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Redhill SR Station Down platform in 1955 solid wood worktops. St John the Evangelist's Church solid wood worktops. Prime beech solid wood worktops are a popular choice in Redhill.

A beautiful town established in the east of Surrey, Redhill is a thriving conurbation that blends Victorian architecture with contemporary building design. It is also the location of one of our fabulous showrooms!

Part of the London commuter belt, Redhill has fantastic transport links to London, as well as being only three miles from both the M25 and the M23 motorways. What's more, Redhill is only 7 miles north of London Gatwick Airport.

Ideally located for visitors from South London and the south-east of England, our Redhill showroom opened in January 2016, and is only a fifteen-minute drive from junction 8 of the M25. This showroom has a variety of stunning solid wood worktops on show, to demonstrate the high quality timber and finish that are recurrent across our entire collection. We also have a range of kitchen accessories and appliances on show from quality brands that are in keeping with our products.

We would love to see you at our showroom in Redhill, situated on Bonehurst Street. You can visit us any day between 9.00 and 17.00, with the exception of Wednesday and Sunday when we are closed.

If you would like to see samples of any of our worktops that are not showcased in Redhill, we also offer a handy worktop sample service, through which we can deliver a sample of any of our worktops - including our laminate and Earthstone surface options - straight to your door. These samples start at just £5 each, and will be delivered free-of-charge. The cost of each sample can be redeemed against your worktop order on a one-for-basis when you buy with Worktop Express®. Please don't hesitate to get in touch today!

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

Image Use:
"Redhill SR Station Down platform in 1955" by Ben Brooksbank is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0
"St John the Evangelist's Church" by The Voice of Hassocks is licensed under CC0 1.0