of luxury Granite and Quartz kitchen worktops based in London . Since our early beginnings we continually strive to deliver the best quality stone materials and service in the industry. Alan Marble stone boasts a factory in the heart of Hertfordshire featuring the latest state of CNC precision machinery , ensuring perfect fitting of our Granite & Quartz worktops every time. If time is of the essence, we have the ability to turn around your new worktop in as little as 72hrs with our express service (please enquire for details). We are currently working on a 3-4 working day turnaround due to the current demand for our services, we are training up new fitting teams for our store opening in London which will allow us to achieve a 3-5 day turnaround again – still very impressive given the skill required to accurately template the worktop but also fabricate to such high standards.

Services Provided

Bespoke Worktops, Concrete Worktops, Granite Worktops, Marble Worktops, Natural Stone Worktops, Quartz Worktops, Splashback Installation, Stone Installation, Tiled Worktops, Tiling, Worktop Installation, Worktop Repair, Worktops, Worktop Sales

Areas Served

London, Brighton, Southampton, Oxford, Bradford, Saint Albans, Surrey, Kent, Uxbridge, Tooting Bec, Bournemouth, Portsmouth, Woking, Swindon, Lutton, Cheltenham, Milton Keynes, Hayes, TW12, TW11, TW3, Reading, Slough, Hemel Hempstead, Bristol

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calacata river quartz kitchen worktop

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Contact Alan MarbleStone Ltd
London, Greater London NW2 1UR
United Kingdom
Typical Job Cost £800 - £3,000
United Kingdom
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