Our comprehensive Wooden Worktop Cutting Service allows you to customise your worktops so they arrive factory-finished and ready to fit, saving you time and money altering your surfaces after delivery. Our highly skilled team use specialist machinery to achieve precise cuts to tailor your worktops to your exact specifications. Discover our comprehensive range of customisations:
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We use HABiol - an industrial grade oil - to pre-oil our worktops, coating the top, bottom, sides and ends of the surface. This provides the work surfaces with a strong, resistant finish and is required for worktops with any other bespoke services applied.
To keep your wooden worktops in optimal condition, subsequent coats of oil will need to be applied after delivery - as it acclimatises to its new environment - and after installation. We recommend using our own blend of Danish oil for this, as it is compatible with the HABiol we use in our specialist machinery.
If you need your kitchen worktops cut-to-size, we offer a worktop cutting service that will ensure your surfaces meet your size requirements. Our professional service can cut both the width and the length to achieve the precise dimensions required, and the cut edge will also be refinished.
To ensure an accurate cut, our Homag saw blades are serviced weekly.
Our wooden worktops are sold with a square edge as standard, but you may wish to utilise our edge profiling service to achieve a different look. These edge profiles provide a smooth, hardwearing edge for your work surface, and we have a number of styles available to suit your home.
We recommend utilising this service if your work surface is being customised with ellipse ends or radius corners.
Wooden kitchen worktops can be cut to precisely match any kitchen doors with radius corners, creating an even, smooth, streamlined finish.
We can cut to standard supplied manufacturer's radii, or bespoke sizes if required. Radius corners can also be added to the end of a row of units to provide a softer, safe finish - particularly beneficial when young children are a concern.
Solid wood kitchen worktops should only be joined with a standard butt joint. Our fabrication team will rout three apertures for worktop connector bolts to the underside of both worktops.
Once the worktops arrive on site, you will simply have to bolt the worktops together by tightening three worktop connector bolts (supplied).
We recommend inserting a worktop sealant between the worktops when joining to create a water-resistant join.
We can cut wooden worktops to accommodate overmounted sinks - simply supply us with the dimensions and we will take care of the rest.
For stability, we recommend at least 100mm is left between the end of the worktop and the start of the aperture.
Provide us with the measurements and we can cut solid wood worktops to fit any undermounted sink.
The top edge of the cut-out will be profiled to allow for adequate water drainage unless otherwise requested.
A Belfast sink is a popular option with a solid wood work surface and we can cut yours to accommodate any size of sink, creating a bespoke template for every order. The inside top edge of the worktop will be profiled to allow for drainage, unless requested otherwise.
Every kitchen is unique, and our irregular cut-out service accommodates this.
Whether you require cut-outs for lights, electrical sockets, extractor fans or extruding walls or beams, our fabrication team are able to cut to exact dimensions.
The standard tap hole diameter is 35mm, but there are other sizes available in. Let us know the required diameter and we will cut your wooden worktops to accommodate.
We always cut slightly larger than required to allow for the natural contraction and expansion of solid wood.
Drainage grooves are an attractive addition to any solid wood worktop, and we highly recommended choosing at least one set of drainage grooves when opting for an undermounted or Belfast sink.
e offer three configuration options for our drainage grooves - fan, fountain and straight - all tapered to ensure drainage is effective. Our drainage grooves are routed in sets of 6 and the standard length is 450mm, although we can accommodate longer or shorter lengths if required.
End caps should be used when installing wooden worktops adjacent to freestanding ovens (Rangemaster, Aga, Rayburn etc).
End caps are created by cutting a worktop across the width, and then joining the offcut to the end of the worktop in question. This conceals the end grain, preventing this section from drying out and splitting over time as a result of prolonged exposure to excessive heat.
Worktop end caps also portray a "finished" look and are sometime requested purely as a feature.
Standard end cap width is 40mm and full stave end cap width is 90mm, although bespoke sizes can also be created if required.
Apertures for built-in hobs can be routed to any size, so we can provide cut-out for hobs from a wide variety of brands.
We will also cut the inside corners square if required.
We highly recommend leaving a 100mm gap between the edge of the cut-out and the end of the worktop, to ensure that the strength and stability of the worktop is not compromised.
Stainless steel hotrods create an elegant yet practical pan stand.
Our fabrication team will rout apertures in a choice of formations: either in a 'diamond' or 'linear' shape, ready for the installation of a stainless steel hotrod set (supplied).
The hotrods can be left to sit in the recess, allowing easy cleaning, alternatively you can fix the hotrods in place with a sealant or adhesive if preferred.
Alternatively if you would like a bespoke hotrod formation, please contact us for a quote.
The 'Wireless Charger' price includes the WEX Wireless Charger unit, which is available for purchase as a standalone item on the WEX Wireless Charger page. The wireless charger and recess can also be added to your order when purchasing by telephone or email - simply mention it to one of our sales advisors when you get in touch.
If you would like to incorporate one of our standalone WEX Wireless Worktop Chargers into your wooden worktop to create an invisible charging solution, please select this option.
Our team will cut an 80mm diameter recess into the underside of the worktop into which one of our wireless charging units snugly fits. Should you wish, we can also brand the top of the worktop, so that you know the exact location on which to sit your device in order to charge.
We recommend that the inlay for the WEX Wireless Worktop Charger is positioned at least 25mm in from the edges of the worktop to retain the structural integrity of the timber.
A diagonal cut from any two points on a work surface, tapered cuts can be used for a multitude of reasons.
Ideal for an unusually shaped kitchen, these cuts could also be used to create a striking feature in your kitchen - perhaps as part of a breakfast bar, peninsula or island.
Ellipse ends provide a sleek semi-circular end on a solid wood worktop, perfect for breakfast bars, peninsulas or islands. We can cut worktops to any radius, just let us know what you need.
Your worktops arrive fully customised and ready to fit, saving you time and money on installation.
Your bespoke worktops are delivered into your home in just 3-8 working days.
Our easy-to-use Online Bespoke Worktop Tool makes designing, pricing-up and ordering your bespoke worktops simple.
We can create and deliver bespoke oversized worktops in any of our timber species that are larger than our standard sizes that are ideal for kitchen islands. Full information on our oversized wooden worktops can be found on our Made To Measure Worktops page.