Buying a Fully Fitted Kitchen
As the kitchen is generally considered to be the centre of a family home it's not surprising that fitting a new one or upgrading the old is very popular in the UK. From changing the doors to building a high specification bespoke room, the market can cater for all styles & tastes with a wide price range.
A well planned and fitted kitchen can add almost 5% to the value of a home, so it's important to do a good job. You can organise your kitchen design by sectors - such as: Foodstuff storage (fridges, cupboards etc.), preparation areas (worktops) & cooking areas (oven / hob) this may help you get a better idea of how you want it to look & function.
Features & Benefits
- Maximise use of existing space
- Increase the value of your property
- Full Planning, Design & Installation Services
- Upgrade existing by replacing Doors, Drawers or Worktops
- Guarantees & Warranties
There are many companies that offer fully fitted kitchens that include all the appliances needed, however, check the model of any appliance to make sure it is the one you want prior to fitting - be prepared for a different price if you change any of the appliances as they may form part of a special deal.
You should decide at the planning stage which products you want to have included such as:
- Oven Hob with or without Hood (extractor /filter)
- Cooker Island / Gas / Electric / Induction / Ceramic
- Refrigerator / Fridge freezer
- Washing machine & Dishwasher
Some other points to consider maybe placement of electronic items (microwave, kettle, coffee pot etc.,) as you will need to have sufficient electrical sockets within easy reach - also consider how convenient the work-space is. For example whilst working in the kitchen can you reach the fridge, cooker & sink with ease?
One tip if you are in the market for a new kitchen is to wait for a Sale or Special Offer as many bargains can be had - also why not look into an "ex-display" model if you are on a tight budget but still want something special.