“Can you explain the different types of worktop construction?” Question of the Week 26.07.15
“Can you explain the different types of worktop construction?”
Our final ‘Question of the Week’ this July comes from Frances in Weston-super-Mare, who is trying to decide upon which worktops to purchase alongside her solid wood kitchen cabinets.
“I am currently planning my new kitchen and have already decided on solid oak cabinets from yourselves, but am having a little difficulty deciding upon a suitable wooden worktop to go with them. I see that you seem to offer three different types, but I would like more information on what differentiates them.”
Our selection of worktops has grown considerably but there are qualities that differentiate all: as such, we’re happy to explain the differences in worktop types for you. All worktops are constructed from high-quality timber that is provided with a square edge and smooth sanded finish to 150 grit, ready to oil or treat as you wish.
Each worktop is constructed from ‘staves’ which are the individual solid timber sections that make up the worktop, it is the different formations of these staves that sets each type of worktop apart.
You can find out further details in our Choosing Worktops for Solid Oak Kitchens information guide.
Hopefully this helps you understand the difference between our selection of worktops, but if you’d like to see any of our worktops up-close, then either visit one of our solid wood kitchen cabinet showrooms or order kitchen worktop samples to get your hands on our quality timber before placing an order.
The Team @ Solid Wood Kitchen Cabinets
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