Our kitchens include sink, taps, worktops and full installation service - prices start from £7,000 average price inclusive of v.a.t. approx. £ 10 - 15,000 for small / medium size kitchen £ 16 - £20,000 for larger kitchens.
Installation usually takes between 2/3 weeks to complete including on site painting.
Delivery for individual units is approx. 6 - 8 weeks from date of order.
We are a small family business, providing a full design, manufacturing and fitting service within a 50 mile radius from our workshop in Herstmonceux, East Sussex.
(Individual items can be delivered or collected for your own installation if further afield)
Yes. We are able to take your design or sketch for a Kitchen or Kitchen Unit and turn it in to reality.
Kitchen Care Questions
It is important to re-oil your wooden worktop at regular intervals to maintain the durability of the oiled finish and keep the worktop looking at its best. When the worktop is newly oiled and the surface treatment is in good condition it will have a sheen to it. After a period of time the treated surface will wear and the sheen will diminish and the surface becomes dull and dry looking.
The best way to clean a hardwood worktop is to wipe it down with a cloth dipped in warm soapy water and well squeezed out.
The best way to clean a Granite worktop is to wipe it down with a cloth dipped in warm soapy water and well squeezed out.
Important Timber Worktop Care
Always mop up spills of water and other liquids straight away.
Do not allow liquids to stand for any period of time. The finishing oil is water resistant not waterproof. Attention should be made at the sink area, get into the habit of wiping down the work surface after use at the sink and leave the worktop in a dry state. Do not stand wet pots and pans on the worktop and leave for any length of time.
Always stand hot, dirty or rough pans on a trivet or pan stand or hot rods.
Lengthy prolonged contact with metals such as iron and steel can cause black staining on the kitchen wooden worktop, this is caused by the natural chemicals in the wood reacting with the metal, so avoid leaving iron trivets standing on the worktop.
Always use cutting boards to chop food. Do not cut directly on to your wooden worktop.