With rising gas and fuel prices efficiency has become paramount to the progression of technology for gas fires. We have a great selection of fire surrounds on show at our doncaster showroom with aselection of gas and electric fires within them. Our fire surrounds include cast iron, limestone, micro marble, stone and wood to name just a few and all come with the option of a full fitting service.
Welcome to DK Marble and Granite, if you are looking for marble and granite craftsmanship then you have found the right place. We manufacture stone fire surrounds, kitchen worktops and bathrooms atour Doncaster showroom. Visit us and choose your favourite stone products, we will personally design, deliver and fit your finished product.
We are a family run business for over 40 years. We started off in Sheffield but we then moved over to Doncaster where we are now based. Over the passed 40 years fashion and trends have changed but onething still stays the same, the passion we put into our business. To meet with the ever changing demands we are constantly changing our showroom displays to show you what's hot right now including our recently popular wood burning stoves.
Run by Chris and Melissa Needham, we have been operating since 2008 under our installation service name of Apollo heatsource. We decided to take the leap of faith and opened the doors to our newshowroom in early 2014, and thus Viking Stoves & Fireplaces was born. And because we are a family run business and have children of our own, we created a space in our showroom for your children to play safely while mum and dad have a look around and can ask those questions that you need answering.
Established in Doncaster since 1923, Studio Utopia has a history of meeting its clients' needs for the very best quality kitchens, bathrooms and fireplaces. Creating ideal solutions for the mostimportant rooms in the home is central to Studio Utopia's philosophy.
Henry later passed the business on to Joseph Rotherham senior, who also inherited his father's remarkable ability with stone and eye for detail. Joseph Rotherham senior continued to learn and practisethe traditional crafts of stone masonry until he went to serve with the Eighth Army Anti-Aircraft division in the Second World War. Returning from war he settled in East Yorkshire and built a reputation as a first class craftsman.