Stonehall Granite is a small, independent family-run business and this allows us to offer competitive pricing and give each project the care and attention it deserves, from huge commercial projects such as banks and restaurants, to residential room transformations such as bespoke bathrooms and kitchens.
With over 15 years of experience in the industry, we offer quality granite and quartz surfacing, cladding and even bespoke furniture such as tables and desks. We have built up many reliable contacts in the industry and as a result, we can offer complete end to end project management solutions.
We are able to offer surfacing of kitchen countertops, splashbacks, bathrooms counters, and office surfacing. Adding a stone countertop to your home will definitely increase its value and make it more attractive to buyers.
Granite and quartz wall cladding
Granite and quartz stone cladding tiles are becoming increasingly popular with interior designers, architects and those who just want to add the ‘wow’ factor to a room. Cladding is also suitable for an external aesthetic effect. We can cater for small to large projects, from residential to commercial. Granite and quartz cladding is suitable for commercial buildings, listed properties, shop fronts, banks, financial centres, churches, mosques, jewellers and more.
Bespoke furniture from office desks to dining room tables,
garden furniture to planters –
we can create a range
of bespoke granite and quartz furniture.
Granite is a natural stone that needs to have a sealer applied once a year. Because granite is natural, the stones differ in colour and appearance, making them completely unique. This can mean that it is tricky to hide the seams, but Stonehall Granite’s years of experience mean we have this down to a tee. Granite also holds up to heat well, much better than quartz, and is extremely durable and scratch-resistant, lasting many years. While granite is more likely to chip than quartz, its super easy to fix – you can even get granite repair kits.
Quartz countertops are a mixture of quartz and man-made resin. This means they can be more susceptible to damage from heat than granite, so you won’t be putting a George Foreman grill or crockpot on there! But then they are also less likely to stain. Quartz is non-porous and does not require any sealing, meaning these stones offer a virtually maintenance-free kitchen work surface. Another thing to consider is that quartz is susceptible to discolouration if it’s constantly in contact with direct sunlight. Another bonus is that quartz generally leaves less of a carbon footprint and many of these products contain content that has been recycled in the manufacturing process
Unit 7 Bellerton Lane
ST6 8ED, UK