Things to consider when choosing a kitchen worktop
When it comes to home renovating, there’s no denying that the kitchen is one of the most important rooms. Whether you’re undergoing a full house refurbishment or you’re just revamping the kitchen itself, there are a number of things to consider.
Whilst Lundhs Granite is most commonly used for kitchen worktops and surfaces, here at Lundhs we are passionate about finding alternative uses for our materials. Over the years we have been lucky enough to collaborate with a number of distinguished designers to create limited edition accessories, furniture and one-off installation pieces, all of which celebrate the versatility and natural beauty of Lundhs Granite.
Natural heat resistant surfaces
The ideal surface for kitchen worktops, Lundhs Real Stone’s 100% natural surfaces boast exceptional heat resistant qualities. Withstanding temperatures of up to 300°C, hot pots and pans can be placed directly on to the worktop without any risk of burning the surface or fears of damage.
Some may find it hard to believe, but a Lundhs Real Stone worktop truly is just that – 100% real stone. Unlike man-made alternatives such as composite or quartz, a Lundhs Real Stone worktop is completely natural.