LOOKING TO RENOVATE OR REDESIGN YOUR KITCHEN?

We’re here to help you get the kitchen of your dreams

If you are looking at renovating an existing house we can have someone come to visit you on-site to give you ideas for your new kitchen. Alternatively you can bring plan or photos to our factory/showroom – here you can see examples of materials, colours, handles and accessories. Our friendly team will be able to explain your options and provide expert advise to suit your needs.

We offer a free consultation which consists of basic design layout and materials/products brief and a quote. 

Refresh your look without the cost of a whole kitchen…

In some situations (depending on the condition of your kitchen) Some simple modifications can be made to get your kitchen looking new – without needing a full renovation.

Replacing Bench Top: (Change the colour of your laminate bench top, or replace it with a stone top)

Refacing / Replacing doors & drawer fronts:  Change the colour of your kitchen by replacing cupboard doors and drawer fronts (and handles)

Working With Builders For Your Renovation

We can work with your preferred choice of builders and tradesmen for your renovation. We also refer to builders that we have a relationship with to assist you in the construction process of your renovation.  These builders also have their own subtrades – plumbers, electricians, tilers, painters, gibstoppers whom they work alongside.  

We are happy to liaise with your sub trades or recommend suitable tradespeople, who will invoice you directly, not through us (no mark-up from us).  Be aware these estimates can vary, as it is not possible for them to envisage exactly what’s going on in your existing walls and your final  choices may also change as the project evolves.  If you would like us to coordinate the project we are happy to do so at an additional cost for time spent.

We make renovations easy, talk to us about upgrading your kitchen

We’re with you every step of the way. From Design – Installation – ongoing support

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