Welcome to Designer Kitchens UK
Buying a brand-new bespoke and fitted designer kitchen is an exciting process. It can be daunting, too, with so many things to take into consideration. The temptation to rush to the showroom, choose your kitchen designer and set the ball rolling as quickly as possible can be hard to resist. Neglect the planning stage, though, and the kitchen of your dreams could turn into your worst nightmare.
Because the opportunity to fit out a bespoke kitchen from scratch doesn’t come along very often it can be hard to know where to start. May we suggest that this site is a particularly good place to start.
It is a straightforward way of getting in touch with kitchen designer companies in your area that will help you design the perfect kitchen. They will help you steer through the myriad decisions you will be called upon to make – from initial layout of the kitchen design through to the final fitting. They will be able to outline the pros and cons of various materials for cabinets, worktops and floors. Give you the information you need to weigh up the benefits of bespoke kitchen designs. You’ll find out about the choices to be made and what to take into consideration before you make them. We can point you to websites that will provide more details on particular aspects of the project in which you are especially interested. In short, we invite you to benefit from our expertise and make the whole experience as straightforward as possible.
Furthermore, get it right and you can look forward to enjoying the benefits of your designer kitchen for many years to come.
For more information on bespoke and fitted designer kitchens, then you can visit the Kitchen Buyers Guide which will provide you with further hints and tips on kitchen products.
For a Brochure on Designer Kitchens, click here!
Get information from companies that operate in your local area.
Choosing a Kitchen Designer Company
- Ask friends and family for recommendations
- Get at least three quotes - select ‘request brochure’ from up to 3 companies
- Check on complaints procedure
With so many suppliers and seemingly endless ‘special offers’ and ‘end of season sales’ the choice of where to buy can seem bewildering. It is worth taking the time to visit at least three kitchen designer companies – ask for suggested layouts and estimates and get a feel for how the kitchen company operates.
It’s always a good idea to ask friends and family for recommendations as this is one of the most reliable ways of finding a kitchen designer company. As well as checking out the big national chains don’t dismiss small local kitchen suppliers. But always check what guarantees and warranties are available.
If possible, try to visit former customers and ask them what their experiences of the kitchen company have been.
Make sure to quiz the supplier about who will be carrying out the installation and get the name and number of who to contact if there are problems or the work is not carried out satisfactorily.
Although installation is often sub-contracted out, your contract is with the kitchen designer company whose responsibility it is, therefore, to deal with any problems.
If you do experience any problems with the kitchen company keep copious notes about the things you are not happy with, names of people you speak to, plus dates of phone calls and correspondence. The company’s customer service department should be able to resolve any difficulties but should you not receive satisfaction, take your complaint to the customer service manager.
With reputations at stake in a highly competitive market, you can be confident of a satisfactory outcome.
One word of warning – avoid asking the installers to do additional work outside their remit as the kitchen designer company cannot be held responsible for extra jobs carried out by the fitters.
For a Brochure on Designer Kitchens, click here! Get information from companies that operate in your local area.