If you are in the process of renovating your kitchen and are looking for an easy and cost-effective way to install a new stone benchtop to replace the old one, look no further. Stone overlay benchtops are a cheaper, simpler and more efficient way to transform your old outdated kitchen. For a fraction of the cost, stone overlay benchtops are incredibly durable with the same look and feel of a full stone set up.
We simply install the new kitchen benchtop over the already existing kitchen benchtop, no demolition is required. The process is hassle free as it does not involve any removal of tiles or existing laminate kitchen benchtops.
Select a stone of your choice from our extensive range of suppliers and have us transform your old outdated kitchen into a brand-new modern rendition. Our installation team are highly experienced, guaranteeing to make the installation of your new overlay benchtop quick and precise.
We’re here to make the process of renovating your kitchen cheaper and hassle free. For an easy, stylish and fashionable kitchen design at a low price, a stone overlay benchtop is the best option for you!
Here at Kay Stone, we pride ourselves in delivering premium quality benchtops Melbourne wide, at cheaper prices. Our team of fully qualified and experienced stone masons use cutting edge technology to produce precisely cut and polished benchtops and vanities specific to your requirements.
The following guidelines should be followed:
Stone (engineered stone, porcelain, marble and granite) is one of the easiest surfaces to maintain. For day-to-day maintenance all you need to do is wipe the benchtop with a cloth and clean water. You will find most of cleaning products you probably already have around the house can be used to clean your benchtops (AVOID – Cleaning products with acidic or abrasive ingredients). LITHOFIN cleaners are the most effective and we personally use them to clean your benches!
You might find some stains are quite hard to remove. In this case it is necessary to use stronger cleaning chemicals and products to remove the stain. The chemicals/products are as follows:
Products that contain abrasives/chemicals/oils may dull the stones finish and leave a residue behind, so use them with caution. I would recommend you contact us to ask questions you may have.