Are you planning on buying a new kitchen? It can be a bit of a balancing act. You want something that will look great and last well, but you’re probably also on a budget. So does that put high-quality German kitchens out of your reach?
How, for example, does German brand Rempp Kitchens compare with other kitchen brands for quality and price?
How do Rempp Kitchens compare with the high street chains and trade-only suppliers?
Most people looking for a new kitchen are likely to start by investigating the major high street chains. After all, they’re the most visible and easy to access — and their advertisements are always telling us they’re the cheapest & the best. Alternatively, you might go straight to a local builder, who can access the trade-only suppliers. You’ll probably be told about the large trade discounts available.
It’s true that these options are cheaper than Rempp Kitchens, which cost around 35% more. However, the downside is that they won’t last nearly as long. A kitchen from the chains or trade only suppliers will probably need replacing after about five years. A Rempp kitchen, on the other hand, will still be looking great after 15-20 years, or even longer.
The reason is that Rempp Kitchens use far higher-quality materials. For instance, their carcasses are made of denser chipboard that won’t bow under the weight of the worktops. Also, their doors are lacquered or painted and won’t peel, as the low-quality wrapped doors from the chains will.
How do Rempp Kitchens compare with other German kitchen brands?
Rempp Kitchens are certainly high quality, but in our opinion no higher than brands like Nolte, Hacker, Leicht or Schuller. All German kitchen brands use high-quality materials that will last at least 15-20 years, just like Rempp Kitchens.
Of course, high quality usually means high cost. Most German kitchen brands, like Rempp Kitchens, are more expensive than the chains — but not all. There are some German brands which cost up to 40% less than Rempp &, in our opinion, are just as good quality. In other words, a high-quality German brand for little more than you’d pay for a lower-quality kitchen from the chains. To put this into context, for a good sized Rempp kitchen comprising say 25 units, a 40% saving on the units should equate to a saving of about £5,000. The problem, of course, is how to find these brands as only a few independent kitchen showrooms sell them.
Is that too good to be true? No — but there is a problem. It’s hard to track down those brands and even harder to find the best-value suppliers of them. The independent kitchen showrooms that supply them each set their own price, and only a few will offer this bargain.
And that’s where we come in. We’ll recommend a showroom who’ll supply you with a German kitchens that costs up to 40% less than a Rempp kitchen &, in our opinion, is just as good quality.
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For more info on Rempp kitchens. visit their website: https://www.rempp-kuechen.com/