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A family-run business based in the West Midlands for 36 years, Kitchens4diy believes that every customer, whatever their budget, is entitled to the very best service. Launched by the founders of Aristocraft, high quality kitchen specialists, the company aims to make buying a kitchen as painless as possible and will work with clients throughout the design and purchase process.
A supply-only company, Kitchens4diy can deliver kitchens anywhere across the UK. The company also offers a design service free of charge. Customers can email their plans or architect’s drawings to the design team or visit the showroom for a detailed design consultation.
Kitchens4diy offers both contemporary and traditional-style kitchens, as these images of customers’ kitchens show
Spanning 930m², the showroom on Enterprise Trading Estate in Pedmore Road, Brierley Hill, has 30 kitchen and bedroom displays for potential customers to view at their leisure. The company also has a studio at 880 Old Lode Lane, Solihull, and at the National Self Build and Renovation Centre in Swindon. Kitchens4diy can supply more than 250 carcass colours plus 1,200 different combinations of door colour and style. This ensures that the door you choose can match the internals and customers are not restricted to white or oak as offered elsewhere.
All products are fully rigid carcasses with 18mm solid backs, all glued and dowel construction, soft close on all hinges (Blum) and Hettich drawer boxes — both have a lifetime guarantee. The carcass has two 100mm top rails for supporting the weight of granite and quartz, as well as individual drilling for left or right hand hinges. Units are supplied with doors, drawers and mechanisms pre-fitted, taking the task away from the fitters and eliminating the possibility of missing parts. Kitchens4diy also supplies a wide range of sinks, taps, worktops and appliances.
Kitchens from Kitchens4diy are made to order
Managing director Glyn Davies says: “We’re proud to be one of the largest online kitchen suppliers in the UK, and our approach to bringing better quality kitchens, prices and service to the market has been hugely successful.
“For our customers, being able to visit a 930m² showroom to see kitchens ‘in the flesh’ is a great feature and also helps to inspire confidence in the products we supply and the outstanding customer service we provide.
“The difference between choosing Kitchens4diy and buying a kitchen off the shelf from DIY chains is that we offer much more choice, better quality and competitive prices.
“As our kitchens are made to order, we don’t have to keep out of date styles on sale and hold back on introducing new ones while we sell off outdated stock. That’s why you can buy the latest styles from us long before they’re on sale elsewhere.
“Our separate head office and logistics warehouses means we’re able to manage large volumes of orders and ship kitchens nationally,” Glyn adds.