Tell us the door style you like
Are you looking for a modern style door such as a handleless door? or, are you looking for something more traditional like a shaker?
Tell us your approximate budget – ideally for just the units
There’s an important reason why we ask this. Some showrooms we recommend sell ranges that cost £3,000 to £8,000, some £7,000 to £15,000, some £12,000 to £25,000, some £20,000 – £35,000, etc. So, having an idea of your budget, helps us to ensure that we only recommend showrooms suitable for your requirements.
If you’re unsure of your budget for just the units, you can instead give us an idea of your budget for everything. When doing this, please tell us what this includes. For example, ‘My budget for everything is £18,000 – £20,000 which includes the units, quartz worktops, appliances and fitting’.
We’ll then recommend the best value showrooms for you’re requirements
So, if you’re looking for a budget kitchen, we’ll recommend showrooms whose kitchens cost similar to the chains & trade only suppliers, but are higher quality & will last much longer.
If you’re looking for a German kitchen. We’ll recommend the best value German kitchen suppliers.
If you’re looking for a bespoke shaker kitchen, we’ll recommend showrooms whose kitchens are comparable in quality to places like Tom Howley & Harvey Jones, but cost much less.
Showrooms offer FREE no-obligation quotes & are within half-an-hour’s drive
Most showrooms offer a choice between supply only or fully fitted. Many will also quote for any additional building work required such as electrics, plumbing, plastering, tiling, flooring or decorating.
On average, the showrooms charge just £1,500 for fitting. This is much less than the chains & similar to what builders charge.
Some showrooms offer pay monthly finance
How do we know who offers the best value kitchens?
For many years, I worked for a large kitchen distributor that supplied kitchen showrooms throughout the UK. Therefore, I have a good understanding of which showrooms sell what kitchen brands and how the price and quality of those brands compare to each other & to the chains & trade only suppliers.
Surely the chains will be cheaper if their units are in the sale?
No – because their sales are fake. The chains try to mislead consumers into thinking they’re getting a bargain by hiking up their prices so they can then offer large discounts. They then try & pressurise them into putting down a deposit by telling them their sale ends in a few days time.
Isn’t the cheapest way to buy a kitchen via a builder?
No – because their large discounts are also fake. Although builders will tell you they’ll save you a fortune because of the 80% discounts they get from trade only suppliers, this is the same trick the chains use – designed to mislead you into thinking you’re getting a bargain. Trade only suppliers hike up their prices so builders can then tell consumers they get 80% off.
In reality, the prices builders quote for kitchens are usually similar to the chains. In fact, sometimes they quote more than the chains, especially in affluent areas.
No fake sales or pressure to buy
The showrooms we recommend will quote their best price first. They won’t try & mislead you into thinking you’re getting a bargain by hiking up their prices so they can then offer large discounts.
They’ll also give you time to go away & consider their quote. They won’t try pressurising you into putting down a deposit by telling you the price will go up in a few days.
Is there’s a catch?
No – using us is just like using a mortgage broker. The only difference is, we’ll find you the best deal on a kitchen rather than a mortgage.
Our service is FREE to consumers. If you buy a kitchen from a showroom we recommend, the showroom pays us a commission. This cost has no effect on the price you pay as showrooms do not pass it on.
Any recommendations supplied are done so based entirely on each individuals requirements. We are in no way linked or affiliated with any of the retailers we recommend. We recommend customers satisfy themselves as to the financial standing of any retailer they choose to instruct, and the ability of that retailer to perform the services required. We are unable to accept liability for any incidents, for example negligence, in the extremely unlikely event that they may arise.