• Miele Appliances
  • Neff Appliances
  • Franke Sink and Taps
  • 1810 Sink and Taps
  • Getalit Laminate Work surfaces in Matt and Gloss finishes
  • Floor and Wall Tiles
  • Karndean Flooring
  • Vinyl Flooring
  • Solid Timber Work Surfaces

Our range of quartz Stones and Natural Granites is vast. There are no restrictions on colours available. We work very closely with our local fabricator who supplies, cuts, polishes and installs all natural products along with Silestone, Okite and Ceasarstone. They welcome our customers to view the full size slabs before they are fabricated to make sure that you are satisfied with the material you have selected.

We also offer the complete range of Corian, which has approximately 100 colours available. This again is fabricated to your specification and installed by approved Corian specialists.

We have on display several different handles and samples of a vast amount more, depending on your choice to compliment your chosen furniture. There is also pull out wirework and accessories on display, which may be of interest to you to make sure all the details to create your dream are not missed.

Choosing a Sink

A kitchen sink must be both convenient and practical to use. It is however, no longer just a functional area of the kitchen, in recent years it is also becoming a focal point in itself, that complements the rest of the room’s design rather than compromising it.

Until relatively recently, the range of kitchen sink materials from which kitchen designers could choose were very limited. Today’s technological development, however, have widened the selection considerably.

Stainless steel is commonly used in kitchens and commercial applications because it represents a good trade-off between cost, usability, durability, and ease of cleaning. Stainless steel sinks will not be damaged by hot or cold objects and resist damage from impacts.

Enamel over cast iron is a popular material for kitchen sinks. Heavy and durable, these sinks can also be manufactured in a very wide range of shapes and colors.

Glass, concrete, and terrazzo sinks are usually designed for their aesthetic appeal and can be obtained in a wide variety of unusual shapes and colors such as floral shapes. Concrete and terrazzo are occasionally also used in very-heavy-duty applications such as janitorial sinks.