If you’re looking for a high-end kitchen, the chances are you’re going to investigate the German kitchen brands. Not all German brands have the same reputation, though. While they’re all considered high-end, some are regarded as ultra-high-end brands — including BAX Kitchens. So how do BAX Kitchens measure up against other German kitchen brands?
How do BAX Kitchens compare with other ultra-high-end German kitchen brands?
Generally speaking, ultra-high-end German kitchens come with a very high price tag, and BAX Kitchens are no exception. Their prices are similar to other ultra-high-end German kitchen brands.
So, how much does a Bax kitchen cost. Well, for a typical large 25 unit kitchen, including granite, quartz, Dekton or Corian worktops, Siemens, Miele or Gaggenau appliances and fitting, expect to pay between £40,000 to £70,000. The exact cost will depend on your choice of door finish and appliance brand.
So that’s the comparison in terms of price, but how do BAX Kitchens compare in quality? All these brands maintain very high standards, and in our opinion BAX offers a very similar quality to the others. There’s no doubt that you’ll get a great kitchen if you buy BAX — but is it the best deal?
How do BAX Kitchens compare with mid-high-end German kitchen brands?
The question is, do you really have to pay these prices for a very high quality German kitchen? Fortunately, the answer is no. You see, if you know where to look, It’s possible to find a German kitchen that costs substantially less than a BAX kitchen &, in our opinion, is just as good quality.
So, what’s the difference in price? well, for the same large 25-unit kitchen, including granite, quartz, Dekton or Corian worktops, Siemens, Miele or Gaggenau appliances and fitting, rather than costing £40,000 to £70,000, these brands should cost £20,000-£50,000. As like before, the exact price will depend on what door finish and appliance brand you select.
“Rather than costing £40,000 – £70,000, these brands should cost £20,000 – £50,000”
How do you find these brands
Unfortunately, this can be like finding a needle in a haystack as there are so many German kitchen brands on the market. Also, even if you do manage to find them, finding the best value suppliers of these brands can be even harder. This is because many of the best value suppliers don’t optimise their websites for Google search. Therefore, when you Google the brand name, they don’t show up.
However, there is a quicker way of finding out who the best value suppliers of these brands are in your area & that is to contact us. We know the kitchen market inside out. So, we know who the best value suppliers of these brands are in your area & are happy to share this with you.
So, if you want to know which showrooms will offer you a German kitchen that costs substantially less than a BAX kitchen, without compromising on quality, get in touch and we’ll tell you who they are.
Best of all, our service is FREE. So what have you got to lose?
Our FREE service recommends the best value German kitchen suppliers in your area.
All showrooms offer FREE no-obligation quotes & are within half-an-hour’s drive.
But don’t just take our word for it, check out what our customers say below:
“No-one should buy a kitchen without speaking to Kitchenfindr first. The worrying bit is that if you don’t get his advice, you could easily end up spending £15k upwards more”
Bal Pabla, Romford, Essex
“Kitchenfindr recommended a showroom who were much better value than most of the other showrooms I’d previously looked at”
Hannah Malone, Esher, Surrey
“We are delighted with our new German kitchen at a price that was considerably less than similar quotes”
Simon Howton, Amersham, Bucks
“If you’re looking for a good value German kitchen supplier, these are the people to speak to first!”
Natalie D R, Stanmore, Middx
For more information on BAX Kitchens, visit their website: https://www.bax-kuechen.de/en/