A new kitchen installation with new units, cupboards and drawers being fitted may require the skills of a trained professional carpenter and joiner.Despite many firms offering straight-forward kitchen suites, they may need to be adapted to fit the shape of your kitchen or specific requests you have.
If you are building a completely bespoke kitchen, then the chances of needing a joiner or carpenter are highly raised.
There are firms that can offer full kitchen packages – these include the design of the kitchen itself with input from the customer, the supply of the units and the installation. However, you can get independent packages of installations only or even have a company design the kitchen for you and then you use that design to take to a high-street firm to attempt to replicate it.
The benefit of going down the full-package route is that you only have to deal directly with one company. Therefore, if there are any requests, issues or changes you might want to make you only have to contact one firm. You’re also more likely to get a discounted cost if you employ the one company to cover all of your new kitchen installation needs. If you use separate firms to carry out the design, supply and installation the chances are you’ll have to pay a premium for it.
Design, supply and installation packages mean you have a specialist team to blueprint the look of your new kitchen. When you’re happy with that you can then choose the unit, cupboard and drawer styles and fittings with a range of woods and colours. Once all is decided, a carpenter will be employed to fit the units for you at your home.
Whether you’re looking for a complete design, supply and installation or a supply and installation, Builder Guide has a number of firms who can get the job done for you. We can put you in touch with professional, trained and qualified carpenters and joiners who can replace damaged or ageing doors, fascias and sections of your current kitchen
Simply fill in the quote form and we’ll get up to three quotes for you, from both national and regional companies.
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