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Granite for Bathrooms and Wet-rooms

We supply and template solid stone granite for all flat bathroom surfaces, such as sink surrounds, vanity tops, floor and wall tiles, and shelving. Multiple pieces are cut from the same stone slab so there is a continuation of inherent features and colour. However, if all you need is a small piece of granite, such as the ‘Zimbabwe’ plain black granite stone illustrated here, then ask about granite off-cuts. Whatever size of stone you choose, once cut, the granite is edged, polished or honed, and hand-finished to produce high quality bathroom surfaces which will give lasting service that you can be proud of.

Beautiful granite for bathrooms and walk-in shower wall cladding

Granite is widely used for the manufacture and installation of walk-in showers, wet-rooms and spa wall cladding, be it in a commercial environment or in private homes. Solid stone is quarried from around the world and comes in a variety of inspiring natural colours, and all pieces are unique. Upgrading your bathroom in natural stone from GON Granite & Marble couldn’t be easier. Our showroom and workshops are based in Ruthin, North Wales, where our small but friendly team are happy to assist you to choose the right stone, discuss the most appropriate finish, be that honed or polished, and all at a price to fit within your budget. Advice is also on hand to get the correct measurements, and our templating and fitting service is second-to-none. Transform the look of an ordinary bathroom into a stunning space, no matter the size and shape of the room. Responsibly sourced granite is the only granite on offer to our customers, who benefit from the very best stones available, and with the features and colours they are looking for. Our range of granite has something to suit most tastes, and comes in two grades of stone: standard and budget.

Natural granite wash-basin cut-outs and vanity surfaces

In order to reduce the risk of stone fractures when cutting granite, minimum dimensions between the edge of the sink cutout and the tap holes, for example, are carefully considered. Structural integrity is thus maintained during the cutting process, and the risk of problems are eliminated as far as is possible.