If you’re planning to buy a new kitchen? It’s a major investment, and you’ll probably want to keep the price down as far as possible without compromising on quality?
How practical is that, though? Are the high-quality brands beyond your price range? Sheraton Kitchens, for instance, are a brand sold only by independent showrooms. How do they compare with the other options?
How do Sheraton Kitchens compare in quality?
If you’re looking for a kitchen that won’t break the bank, you might try the major high street chains. Alternatively, you could access one of the trade-only suppliers by going through a builder. However, these won’t compare to Sheraton Kitchens, either in quality or durability.
The quality of the chipboard used for the units is one problem. Sheraton Kitchens use high density chipboard that won’t bow under the weight of the worktops. The chains and trade suppliers, on the other hand, use low density chipboard that will soon start to bow. This usually starts with the backs. Therefore, it won’t be long before the backs come away altogether, exposing the wall behind.
Another key difference is the high-quality painted & lacquered doors Sheraton use. This contrasts with the low-quality wrapped-type doors typically supplied by the chains & trade only suppliers. The problem with wrapped doors is they peel. In contrast, painted & lacquered doors will never peel & should look as good in 15 years as the day they were fitted.
How do Sheraton Kitchens compare in price?
Like many of the higher-quality brands sold by independent showrooms, Sheraton Kitchens are usually more expensive than the chains. The superior materials and the significantly longer life are reflected by a price tag that’s about 30% higher than the chains & trade only suppliers.
This is a fairly typical difference, but it isn’t always the case. There are brands sold by some independent kitchen showrooms that are just as good quality as Sheraton Kitchens, but cost up to 30% less. To put this into context, for a good sized Sheraton kitchen comprising say 25 units, a 30% saving on the units should equate to a saving of about £4,000.
So, although you’ll get an excellent, long-lasting kitchen from Sheraton, in our opinion, it isn’t the best deal you can find. As mentioned previously, some Independent showrooms offer ranges that are just as good quality as Sheraton, but substantially cheaper. However, you need to know where to look.
That’s the problem, of course. How do you find the few brands, sold at only a few showrooms, offering this combination of high quality and low price?
That’s where we come in. Having spent years supplying kitchen showrooms all over the country, I know which showrooms, sell what kitchen ranges & how much they sell them for.
So, get in touch & I’ll point you in the direction of a showroom who’ll offer you a kitchen that’s comparable in quality to a Sheraton kitchen, but costs a lot less.
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We’ll recommends local showrooms whose kitchens are comparable in quality to Sheraton, but cost up to 30% less.
To find out more about Sheraton kitchens, visit the Sheraton Kitchens website: https://www.omegaplc.co.uk/sheraton?brand_session