Competition Time!

Head on over to our Facebook page and follow the steps below to be in with a chance to win a full slab of super 6 with your order (https://www.facebook.com/StoneSynergy)

Step 1: Leave a like on the Video

Step 2: Follow the Facebook & Instagram page

Step 3: Share the Competition Video

Step 4: Tag 2 Friends in the Video

Once you have completed the above steps you will be in for the chance to win 1 whole slab of any of our super 6 colours.

The winner will be randomly selected on the 1st of July 2022

Please be aware this giveaway is only applicable to those who are placing an order with us. Once your order is placed, the slab will be deducted from your final price.

If you wish to redeem your free slab in the future you will have 6 months from the competition end date to cash in on your reward.

Terms & Conditions

Do you sell directly to the public?

Yes we supply to end clients, by doing do we can ensure you get the best service and price. By cutting out the middleman and passing the savings on to you.

What must I have on site when you arrive to do the templating?

Before the survey you need to ensure all cabinets are level, have sufficient braces and are secure firmly to the wall. Make sure you know the final location of the sinks, hobs, taps and any other fittings required and have these available on site. Please ensure after the survey cabinets are not moved as the measurements takes during the survey are crucial for a perfect worktop installation. Any changes after the survey will cause significant delays and incur extra charges.

Can we plaster the walls after you have templated?

No, this needs to be done before the templating. Tiling should be done after the worktops are installed.

How long from the templating will it take to fit my worktops?

We normally delivery and fit worktops within 4-10 working days from the survey. (7 day from sale to fit on certain occasions, call for details)

How accurate is an online quote?

The price calculated using the online guide price, which will only change if and when we come out to template, the measurements and your requirements change from the original quote online.

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