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Peak District in Derby wooden worktops. Derby cathedral wooden worktops.

Derby is considered to be the birthplace of the industrial revolution and is an internationally renowned centre for advanced transport manufacturing. As well as this, Derby is the home of the Peak District and The National Forest - two of the most beautiful expanses of countryside.

A city that understands the importance of combining manufacturing and nature in a sustainable environment is bound to appreciate natural products in their kitchens, so we invite customers in the Derby area to consider our European-made wooden worktops. With antibacterial properties and beautiful natural style, hardwoods are the perfect material for your kitchen worktops. We also offer a selection of laminate worktops, with a range of decors including wood effects to glamorous high-gloss glitter worktops. Our Earthstone surfaces are a luxurious option, imitating the look and feel of a solid stone surface at a fraction of the cost.

As the UK's most central city, Derby is only 30 miles away from our central delivery depot and Chesterfield showroom, which is open 09:00 - 17:00, six days a week. A showroom manager is always on hand to help you choose the perfect worktop or provide you with worktop samples to take away.

If you are not able to come and have a look in person, simply browse our website or call our sales team, who are available to help you place an order or answer any questions throughout the week and on Saturdays, too.

Once you have decided whether to order square-edged worktops or request the services of our bespoke worktops cutting service, we can deliver your worktops to any ground-floor location in your home by our 2Man delivery service, on a weekday of your choice. Our 2Man service delivers to most parts of England, Scotland and Wales with next-day delivery available for orders placed before 12 noon.

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

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