Choosing the right worktop to complement your kitchen is essential and will provide the stunning finish you are looking for. We have a huge range to choose from, including specialist materials such as Corian®, granite and quartz and non-specialist types like laminate, and natural wood. All our worktops are available in a wide range of finishes and thicknesses. Each surface has unique properties, with differing levels of stability, resilience and heat-resistance.

Granite & Stone


Granite and stone worktops are as popular as ever with many of our customers. They are available in a myriad of colours and textures, naturally beautiful and extremely hard wearing. At Ashgrove Kitchens we use local suppliers to ensure the stone we fit is of the best quality and will last a lifetime.


Composite Stone

Composite stone is an extremely attractive alternative to natural granite or stone. It's a sophisticated material available in a vast array of colours and textures. Hard wearing, scratch and stain resistant and able to withstand very high temperatures, it's a very affordable and practical material which will bring years of pleasure.



Quartz worktops are manufactured using re-constituted quartz mixed with resins. Colours are added to this mixture giving a huge range of creative options. The end result is very a stable and uniform material that can be moulded and shaped to fit almost any kitchen worktop layout.





Natural Hard Woods

Whether you're trying to achieve a traditional or contemporary look, wooden worktops always bring a beautiful organic feel to a kitchen. Our wooden worktops are carefully chosen for their grain, stability and resilience and will look great for many years. In fact aging can actually bring even more character to wooden worktops adding an extra dimension to your kitchen. Materials include oak, beech, walnut, ash and maple click here for our comparison table





Corian® invented and produced by DuPont, is hard wearing and versatile and available in a huge variety of styles and colours. Often preferred in commercial applications for it's long-term performance, it also fits well into the home kitchen. Joins are almost invisible, creating immaculate clean lines; it can be moulded beautifully giving a work surface that merges seamlessly into a sink and draining board; the surface is non-porous and therefore easy to clean and hygienic.


The main advantages of Laminate worktops are the colours available and their relatively inexpensive price. This means you can really go to town when introducing exciting and vibrant colours schemes to your kitchen as they won't cost the earth. And of course laminates are hard wearing and stain resistant, making them a very popular choice.