If you’re looking for a new kitchen, you might be thinking of a German kitchen. German kitchen brands have a high reputation and can all be considered high end — but are they all equal? Some, such as Poggenpohl Kitchens, are considered ultra high end. So how do Poggenpohl Kitchens compare with other German brands in terms of price and quality?
How do Poggenpohl Kitchens compare with other ultra-high-end German kitchen brands?
If you’re going for an ultra-high-end German kitchen brand, such as Poggenpohl Kitchens, it’s not going to come cheap. A Poggenpohl kitchen will cost much the same as a kitchen from one of the other ultra-high-end German brands.
So, how much does a Poggenpohl kitchen cost? Well, suppose, for instance, you’re looking for a good sized kitchen comprising 25 units. You’ll probably also want granite, quartz, Dekton or Corian worktops to go with them as well as Siemens, Miele or Gaggenau appliances. When you also include the cost of fitting, all this is likely to cost between £40,000 & £70,000. The reason for such a wide range in prices is because the cost will vary depending on which door finish and appliance brand/s you choose.
So, Poggenpohl Kitchens cost much the same as the other ultra-end German kitchen brands. However, how do they compare in terms of quality? – Well, in our opinion, there isn’t much to choose between any of these brands. They’re all made to an extremely high standard. So, If you have the budget for a Poggenpohl kitchen, you’ll certainly have a superb kitchen to show for it.
How do Poggenpohl Kitchens compare with mid-high-end German kitchen brands?
Price is often an indication of quality — but not always. There are some German kitchen brands which cost substantially less than Poggenpohl and, in our opinion, are just as good quality.
So, how much less do they cost? Well, suppose you want the same 25-unit kitchen with the same granite, quartz, Dekton or Corian worktops & the same Siemens, Miele or Gaggenau appliances. Again, when you include the cost of fitting, rather than costing £40,000-£70,000, these brands should cost £20,000-£50,000.
“Rather than costing £40,000 – £70,000, these brands should cost £20,000 – £50,000”
How do you find these brands?
Unfortunately, this is easier said than done as there are lots of German brands available. However, there is a quick way of identifying them and that is to contact us. We know the kitchen industry inside out. So, not only do we know which brands these are, but also who the best value suppliers of them are in your area. Plus, we’re happy to share this information with you.
So, if you want to know which local showrooms will offer you a German kitchen that costs substantially less than a Poggenpohl kitchen, without compromising on quality, get in touch & we’ll tell you who they are.
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For more information on Poggenpohl kitchens, visit their website: https://www.poggenpohl.com/