We supply and install Tristone worktops throughout London, Kent, Essex and the South East.
Based near Gravesend, just off the M2, we are ideally situated to supply your Tristone worktops if you live in London, Kent, Essex or the South East of England. We fabricate Tristone on site and have displays of Tristone, and other countertops, in our showroom. We only use approved fabricators so that your worktop will be covered by a 10 year guarantee.
What are Tristone solid surface worktops?
If you are looking for a quote for new worktops then fill out the form here or send us an email with a sketch and approximate dimensions attached and we will send you an estimated price by return. If you are happy with the price and want to go ahead we can then arrange for a site visit to make a template to ensure that your Tristone worktop fits exactly. The lead time between template and installation is usually around 2 weeks and once the tops are fabricated we will contact you to arrange a date to install them.
If you are keeping your existing kitchen and are just replacing your counters you will need to factor in the cost to dispose of your old worktops and to disconnect and reconnect your sink and hob, it will cost considerably more to do this for a gas hob than it will for an electric one.
We also sell kitchens, so if you are having a complete makeover why not consider us for the whole project, we will be able to provide you with a more competetive price for your tops if we are also going to be your kitchen supplier as well.
Tristone is brand of acrylic solid surface worktop made in Korea by Lion ChemTech. There are other manufacturers of solid surface worktops like Corian and Hanex and Hi-Macs. Tristone is made in the same way, producing a premium quality worktop which is normally cheaper then the more well known brands. Tristone also has the same 10 year manufacturer backed guarantee as standard.
Solid surface worktops like Tristone are so called because any joins in the work surface are filled with a paste and polished so that they become invisible, giving the impression that the entire countertop is one single piece of material. Sinks, drainers and upstands can also be seamlessly integrated into the worktop. Besides aesthetics one of the most obvious benefits of this is low maintenance and easy cleaning. If you have a conventional worktop you will know that the areas that attract dirt are the join between the worktop and wall and the rim between the sink, drainer and worksurface.
Another attractive property of solid surface worktops is that they are fairly easily repaired if you should be unfortunate enough to damage them. Fabricators will be able to cut the damaged area out and refit a new piece, some extra piece of mind if you are a bit slapdash in the kitchen.
Acrylic is very versatile and can be used to make tops of any size, shape, depth and thickness from 13mm upwards. For very thin worksurfaces just the Tristone is used, thereafter it is mounted onto MDF, so a standard 38mm thick worktop is 25mm MDF and 13mm of Tristone. That is why the majority of those chunky worktops you see, especially those on islands where the top is also wrapped down the sides, are acrylic because apart from the profiled edge the fabricator increases the amount of MDF not the amount of acrylic.
This building is clad with Tristone.
Pretty much anything can be made using Tristone, it is suitable for domestic uses in bathrooms and kitchen worktops or commercially can be used to clad buildings.
To get a quote for your worktops click here.