Kitchen showrooms (and other vital questions)


How come you don’t have kitchen showrooms? You’re bound to have questions (we answer this one quite a lot) and we’re always pleased to answer them. Save yourself a call, however, and see whether whatever’s on your mind is answered here.

Not really. Rather than have a costly kitchen showroom, we come over to see you and bring brochures and samples of worktops and doors and other materials. We’ve been doing it like this – and creating beautiful kitchens for our customers, since 2010.

Well, we do have doors and worktops on display at our home office/tiny showroom in Whitefield, North Manchester, and you’re welcome to visit us here if you’d like to.

Ah. OK. Many years ago, Simon co-founded and co-owned a kitchen business that had a kitchen showroom in North Manchester. That showroom is still there, and that business still has the same name, but it’s had no connection to us for well over a decade.

Yes you can. We supply a number of the same leading makes of German kitchen you may well have seen in high end kitchen showrooms and interiors magazines.

It’s hard to say, as it varies widely. But a saving of 20% is probably average, and 30% is not at all uncommon.

Our cabinets are made to our specification, in Lancashire,  by a small specialist factory. Our doors come from Italy, Germany and the UK.

Yes, of course. We can source whatever you want from any manufacturer.

No, no no. Just as we chose not to have a kitchen showroom, we chose to make sure we have the best fitting team in the North West. They’ve fitted kitchens for us for many years. They’re not only highly skilled but they’re nice to have around, too.

Yes, of course. Or, we can arrange everything for you.

You name it, we supply it. Granite, quartz, acrylic, laminate, timber, glass… We supply all the same quality kitchen showroom brands like Silestone, Caesarstone, Corian and Mistral as well as the same products in unbranded form (and very good value).

We can arrange and oversee everything for you. We can do as much as you want us to.  And, we don’t charge for project management! 

Good question. Because we can’t control those reviews… we get absolutely no say in what customers post there, so you know for certain that what you read about us there is independent and truthful.

That’s a good question. It depends entirely on what you’d like in your new kitchen. Lots of factors will influence how long it takes to complete the work but, very roughly, two weeks for a small kitchen with laminate tops up to five weeks for a kitchen with stone tops and glass cladding. But remember, even if the finish date is five weeks, you can often have a working kitchen up and running far sooner.

There are too many variables for any answer we might attempt to this to be of much help. All we’d say is that the average price of our kitchens is… far less than it should be!