Archive: November 2011

Pocket Friendly Alternatives For Those Left Out In Cold By Collapse of Moben

November 30th 2011 by .

Replacement kitchen door specialists, Kitchen Door Workshop have a pocket friendly solution for those left out in the cold following the collapse of fitted kitchen supplier, Moben. The recent bankruptcy has left thousands of homeowners with half finished kitchens in the run up to the Christmas period however, Kitchen Door Workshop can make replacement kitchen doors and drawer fronts to measure.

Robert Clark from Kitchen Door Workshop said, “Made to measure replacement kitchen doors are the perfect solution for those who have found their dreams of a shiny new kitchen jeopardised by the Moben collapse. Prices per door start from just a few pounds and, as they’re made to measure there’s no exhausting searches for a door that fits both size wise and style wise with the original concept for the room.”

Although the company cited a fall in consumer demand when it appointed administrators in June, properties around the country were awaiting the delivery or completion of their fitted kitchens when the showrooms closed, having already paid a deposit. For those now wary of committing to purchasing another fitted kitchen before Christmas and still counting the cost of their Moben kitchen fiasco, replacement kitchen doors are an ideal solution. With doors costing from as little as £5.50 and a choice of more than 800 coloured doors and a number of finishes to choose from, it’s also easy to recreate something similar to the original order.

Kitchen Door Workshop make all replacement kitchen doors and draw fronts to order so even odd sized or shaped doors can be given a wonderful new look ahead of the busy festive season. For those with a penchant for colour, the Zurfiz range of coloured replacement kitchen doors is available in a cornucopia of shades which can be mixed and matched to create a totally bespoke finish.

Alongside the glossy, coloured finishes, Kitchen Door Workshop also stocks a range of traditional woodgrain replacement kitchen doors, available in 23 different styles. Hinges and fittings can also be purchased for all doors, while express delivery ensures the new doors will be arrive in plenty of time for the festive period.

To find out more and to order online, visit https://www.kitchendoorworkshop.co.uk or call 0845 643 1928.

The doors look fantastic! excellent quality.

November 30th 2011 by .
What do you think about your new kitchen doors? The doors look fantastic! excellent quality.
How did you get on fitting your new doors? i watched the online video first, and found it very helpful. once i’d got the first door on, the rest were relatively simple to fit.
What does the finished job look like? superb! looks like a pro fitted my kitchen, and a pro i am not!
What could we do to improve our kitchen doors or our service? nothing, from my personal experience.
Would you recommend us to others Yes
Any other comments? very impressed with the service, from the web page, selection, ordering, fitting guides, right through to the delivery, and ultimately the quality of the end product. thank you!!
Name dan whiteley

Really pleased!

November 29th 2011 by .
Westbury Kitchen Doors

Westbury Kitchen Doors

What do you think about your new kitchen doors? Really pleased
How did you get on fitting your new doors? I did by myself,very proud.
What does the finished job look like? I add more unit in the kitchen,order match doors from you,it looks as we have had a completely new kitchen,very nice.
What could we do to improve our kitchen doors or our service?
Would you recommend us to others Yes
Any other comments?
Name MRS YIK
Westbury Kitchen Dors (Open Frame Option)

Westbury Kitchen Dors (Open Frame Option)

Westbury Kitchen Doors  - made any size

Westbury Kitchen Doors - made any size

 

Re-design or Extend Your Kitchen With New Kitchen Carcasses

November 29th 2011 by .

We have all had the problem of running out of space in our kitchen cupboards. Sometimes, there just isn’t enough room for all of the items we want to store and having just one or two extra kitchen cupboards would be an ideal solution.

Most of us would assume that any extension to the number of kitchen units would result in mismatched cupboard doors which would spoil the look of the kitchen. It would be reasonable to guess that you would have to wait until you could afford to do a complete kitchen makeover and refit before you could add in some extra storage space.

Well, think again. With replacement kitchen doors you can change the look of your kitchen and add in as many extra units as you want. You simply need to buy the carcasses for the space you have and get the replacement doors for the entire kitchen in one. So you are left with a brand new and bigger kitchen.

Why get additional carcasses?

  • You may want to redesign your kitchen and move cabinets around. This might leave you with empty or awkward spaces which need filling.
  • You may decide to install extra cabinets to house appliances, to give extra storage or simply because it looks better.
  • You may have moved some larger appliances to another room or into the garage. This will leave gaps which can be filled with extra cabinets.
  • You may have always dreamed of having an island in your kitchen. Additional cabinets can be used for this purpose too.

Getting the right kitchen cabinets

Of course it is important that your new unit matches with the rest. You should take note of the exact sizes and in particular the height. You want the tops of your units to match. The inside colour of your carcass can also be bought to match your existing units, so no one would ever know it wasn’t an original part of the kitchen.

You are able to choose from base cabinets, wall units and tall larder type units. You can even get carcasses which are suitable for integrated appliances. These are perfect if you want to disguise all of your white goods for a seamless look.

Installing new carcasses

Most kitchen carcasses will come flat packed. While this may strike fear into your heart – it is in fact, very easy to put together a flat-packed kitchen cabinet. Each part will usually have pre-drilled holes and instructions to explain exactly how each piece fits onto the next.

Your base carcasses will also come with adjustable feet so that you can ensure they are even with the rest of your kitchen. It is simply a case of placing the carcass on the floor adjusting the feet until it is at the right height and then screwing to the wall to keep it secure.

Wall units will also be screwed to the wall, usually in each corner. You need to make sure your walls are able to handle the load and that wall plugs are used if you are attaching them to plasterboard. Use a level to check they are dead straight.

Finally you can place the shelving into the carcass and attach your replacement doors. Most people with basic DIY skills can put in new kitchen cabinets, but if you have any concerns, a good tradesman should complete the work in less than a day.

Updating and extending your kitchen doesn’t have to cost a fortune and you can design it yourself with the help of some additional cabinets and some brand new doors.

I am delighted with the quality and service from Kitchen Door Workshop

November 22nd 2011 by .

I ordered two doors as I needed to make minor modifications in my kitchen and I am delighted with the quality and service from Kitchen Door Workshop.

You kept me informed throughout the process and I am very happy to say that the doors are an excellent match.

It’s not that easy to find anywhere else.

I will certainly recommend you to family & friends.

Many thanks,  Pam
 

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