At Chiltern Marble we're able to offer exceptional quality and value for much less than you may think.
To find out more contact us or visit your nearest showroom in either London (Islington), Bedford or Milton Keynes.
As the UK’s leading granite supplier we offer exceptional range of granite kitchen worktops and countertops at competitive prices. All of our natural surfaces come complete with a 15 year stain warranty.
We supply the leading quartz brands such as Quartzforms, Compac, Silestone and Caesarstone. Get the best quality quartz worktops at the right price in your kitchen without all the fuss.
We're proud to have worked on a number of large commercial and domestic projects including The Lancasters (Hyde Park), Harrods, The Savoy and the restaurants of chef Jean-Christophe Novelli.
What we do
Welcome to the home of Chiltern Marble. Our excellent reputation from satisfied customers has been forged from providing the highest level of customer service and workmanship since 1999. We operate from our own purpose built workshop in Kempston; just outside of Bedford in Bedfordshire, specialising in the fabrication of marble, granite and quartz worktops to both trade and the public. We operate in Bedford, Milton Keynes, London, Cambridge, and Northampton, as well as across the UK.
How are we unique
Chiltern Marble have been operating with years of experience supplying everything from quartz and granite kitchen worktops to large-scale commercial tiling projects. Over this period we have established ourselves as one of the UK's primary stone suppliers thanks to our proud reputation. Along with our factory showroom in Bedford, our other showroom can be found in the Business Design Center, Islington London and helps us to provide a great service throughout the UK. As an independent company we can often meet bespoke requests with an exceptional record at getting things right.
Our diverse team of fitters and stone masons are all expertly trained to cope with even the most demanding of requests. We understand that training is just as important as equipment, which is why we have invested over 2 million pounds in the latest CNC cutting and polishing machines; in order to achieve the highest possible finish. As granite worktop specialists, we often import the material directly enabling us to reduce costs and overheads, thus enabling us to offer premium stone at discount granite worktop prices.
Quality, without all the expense
There’s a perception that granite kitchen worktops are expensive, but that’s simply not true. As we are granite specialists, we search for the highest quality material and order in bulk allowing us to pass on considerable savings to you. By overseeing the whole process from importing, ordering and fabricating right through to installation, we are careful to keep costs down but the quality up.
After you have chosen your new kitchen, simply give our customer service team a call for a hassle free quote and to use our knowledge and expertise gained from installing thousands of quartz worktops and granite worktops in London, Milton Keynes, Bedford, Cambridge, Northampton and other areas since 1999.
At Chiltern Marble we stock an exciting range of bespoke quartz kitchen worktops along with the more traditional black granite worktops and white marbles. Quartz is a premium alternative to granite, it’s a man-made stone which means it’s available in a huge variety of colors from various manufacturers such as Compac, Silestone, Quartzforms and Caesarstone.
A quartz worktop contains a resin to bind together the natural quartz minerals made from crystallized silicone dioxide. The inclusion of this resin helps make the material stain and scratch resistant, perfect for busy kitchens. Some varieties come with a glass chips or mirror flecks such as varieties such as black mirror quartz and white mirror quartz.
CAN YOU PUT HOT PANS ON GRANITE COUNTERTOPS?
One of the most common questions that granite fabricators have is, 'can hot pans be placed onto a granite surface without causing any damage?'
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We are proud to introduce Namibian Green, a rare material sourced in Africa which has an impressive white background, with areas of green and black sporadically placed throughout.
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