If you’re looking for a new kitchen, you’re likely to want to get the best balance of price vs quality. The trouble is, there are so many brands available that comparison can be difficult. So, how do Symphony Kitchens compare in price & quality to other brands?
How do Symphony Kitchens compare to the high street chains and trade-only suppliers?
The most obvious comparison to make is with the high street chains and trade-only suppliers. These generally sell on the strength of being cheap. Symphony Kitchens are usually similar in price to these places.
Quality wise, In our opinion, Symphony Kitchens are slightly better than what you’ll find in these places. However, this isn’t saying much as the kitchens the high street chains & trade-only suppliers sell are about the lowest quality you’ll find. If you were to equate it cars, comparing the quality of a kitchen from the chains or trade-only suppliers with a Symphony kitchen, would be like comparing the quality of a Fiat or Peugeot with a Vauxhall. Now, a Vauxhall might be slightly better quality than a Fiat or Peugeot, however, it’s still a long way behind the quality of an Audi, Mercedes, or BMW.
“Comparing the quality of a kitchen from the chains or trade only suppliers with a Symphony kitchen, is like comparing the quality of a Fiat or Peugeot with a Vauxhall”
How do Symphony Kitchens compare to the kitchens sold by independent kitchen showrooms?
The kitchens sold by Independent kitchen showrooms vary in terms of price and quality. The key thing is, some brands costs similar to Symphony, but, in our opinion, are much higher quality. Going back to the car analogy, these are comparable in quality to an Audi, Mercedes or BMW.
“Some brands cost similar to Symphony, but, in our opinion, are much higher quality. These are comparable in quality to an Audi, Mercedes or BMW”
So, for example, Symphony kitchens come with 8mm thick backs. In contrast, these brands benefit from having 18mm thick solid backs for enhanced strength & durability. 18mm thick solid backs will support the weight of the heaviest worktops & will never bow like thinner backs can.
Another example is the cabinet edging. Symphony kitchens come with a thin melamine edging that offers little or no protection for the units. In contrast, these brands feature a thick, durable, PVC or ABS edging. A thick PVC or ABS edging protects the delicate front edges of the units from chips & damage. It also prevents any water ingress.
How do you find these brands?
That’s the difficult part as there’s lots of brands sold by Independents. Therefore, identifying the best value ones could be like finding a needle in a haystack. However, there’s an easier of finding them and that is to contact us. We know the kitchen market inside out. Therefore, we know which showrooms in your area sell these brands and are happy to share this with you.
So, if you’re interested in finding out which local showrooms will offer you a kitchen that costs similar to a Symphony kitchen, but is much higher quality & will last longer, contact us and we’ll tell you who they are.
Best of all, our service is FREE. So what have you got to lose?
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But don’t just take our word for it, check out what our customers say below:
“The kitchen your guys came up with is far more competitive than anything I have had quoted so far and the quality is in a different league”
Samantha Michaels, Watford, Herts
“Kitchenfindr recommended a showroom who were much better value than most of the other showrooms I’d previously looked at”
Hannah Malone, Esher, Surrey
“If you’re looking for a good value kitchen supplier, these are the people to speak to first!”
Natalie D R, Stanmore, Middx
“What a fantastic service! You have been of immeasurable help in sorting the wheat from the chaff!”
David Griffiths, Poole, Dorset
For more info on Symphony, visit their website – https://www.symphony-group.co.uk/products/fitted-kitchens/