Kitchen fitting in the UK
Kitchen installation, bathroom fitting, kitchen flooring, kitchen tiling, home improvement and home refurbishment by first4property with building services throughout the UK.
Kitchen installation services, bathroom fitting and home improvment throughout the UK at affordable prices
We can fit a wide variety of kitchens from all the leading DIY stores or we can supply either Magnet or Howdens kitchen and design services and products through our trade accounts.
Our aim is to offer the broadest range of kitchen fitting services so that we can meet your individual requirements.
Perhaps you've ordered a kitchen and simply require installation, you may require collection of your kitchen, you may require kitchen design services or the opportunity to make use of the exclusive offers through our trade accounts with Magnet Trade or Howdens.
Howdens Kitchens and Magnet Kitchens offer a product which is of a higher standard than the kitchen products produced by the main diy stores. The kitchen unit carcases are made from thicker materials and are generally finished to a much higher standard. The kitchen units are pre-assembled to maintain a high quality.
Contact us and we can arrange a deisgner to visit you at home or we can arrange an appointment at one of their kitchen design showrooms.
With specialist joinery services with independent fitters installing kitchens throughout England, Scotland and Wales including London, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Manchester, Birmingham, Nottingham, Newcastle, Liverpool, Glasgow, Stirling, Aberdeen, Southampton, Brighton and Dunfermline.
Are you considering a DIY kitchen installation to save you money?
Installing your own kitchen can be a satisfying process but does require a fair degree of skill and some specialist tools to complete to a good standard.
The assembly of kitchen units is a fairly straightforward process for those familiar with the assembly of any flat pack furniture and can save you money if your fitter does not have to spend time assembling them for you.
Cutting worktop does require a few tools that may not be in many diy toolboxes. You would need a skil saw, jigsaw, a heavy duty router and worktop jig. These tools will cost upwards of £300 and you would have to weigh up whether you have the skills to use them and the likelihood of using these tools in the future.