Whatever style of kitchen, gloss cream kitchen units, Green Shaker doors, Oak kitchen design, bespoke kitchen end panels, Laminate kitchen worktops, Oak kitchen worktops, whatever the budget, whether you buy the new kitchen units or we supply them. Small kitchens, large kitchens, bespoke kitchens or just new kitchen doors - worktops - plinths, We want you to give us the opportunity to quote for your kitchen project
We have fitted a lot of kitchens over the 28 years we have been trading in and around Sudbury and some of our more recent kitchen installations can be seen here. Howdens / B & Q / Wickes kitchens are just a few named kitchen suppliers we have used.
Getting the kitchen installation right.
After removing all the old kitchen units, tiles and fittings you need to make sure all electrical requirements have been allowed for, chasing in for electrical sockets, oven, hob do they need larger rated cables, don't forget power for the cooker hood, your kitchen designer will have thought about how the kitchen will work, worktops next to the hob and oven ready to take hot trays or dinner plates, onto the kitchen carcases these need to be precisely fitted, get this wrong and everything will be wrong, they need to be level from side to side and back to front or the Masons mitre however good will not sit correctly, your tiles above will be out of level and so on, make sure all worktops that do not have kitchen carcases under are properly supported with suitable battens and maybe support legs, all the wall units also need to be level with end panels suitably positioned to hide the carcase side, Cornice and Pelmet mitred and fitted correctly, all care must be taken, this is a major investment in your home, the new kitchen needs to look good, function properly, be fitted well and the best quality that can be afforded.
When installing a kitchen we always have to consider one of the final aspects, the worktops, if the units are out of square, out of upright, out of level it will have and affect on the worktop joints, no matter how good a Masons Mitre joint is cut, if the kitchen cupboards supporting it is not right the worktops will never joint properly. Choosing the right worktop, there are as you probably know lots, Stone worktops....Granite, Marble, Quartz, Timber worktops....Oak can darkened if required, Wenge this is a very dark wood, Iroko more a golden colour wood, then the most popular Laminate, Laminate worktops are a good choice for several reasons, they are much cheaper than stone and should you want a change then its not such a big expense, Laminate worktops don't need sealing, they don't stain and are generally very practical.
You can see a few of our kitchen renovations here, We would like to price for your new kitchen or maybe just new doors / worktops.
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