We know that having a kitchen fitted can be a little disruptive, which is why we work as one team to make your kitchen transformation as seamless and stress-free as possible. From working with the architect on a new build/extension to making sure your paintwork is tip top. We’ll take care of it all, with quality craftsmanship.
Our office team include Dave Charlton, Jason, Cass and Chris and we’re all here to help you. Our build team of plasterers, tilers, electricians, plumbers and decorators are headed up by master kitchen fitters and craftsmen.
We’re members of KBSA, which means we’re accredited for our high standards of work and we’re trusted to do a great job. We also ensure you are covered under our KBSA insurance to guarantee our work. That’s reassuring.
David started the business in 2000 with father in law John (hence the JD!) after a career in corporate sales. Now with 15 years kitchen experience, it is David that will guide you through the process of buying a kitchen, from the initial visit to measure the available space, taking a detailed brief before helping you with the many decisions needed to create your dream kitchen.
Cass studied at Leeds University and has a BA in Interior Design, which she has put to good use designing stunning kitchens and home interiors for clients all over the country. She joined JD Kitchens in September 2014 and is responsible for turning the clients dreams into reality and bringing them to life with the latest 3D computer technology
Chris joined JD Kitchens in 2005 and has since gained an in depth knowledge of what is required for a smooth kitchen installation. Its Chris’s job purchase all of the components and schedule the various trades required to complete the job and to make sure they all turn up on time. She will be the first point of contact during the installation and will do her best to make sure you are stress free whilst we are fitting your dream kitchen.
Jason’s been designing kitchens for many years. He loves finding innovative solutions, particularly for more challenging spaces.