Customer Questions

What are the shaker kitchen door differences?

  The shaker kitchen doors we supply do have some subtle differences in their appearance and types of materials used. So, I’ll try and be as descriptive as possible. To start off with, it’s important to have a bit of knowledge before we dive in. So, here goes. You will see the term “v grooves”

What are Dekton worktops?

  Dekton worktops are comprised of man-made materials, composed of materials used in the manufacture of porcelain, glass and quartz. All of these materials have previously been used to create worktops and surfaces, but the combination of all three, produces a new material that is extremely durable and resistant to staining and damage. The composite Dekton

Do you have any tips for placing a hob in a corner?

  A question that we were recently asked  was “do you have any tips for placing a hob in a corner, preferably with pan drawers underneath? Or an L shape unit with 3/4 carousel?” Corner hob over a pan drawer Well, if you wanted to use a pan drawer in a corner then it would

What is the difference between Innova Norton & Linwood doors?

  A question that we were recently asked was: “Can you tell me the difference between the Innova Linwood doors and the Norton doors? Is it just that Linwood door has a grain and Norton doesn’t? It’s hard to tell from the pictures on your website, as they also both doors seem to be priced the

What is an undermount sink?

  The majority of sinks that you’ve probably seen just fit into the top of a kitchen worktop (inset sinks) and slide into position. Inset sinks are pretty popular with laminate worktops but undermount sinks are installed differently and cannot be used with laminate worktops! How does an undermount sink attach to a worktop? Undermount worktops, as

The differences between granite & quartz kitchen worktops

  Granite & quartz worktops – the basic differences Most people are now familiar with granite & quartz as materials used in the production of kitchen worktops but the two are very different for a number of reasons. Perhaps the most basic difference to start with is the composition of both: granite is a hundred

Do I need to oil my wooden worktop?

  Deciding on a kitchen style is a big decision and so is the worktop that is going to adorn your beautiful looking kitchen for many years to come! By reading this article, you are either planning on getting a wooden worktop or you already have one! Wooden worktops differ a little to laminate and granite

Choosing a kitchen fitter

  You’ve spent months planning your new kitchen and now you’ve placed your order. Whilst waiting for delivery, have you decided if you are going to be fitting the kitchen yourself or getting a kitchen fitter in to do it for you? If you are choosing to get a kitchen fitter to fit your kitchen

What gap is needed between a wall and unit?

  A recently asked question from a customer about leaving a gap near a wall was “I’m currently planning a galley kitchen with two runs of kitchen units. What I need to know is how much space do I need to leave between the end walls and the cupboards, so that the doors can open

What is a 150mm pullout?

  A 150mm pullout is basically a 150mm wide base unit with a pullout mechanism inside it that can be used to store items in such as jars & bottles, baking trays or tea towels for ease of access. When ordering these pullout units, you will find them listed as: Pullout Wire Basket Pullout Tray