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Production & Installation

Production

Our workshop facilities enable the cutting, edging and multihole drilling of panels for the production of our rigid furniture units. The materials used for our unit carcases is 18mm high quality melamine faced boards (MFC), with 8mm solid back panels. In most cases the carcases are made to match the unit fascia, although contrasting finishes are an option if you prefer. Special or non-standard units to accommodate individual requirements present no problem. Our standard drawers and doors feature the superb “soft close” mechanisms. Our units are solid and robust, and designed to provide many years service.

We offer to supply panels cut and edged to size, and we will even help you with your design ideas and preparation of the cutting list. Our advice is free.

Additionally our workshop provides a vital back up service to our fitters, whilst installation work is in progress.

You are quite welcome to visit our workshop.

 

 

Installation Work

The installation of a fitted kitchen (or other project), is a skilled operation and requires considerable planning if the work is to proceed smoothly and efficiently. We have broken down the requirements that cover most aspects of installation work, into over 60 standard operations. From this structure we are able to build up a fair system of costing and of estimating the approximate the time scale for the job. With our quotations for complete jobs, we provide a full Installation Schedule to list all the aspects that are costed for, and (importantly) all those aspects that are not included. These codes enable the fitter to know the extent of the work requirements. In addition the fitter (s) have the ready back up of our own workshops.

As soon as possible after receiving your order we will arrange for a Pre-Installation Survey to be carried out by our Operations Manager. This is our “belt & braces” approach that is designed to intercept any potential problems well in advance of starting work, and to give the maximum time to resolve. Any variations necessary at this time will be discussed with you.