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Before the 19th century, Cardiff was a relatively small town, growing into a city during the industrial revolution of the late 19th and early 20th century, when it was finally designated as a city in 1905. With the boom in Welsh coal production the port continued to grow, and is now Wales' largest transport hub, as well as home to many national sporting venues and the Welsh National Assembly.

Much of Cardiff's success came after the introduction of a twice-weekly boat service between the Welsh port and Bristol's bustling docks, which delivered greatly needed supplies to the burgeoning town.

These grass-root beginnings which saw Cardiff grow into the busy commercial and transport hub that it is today, is somewhat reminiscent of our own business. From humble beginnings, Worktop Express has grown to become the largest online retailer of solid wood worktops in the UK, and have built our own internal transport network to best serve the demands of our customers.

We can deliver wooden worktops in Cardiff and the surrounding areas 5 days a week with our 2Man delivery service, which reaches many parts of the UK. Areas beyond our reach are served by a nationwide courier, meaning that we can deliver kitchen worktops to almost any part of the British Isles.

Our wood worktops are unmistakable for their natural beauty and the innate durability that comes with a hardwood surface. We offer a variety of timbers and styles, including standard, deluxe and full stave products, which means there's a surface to suit all budgets and kitchen designs without having to compromise on the quality of worktop.

Order your worktops by 12 noon for next day delivery to Cardiff.

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"Cardiff Millennium Stadium" by Thomas Duesing is licensed under CC BY 2.0
"Cardiff Bay" by Geraint Rowland is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0