If you’re looking for a new kitchen, you’ll want quality, and some of the highest quality comes from German kitchens. The trouble is that quality can be expensive, so you’ll need to find a brand that balances price and quality. So, how do Pronorm Kitchens, a leading German brand, compare with other brands?
How do Pronorm Kitchens compare in price?
On the whole, when you buy a German kitchen you pay for the quality, and Pronorm Kitchens are no exception. If you compare it with other leading brands — e.g. Schuller, Nolte, Bauformat and Leicht — the price is similar. In fact, the same can be said for many German kitchen brands.
However, this isn’t universal. There are a few German kitchen brands that offer similar quality to Pronorm Kitchens but cost up to 40% less. Of course, the problem is knowing which brands these are and who are the best value showrooms to buy them from.
And that’s where we come in. From many years supplying independent showrooms all over the country, I know which brands they sell and at what prices. So, I can point you to a showroom where you can find one of these high-quality, lower-cost German kitchens.
How do Pronorm Kitchens compare in quality?
German kitchens are a byword for quality, and that certainly includes Pronorm Kitchens. Compared with brands such as Schuller, Nolte, Bauformat and Leicht, it comes out about equal. There’s actually very little difference in quality between Pronorm Kitchens and other German brands.
There’s a good reason for this. Most German kitchen brands source their materials from the same German, Austrian and Italian suppliers. This means that the same high-quality doors, hinges and mechanisms go into their kitchens, regardless of brand.
The difference between German brands is largely in the ‘bells & whistles’. However, they all offer the same high quality, which is guaranteed to last a minimum of fifteen years.
Do Pronorm Kitchens offer the best balance of price and quality?
There’s no doubt that, if you go for a Pronorm kitchen, you’ll get a very high-quality kitchen. If you have a substantial enough budget that you don’t need to think about the price, well and good.
However, it is possible to get a German kitchen that’s of a similar quality, but for up to 40% less. To put this into context, for a good sized Pronorm kitchen comprising say 25 units, a 40% saving on the units should equate to a saving of about £4,000 – £5,000. If you’d like us to recommend a local showroom who offer one of these brands, just get in touch.
Our FREE service recommends local showrooms whose German kitchens cost similar to the chains & trade-only suppliers, but are higher quality & will last much longer.
For more info on Pronorm kitchens. visit their website: https://www.pronorm.de/?id=116