How To Get A Kitchen Installed?

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To get a kitchen installed you’re going to want to hire a kitchen fitter. A new kitchen installation requires planning, preparation and installation. There are many factors to consider.

How To Find A Professional Kitchen Fitter?

To avoid disappoint, you’ll want to choose an approved kitchen fitter like us. We’re a professional kitchen fitting business who really cares about doing the best job possible to the high standards. Check our reviews and testimonials to find out what our customers think of our work. Once we’ve fitted your kitchen, I’m sure you’ll agree with our other clients – we’re great at what we do. Also, check this website for photographs of other kitchens we’ve fitted. They look fantastic don’t they. Here’s a photo (below) of a kitchen we fitted:

New kitchen

Really do your research when choosing a kitchen installer. Check their social media and other online sources for information about their work. A really good kitchen installer will mostly certainly want to shout about their work.

Here’s some other top tip when looking to hire a professional kitchen fitter:

  • Check professional indemnity and public liability insurance that the kitchen fitter may have.
  • Ensure you choose a friendly and professional kitchen installer in case their are issues. Obviously checking reviews and testimonials will help to reduce the risk of using rogue traders, and will minimise the chances of issues arises. However, issues do sometimes arise and it’s how your professional kitchen fitter deals with and resolves the issues that really counts. You need to find a company you can trust!
  • If any of the work is subcontracting then check the supply chain. You’ll want to know the history, professionalism of all involved. For example, Gas Safe professionals, etc. Always check if everyone is qualified, experienced and has all insurances in place.
  • Check the details of the contract before going ahead. A good kitchen installer should be upfront about everything and operate with complete honestly and transparency. There should be nothing left to chance and no hidden costs which may come to bite you.

Get Several Quotes When Choosing A Kitchen Installer

Don’t just take our word for it, check our reviews. But also got three quotes and check their reviews and work too. Check their associations with the Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom Specialists Association (KBSA) British Institute of Kitchen, and the Bedroom and Bathroom Installers (BiKBBI). There may be a few other professional trade associations, but these two are the most recognised.

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