Wharf Worktops looks to partner with UK showrooms and fabricators

SurfacesProducts Fri 5th Mar 2021 by Emma Hedges

Wharf Worktops looks to partner with UK showrooms and fabricators

Wharf Worktops looks to partner with UK showrooms and fabricators



Independent manufacturer Wharf Worktops has revealed that it is looking to partner with showrooms and fabricators throughout the UK. The company says that this is with a view to creating opportunities for independent retailers, fabricators and installers to develop a new strand to their business with a product that it says is 'high quality, easy to specify and bespoke'.

Wharf Seamless Select is waterproof and easy to clean, and offers a seamless surface solution that can be custom-made to fit exact needs, space requirements and project specifications. Worktop joints are said to be virtually invisible and all colours run deep and true throughout the material in a range of 33 contemporary decors. Slab Profiles are available in a range of edging like Pencil, Square, Bullnose, No-drip, Stepped and Shark’s Tooth and can be made to every thickness. Added to that, no sealing, painting or grouting is required.

Rob Bullen, MD at Wharf Worktops, said: “Our mission over the next five years is to continue expanding on our network of kitchen showrooms and approved fabricators, as our exclusive range of seamless worktops are now in high demand following the steady market growth for product alternatives that don’t compromise on style or substance. Now more than ever, consumers appreciate the value of bespoke surface application and are now investing in new, long-lasting materials that are precision engineered and offer more in terms of performance and lifestyle.”

Wharf Worktops provides training and support alongside a 10-year warranty, and the company says it is on hand to answer queries from initial consultation through to installation. The order is ready in 10 to 12 working days for delivery and final install by a Wharf approved fitter.

Tags: surfaces, products, wharf worktops, kitchens

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