Most people who are contemplating buying a German kitchen would anticipate paying an above-average price to get an above-average kitchen. There are many German kitchen brands, though. How, for example, would Nolte Kitchens (one of the leading brands) compare in price and quality to the others?
How do Nolte Kitchens compare in price?
As far as price goes, Nolte kitchens are generally on a par with many of the the other leading German kitchen brands. Schuller, Hacker, Leicht and Pronorm, for example, tend to sell for a very similar range of prices.
You’re not going to get a German kitchen for a bargain basement price, of course. They’re quality products, and you’ll pay accordingly. For what they are, though, Nolte kitchens aren’t any more expensive than comparable brands.
However, it’s worth noting that there are a few German brands on the market that are just as good quality as Nolte, but cost up to 40% less. To put this into context. For a good sized Nolte kitchen comprising say 25 units, a 40% saving on the units should equate to a saving of about £4,000 – £5,000. However, the problem is, knowing where to find them. However, this is where we come in. We’ll point you in the direction of the nearest showrooms that offer them. Best of all, our service is FREE.
How do Nolte Kitchens compare in quality?
There’s a very simple thing to understand about German kitchens. Almost all the brands buy the same high quality components from the same European suppliers. This means that the chipboard they buy to make the carcasses & the doors and hinges are all likely to be all the same, irrespective of which brand you choose.
It’s unsurprising, then, that there’s very little difference in quality between Nolte kitchens and Schuller, Hacker, Leicht and Pronorm kitchens. In fact, whichever German kitchen brand you choose, you’ll be getting a high quality kitchen built to last at least fifteen years.
How do Nolte Kitchens compare in specification?
Many people confuse quality and specification, but they’re completely different. The leading German brands all have the same high quality that will last fifteen years or more. Differences in specification, on the other hand, lie in the design details — the bells and whistles.
Nolte kitchens are very similar in spec to many of the other German brands. For example, they feature the same 3mm harboard backs that most other German brands offer. However, it’s possible to get a German kitchen that costs similar to Nolte, but offers a higher specification kitchen for the money. So, for example, some German brands benefit from having 8mm thick solid backs rather than 3mm thick hardboard backs & are no more expensive than Nolte. However, to find these, you’ll need to know which showrooms to go to.
That’s where I come in. Many years supplying showrooms up and down the country leaves me with inside knowledge of all the different German brands. So, if you want a to get a German kitchen that’s similar in quality to Nolte, but costs up to 40% less, I’ll find it for you. Alternativley, if you’d like to find a German kitchen that costs similar to Nolte, but offers a lot more for the money, I can find you that too!
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We’ll recommend local showrooms whose German kitchens cost similar to places like Wickes, Wren, Howdens & Benchmarx. This also applies when the chain store units are in the sale.
For more info on Nolte kitchens. visit their website: https://www.nolte-kitchens.com/en/