Being a Strong Disliker of Buzzword Saturation in the Kitchen Industry, I have barred from this page the following waffle:- "Hub/Heart of your Home"-"Visuallistion"- "Chef Driven"- "Synergy"-"Heritage"-"Distilled" & my all time personal favourite- "Inspirational".
Ok, so you've finally got a design and price you're happy with after many weeks/months of trekking round the sheds and showrooms dealing with salespeople all claiming to get you the best deal whilst at the same time trying to get the most money out of you. You've had countless arguments with each other over the handle/worktop/oven choice and have been close to saying "sod it, let's have a holiday/new car instead"....
Now you need ' a fitter' (hate that term).
The supplier's install costs would require a governmental bail out loan to finance and at the other end of the spectrum, Aunty Sheila's next door neighbour's son in year 2 of his Carpentry & Joinery course at Monks Road Tech Coll doesn't inspire you with confidence after the verbal works schedule of "Smashing it in over a weekend". So what do you do ?. You don't want vertically relieving of your Calvin Klein's by a 'mark up maestro', whilst at the same time you would rather avoid having a herd of 'yeah boyerz' climbing all over your new collection of chipboard and fomica for that weekend leaving it looking like a pack of beavers have been in there. Then it hits you..... 'I know , I'll get a local company to install it' and off you head to google to find such companies. In you type "Kitchen Fitters Lincoln"-------- 4 million results .......(of which are several of the sheds/showrooms you've already been to !!)
"Ok we'll come back to that....let's ask people we know for recommendations- as we all know, word of mouth is the only true indicator of a quality kitchen project"
Hopefully if you're reading this you are so because of a recommendation, if so read on, if not, still read on.
We fit kitchens from all the main UK suppliers. We can handle the process from survey and ordering through to rip out and installation. Either 'supply and fit' or just 'fit' we can tailor the works to suit your requirements. Due to the very specific individual nature of each kitchen we price installation works following a site meeting and a review of the supplier's layout drawing to ensure the correct price for the install.
All attendant trades on hand to complete each project as required.
Anyway, enough cheesy sales talk, call me if you need a quote for your new kitchen.