If you’re looking for a great kitchen, you can’t do better than one of the German kitchen brands. They set the standard in quality, but there are so many different brands to choose from. For example, Beeck Kitchens is a well-known brand, but how does it compare with other German kitchen brands?
How do Beeck Kitchens compare in quality to other German Kitchen brands?
All German kitchen brands are extremely high in quality — it’s one of the things that define them. In our opinion, the brand you choose makes very little difference. Like brands such as Leicht, Hacker, Schuller, Nolte or Pronorm, Beeck Kitchens will last a minimum of 15-20 years.
There’s no such thing as a low-quality German kitchen, because they all use high-grade components. For instance, they use the highest quality painted & lacquered doors, which will never peel. The high street chains and trade-only suppliers however, use inferior wrapped type doors, which start to peel quickly.
In the same way, the German brands use high-density chipboard for their carcasses to ensure their units will keep their shape for many years to come. In contrast, The low-density chipboard used by the chains and trade -only suppliers will soon start to bow under the weight of the worktops.
How do Beeck Kitchens compare in price to other German Kitchen brands?
Needless to say, quality comes at a price, and in general German kitchens aren’t cheap. Beeck Kitchens tend to cost much the same as brands like Leicht, Hacker, Schuller, Nolte and Pronorm.
However, these level of prices doesn’t go quite across the board. Their are some brands that cost up to 35% less than Beeck &, in our opinion, are just as good quality. A 35% saving on a large, 25 unit kitchen, should save you around £4,000 on the units.
The problem is finding these bargains. This is because the price you’re quoted doesn’t only depend on the brand, but also on how much mark-up the showroom decides to add. There are countless independent kitchen showrooms, and picking out the right one can be a real shot in the dark.
Fortunately, we have precision night-vision sights to help our aim. That’s because we spent years supplying kitchen showrooms all over the country and know which brands they sell & what margins they work on.
In summary, if you decide to go for Beeck Kitchens, you’ll get a great kitchen that will last at least 15-20 years. However, we’ll find you one that costs up to 35% less &, in our opinion, is just as good quality.
Our FREE service recommends the best value German kitchen showrooms. Many of whom cost similar to the high street chains & trade only suppliers.
For more info on Beeck kitchens. visit their website: https://www.beeck-kuechen.de/