Get the perfect fitting kitchen
Why not take advantage of the amendments you can make to your kitchen order free of charge, removing the need for costly and time consuming adjustments.* Listed below is a list of the free changes you can make to help you achieve a more professional fit:
No void on base units - Ideal when fitting island units back to back or offering your customers larger internal space where no service void is required.
End gables to floor - This gives a better finish to the end gable removing the need for return/plinths and plinth lines (MFC gables only).
No backs to units - This is very useful for boiler units avoiding the need for deconstruction of units on site to remove backs.
½ height backs - Good for pan drawers or base units below hobs allowing easy access to electrical or gas supplies without the need for costly site adjustments.
When ordering on the web-site, if changing the depth of a unit use the drop arrow. For any other amendments use the ‘Additional Information’ text box.
*Free amendments are only applicable up to a quantity 50% of kitchen units on an order. Please contact us to discuss options if your amendments will be for more than 50% of the quantity of units.
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“As promised here are a couple of photographs of the kitchen now the place is complete. The Utility and lobby are also looking great but this is the centre piece! We have been really pleased with the quality of your cabinets and the service you gave us even during COVID. We have just started 2 new builds so I will be in touch in a few months time.” Mr M Wills from Banbury - October 2020