Step 1

Step 1

Contact us via phone or send an enquiry on our website. You can also just pop into our showroom! Bring your plans and measurements when you come.
Step 2

Step 2

Our designers will develop a 3D model to suit your specifications. You can choose your materials and hardware accessories, then get a free quote! Once you confirm the details, you can place an order with a 50% deposit.
Step 3

Step 3

We will come for a site measure to ensure the perfect fit for your kitchen, and make any necessary adjustments. Final decisions concerning surface finishes, colours, hardware and bench top must now be made.
Step 4

Step 4

The kitchen now goes into production, which will take 5 - 10 working days. To prepare for installation, your old kitchen must be removed. Carpentry, plumbing and electrical work should be done now. We can recommend tradespeople to assist you with these tasks.
Step 5

Step 5

It usually takes 1 day to install the cabinetry. You will need to pay the next 45% of your kitchen, before installing the bench top, which will take another 5 working days to make. After the installation of the bench top you'll need to pay the remaining 5%. Your electrician and plumber will then be able to return and complete other necessary tasks.
Step 6

Step 6

You kitchen is complete! Your kitchen has a 5 year guarantee on cabinetry, and lifetime warranty on metal hardware.


Measuring your kitchen


Measuring your kitchen is very simple. We just need a rough idea of where everything is in your kitchen.

We need to know the location of a few things from your kitchen:

  • Existing plumbing and electrical supply, as keeping these around the same location in the new design will help cut costs.
  • Doors, doorways and windows, his will aid in the design of your kitchen.
  • Other things that are associated with your kitchen, such as hot water supply and built-in pantries.

However, we do not need to know the location of existing cabinetry, we want to create a new space for you! The plan of the room does not need to be very accurate as it is only used as a rough guide to help draw up a concept plan. It will be helpful if this is roughly drawn on graph paper, though it is not necessary, just a rough plan sketch is completely fine.

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