The Italians are excellent at producing high-end kitchens. If this is what you’re looking for, then you’re likely to be considering one of the main Italian brands. They’re not all equal, though — some, such as Valcucine Kitchens, are considered ultra-high-end brands. So how do Valcucine Kitchens compare to other Italian kitchen brands?
How do Valcucine Kitchens compare in price with other Italian kitchen brands?
If you’re looking for bargain prices, ultra-high-end brands are not where you’ll find it. In common with brands like Boffi, Aster, Pedini and Poliform, Valcucine Kitchens tend to be very pricey.
Just how pricey are they, though? Suppose you wanted a good-sized kitchen of around 25 units, granite, quartz, Dekton or Corian worktops, and Siemens, Miele or Gaggenau appliances. when you include fitting, the price would be somewhere between £35,000 and £70,000.
The reason for the big range of prices is that the various components can vary widely in cost. This would, for example, depend on things like the door finishes and the brands and models of appliances you choose.
How do Valcucine Kitchens compare in quality with other Italian kitchen brands?
Although ultra-high-end Italian kitchen brands such as Valcucine Kitchens are expensive, you get genuine quality for your money. Like Boffi, Aster, Pedini and Poliform, they’re built to a standard that means they’ll last a minimum of fifteen to twenty years.
This isn’t the end of the story, though. There are some mid-high-end Italian kitchen brands that cost substantially less than a Valcucine kitchen &, in our opinion, are just as good quality. When you take the same 25-unit kitchen example as before, rather than costing between £35,000 & £70,000, these brands should cost more like £20,000-£45,000. Again, the exact price will depend on the door finish & appliance brand you choose.
How do Valcucine Kitchens compare with German kitchen brands?
Along with Italian brands, German kitchen brands are generally considered high end, so how do these compare to Valcucine Kitchens?
Once again, their are some mid-high-end German kitchen brands that cost substantially less than a Valcucine kitchen &, in our opinion, are just as good quality. Again, one of these should also cost between £20,000 and £45,000 for the same 25-unit kitchen example.
How can you find these brands?
This is easier said than done as there are literally hundreds of different Italian & German kitchen brands on the market. Also, even if you do manage to find them, finding the best value suppliers of these brands can be even harder. This is for two reason. Firstly because, different showrooms charge different amounts for them. Secondly because, some of the best value suppliers are almost impossible to find as they don’t have websites & aren’t online.
However, there’s a much quicker way to find out which brands these are & who the best value suppliers of them are. This is to contact us! We know the kitchen industry inside out. So, if you want to know which showrooms will offer you an Italian or German kitchen that costs substantially less than a Valcucine kitchen &, in our opinion, is just as good quality, get in touch.
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For more info on Valcucine kitchens. visit their website: http://www.valcucine.com/en/