Do you have your heart set on a German kitchen to replace your old one? You wouldn’t be the only one. German kitchens have a deservedly high reputation, but some higher than others. SieMatic Kitchens, for instance, are generally considered an ultra-high-end brand. So how do SieMatic Kitchens compare with other German kitchen brands?
How do SieMatic Kitchens compare with other ultra-high-end German brands?
You’d expect any ultra-high-end German kitchen brand to have a price-tag matching its reputation. SieMatic Kitchens tend to cost much the same as other ultra-high-end brands such as Poggenpohl & bulthaup.
A good-sized Siematic kitchen, consisting of around 25 units, including granite, quartz, Dekton or Corian worktops, Siemens, Miele or Gaggenau appliances & fitting will usually cost anywhere between £50,000 & £100,000. The exact price will depend on the door finish and appliance brand you choose.
So, in terms of price, SieMatic Kitchens are similar to other ultra-high-end German brands such as Poggenpohl & bulthaup. But what about quality?
In our opinion, they’re similar in quality, as well as price — all these brands are made to an excellent standard. If you decide to buy a SieMatic kitchen, you’ll have a first-class kitchen.
How do SieMatic Kitchens compare with mid-high-end German brands?
SieMatic Kitchens have price and quality to match, but these don’t always have to go together. There are some German kitchen brands that cost substantially less than SieMatic and, in our opinion, are just as good quality.
Suppose you want the same 25-unit kitchen, with granite, quartz, Dekton or Corian worktops, Siemens, Miele or Gaggenau appliances & fitting. With these brands, instead of paying £50,000 – £100,000, the cost should be between £25,000 – £50,000. Again, the exact price will depend on the door finish and appliance brand you choose.
So how would you go about sniffing out and tracking down these bargains? Not with bloodhounds, for sure — you need to know the right showrooms as well as the right brands. It’s not as simple as knowing which brands to go for because the showroom’s profit margin comes into it, too. And that can vary considerably.
The only way of finding these deals is to know the market inside-out.
Fortunately, I previously worked for a large kitchen distributor that supplied most kitchen showrooms around the country. Therefore, I know which German brands most of them sell & how much they sell them for. Plus, I also know how most of the brands compare to each other in terms of quality & specification.
So, if you’d like to know which showrooms in your area will offer you a German kitchen that’s comparable in quality to a Siematic kitchen, but cost substantially less, get in touch.
Our FREE service recommends the best value German kitchen showrooms. Some of which cost similar to the high street chains & trade only suppliers.
For more information on Siematic kitchens, visit their website: https://www.siematic.com/en/