The place that it is being installed at must be secure and solid to fit perfectly. You can have it inclined or laying flat, but it must be set on a foundation that is solid. If you don’t do this, you will increase the chances of it cracking and you will have more problems after the event. Historically people have mounted slate on plywood sub-base hoping that this will eliminate the chances of it warping, but plywood has the tendency to do the same thing.
Are you looking to make a bold statement in your kitchen or bathroom? Then consider green granite. Green granite worktop colours probably have the greatest variety of options when it comes to secondary colours, offering something for everyone! While most of the other granite worktop colours have only minor influences, green has a wide variety of differing supporting colours and tones.
This range of green granite worktop options have been in stock with us, or via other importers, within the last twelve months. If you cannot find your preferred worktop colour within our standard range then please make your choice from the below. Please note that category 2 options will be more expensive than our standard range.
Compared to porcelain, Formica and composite, you may have to perform a little more maintenance. However, the results and the beauty that it adds to your home are certainly worth it. When it comes to artistic appeal, you have three different types of slate to choose from for your worktop.
Verde Bahia Granite, aka Uba Tuba, on the other hand, weaves together iridescent gold and copper making it a bold and brilliant addition to your choice of colour. It is even possible to find greens with fleck of yellow and brown or black. This great difference in secondary colours makes green granite worktop colours particularly attractive to those who like a variety and spontaneity in their decoration. Please explore our large selection of green granite worktop colours .