Our doors are temporarily closed until 2 December 2020, but we are working hard behind the scenes and promise will reopen with gusto and festive cheer!
If you are looking for a striking kitchen to be installed late winter/early Spring 2021 this is the best time to plan it. Just ask for our brochures from Next125, Schuller and Callerton and we’ll post them to you so you can gather ideas and concepts.
Please contact us to make a personal appointment for December and we’ll open the showroom just for you.
When we reopen we will once again ensure social distancing, hand sanitiser, appropriate PPE and a showroom cleaning schedule between customers. Our installations are continuing during lockdown with safety measures in place.
If you are able to take initial measurements we can begin design work before we visit you. You can find details of how to do this below.
We’ll be keeping in touch via Zoom to show you the designs as we progress and can send samples and brochures to you, as well as inviting you into the showroom on a 1 family at a time appointment only basis.
Do please get in touch and we’ll do everything we can to help you get your dream kitchen installed as soon as we are able to safely do so.
Stay safe, Dave and the team.
Draw an outline of your kitchen as seen from above. Don’t worry, we’re not expecting a work of art, just a rough outline will do. Be sure this contains any structural features and protrusions. Your plan does not need to be done on a fancy drawing package. You can draw it on a bit of paper and take a photo of it and send this to us.
2) Structural details
Add any openings your kitchen has to your drawing, this means doors, windows and archways. Also, make a note of any boilers, soil pipes or electrical meters, in case they don’t sit perfectly with where your kitchen furniture will be.
3) Time to measure
Before your get the tape measure out, the first thing to do is to label all of the critical areas in your plan. This way, the space you’re sizing up is defined. Then it’s time to start. Use a tape measure and go along of the areas one by one, jotting them down onto your outline as you go.