If you’re looking for quality in your new kitchen, it would make sense to try a French or German kitchen. German kitchens are a byword for quality, but in fact many French brands offer similar high quality. But which brand is best? For instance, how do Mobalpa Kitchens, a French brand, compare with other kitchens?
How do Mobalpa Kitchens compare in price with other brands?
Quality usually costs more, and this is certainly true of Mobalpa Kitchens. Compared with the kitchens you’ll find in the major high street chains, a Mobalpa kitchen will be substantially more expensive. The same is true in comparison with the kitchens your local builder can access from the trade-only suppliers.
On the other hand, Mobalpa Kitchens tend to cost about the same as most of the French and German brands. The price is very similar, for instance, to what you’d pay for Schmidt, Schuller, Hacker, Nolte or Leicht, among others.
However, not all French or German kitchens are as expensive. There are a few German brands that cost up to 40% less than Mobalpa &, in our opinion, are just as good quality. To put this into context, for a good sized Mobalpa kitchen comprising say 25 units, a 40% saving on the units should equate to a saving of about £5,000.
The problem, though, is to identify which brands these are, and who the best suppliers are to buy them from. This could potentially take years of research. However, this is where we can help. Our unique FREE service puts you in touch with these suppliers.
How do Mobalpa Kitchens compare in quality with other brands?
Both French and German kitchens are generally very high quality, and Mobalpa Kitchens are no exception. In our opinion, there is very little difference from the quality you’ll find from Mobalpa, Schmidt, Schuller, Hacker, Nolte or Leicht. All these are built to last a minimum of 15-20 years. By contrast, those from the chains and trade-only suppliers typically last about five years.
There are various reasons for this. For one thing, Mobalpa and the others use high-density chipboard that resists bowing, unlike the chains’ low-density chipboard. Similarly, the high-quality lacquered doors used won’t peel like the foil, vinyl or PVC-wrapped doors used by the chains & trade-only suppliers.
If you buy a Mobalpa kitchen, then, you’ll get an excellent kitchen that will still look great after 15-20 years. However, you’ll be paying extra for it and, as we’ve seen, this isn’t always necessary.
If you know the right showrooms to go to, It’s possible to get a German kitchen that costs substantially less than Mobalpa without compromising on quality. So If you’d like to find out which showrooms these are, just get in touch!
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 Mobalpa kitchens. visit their website: https://www.mobalpa.co.uk/en-us