If you’re looking for a new kitchen, perhaps you haven’t have thought of trying a Dutch kitchen. While they might not be the first option that springs to mind, the Dutch do produce good quality kitchens. Keller Kitchens are a leading Dutch brand, but how do they compare in terms of price and quality to other kitchen brands?
How do Keller Kitchens compare to the high street chains and trade-only suppliers?
The first stops for many people who want a new kitchen are the big high street chains or the trade-only suppliers. How do Keller Kitchens compare in price and quality with a kitchen you’d get from one of these outlets?
In terms of quality, there’s no comparison. Keller kitchens are made from high-quality components and should last a minimum of 15-20 years. In contrast, kitchens from the high street chains and trade-only suppliers are constructed from much lower quality components. Therefore, it’s unlikely they’ll last much longer than about 6-7 years.
So, for instance, the chains construct their carcasses from low-density chipboard. The problem with low-density chipboard is it soon starts to bow under the weight of the worktops. By contrast, Keller Kitchens use high-density chipboard. Unlike low density chipboard, high-density chipboard will never bow under the weight of the worktops. Similarly, the chains and trade-only suppliers use low-quality wrapped doors. The problem with these is they peel. In contrast, Keller mainly use high-quality lacquered doors. Lacquered doors will never peel.
Of course, quality tends to cost more, and Keller Kitchens are no exception. The fact that they’ll last three or four times as long is reflected in a higher price.
How do Keller Kitchens compare to German and Italian kitchen brands?
German, Italian and Dutch kitchens all have a name for high quality, and this is reflected in the higher price. But how do they compare with one another in quality and price?
German and Italian kitchens vary considerably in price. So, some are cheaper than Keller, some are similar in price & some are more expensive.
It’s a similar story for quality. So, some German & Italian brands are not as good quality as Keller, some are similar in quality and others are higher quality.
How do you find the best value kitchen brands?
So, how do you find the brands that offer the best balance of price vs quality? easy, just speak to us and we’ll tell you.
We know how all the different brands compare in terms of price, quality and specification. Therefore, we know which are the best value brands to look at. We also know who the best value suppliers of those brands are too. Often, this can more important than knowing which the best value brands are.
So, if you want to find out which showrooms in your area sell the best value brands for the best possible prices, get in touch and we’ll tell you who they are. Best of all, our service is FREE!
Our FREE service recommends the best value Italian and 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 clients say below:
“The showroom you recommended came in about £7,000 cheaper for a comparable quality German kitchen”
Demi Pendakis, Bushey, Herts
“Kitchenfindr recommended a showroom who were much better value than most of the other showrooms I’d previously looked at”
Hannah Malone, Esher, Surrey
“If you’re looking for a good value kitchen supplier, these are the people to speak to first!”
Natalie D R, Stanmore, Middx
For more info on Keller kitchens. visit their website: https://www.kellerkeukens.nl/