Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve listed some of the questions we are often asked below for your convenience. Can’t find an answer to your question here? Get in touch.

We cover the Yorkshire area.

Unfortunately, with all installation there will be some dust in the air. More so, if building work is being undertaken.

No matter how well rooms are taped off, dust has a way of finding areas to settle around your property.

You should therefore ensure precious items and electrical items (such as a tv) are moved or well covered.

A kitchen fitter with inadequate knowledge can cost you more money rather than less. Jobs may take longer if the fitter does not know how best to approach the job which will result in more time being estimated.

An experienced kitchen fitter knows how to get tasks done quickly and efficiently and knows the best tools for the job. Using the wrong tools or parts could lead to expensive damage, so it is definitely worth investing time in finding the best fitter.

You can tell a lot about your potential kitchen fitter by their attitude on the telephone. Good fitters will listen attentively to the details you give them and make an effort understand your needs – they should not be rushing to get you off the phone! A fitter who takes the time to listen to you is likely to take real pride in their work.

We are experienced in undertaking jobs of all sizes, including the associated project management work to ensure products and people are in the right place at the right time.

Unless agreed otherwise, we typically take away the old kitchen or bathrooms and all the cardboard or packaging that the new products arrive in.

If skips are required, we’ll estimate the number required and include that as part of our quotation for your convenience.

In the working area, we typically do not remove footwear for safety reasons. If we need access to other areas of your property temporarily, footwear would typically removed however.

If there are walkways through your property that need regular access, these are typically covered to protect carpets or flooring, for example.

Yes, we typically clean up after installing you kitchen or bathroom. Debris is removed and we hoover up dust where we can.

Dust will travel around your home no matter how well you cover your furniture so you should expect to have to clean some other rooms.

Yes, we regularly remove walls, chimney breasts and other general building work as part of our daily work.

Open plan living is more popular and it is very common to remove walls as part of a kitchen installation.

We install kitchen appliances as part of our installations. This includes, Ovens, microwaves, boiling water taps, fridges, freezers, coffee machines, extraction units, wine coolers etc.

We have a vast knowledge of installing the latest technology from the biggest names including Siemens, Bosch and Neff.

We provide project management services to help coordinate a timely installation process. This includes liaising with any 3rd party contractors or building inspectors, where neccessary.

Before we commence any work, we provide full written quotations detailing what is included so it it clear to all parties what the deliverables are and the associated costs.

Where required, we provide all electrical services to ensure your kitchen has the appropriate levels of power to function correctly.

This includes lighting, appliance connectivity & underfloor heating. If you are in need of updating your electrical system to support additional appliances, we can also help you with this.

On average kitchen installations can take between 1 and 4 weeks. If building work is being undertaken, this can increase this time.

As part of your quotation, we will give you a timeline for your project so you have a better understanding of the time it will take to install your kitchen to your requirements.

Subject to your particular project, the tasks in a kitchen installation can include:

  • kitchen removal
  • Building work
  • Electrical work
  • Plumbing work
  • Cabinet installation
  • Lighting installation
  • Appliance installation
  • Extraction installation
  • Flooring installation
  • Kitchen tiling
  • Worktop installation
  • Windows / Patio door installation
  • Decoration and finishing

Before you installers arrive, here are some common tasks you should perform for the best possible outcome.

  • Remove everything from your kitchen and box up things you wont be using until your kitchen if finished. Labelling boxes saves time!
  • Remember to remove paintings, artwork, ornaments and mirrors from walls and shelves.
  • Think about your temporary cooking space and ensure you have access to everything you’ll need while your new kitchen is being installed.
  • Dust gets everywhere. The you better protect your other areas the less work you will have to do later.

Before you installers arrive, here are some common tasks you should perform for the best possible outcome.

  • Remove everything from your kitchen and box up things you wont be using until your kitchen if finished. Labelling boxes saves time!
  • Remember to remove paintings, artwork, ornaments and mirrors from walls and shelves.
  • Think about your temporary cooking space and ensure you have access to everything you’ll need while your new kitchen is being installed.
  • Dust gets everywhere. The you better protect your other areas the less work you will have to do later.

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Serving Leeds and the West Yorkshire area.

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