To help with planning your dream kitchen, we thought we’d take you through what happens when you visit a Magnet showroom…
Before going into a showroom, it’s best to have an idea of the space you have to work with and your budget. Once you’re with a member of our team, they’ll talk through your ‘Wish List’ of requirements and the amount you want to spend. This usually takes around 40 minutes, as we need to be very clear about your requirements so we can design the perfect room for your needs.
Next, one of our specialist kitchen designers will carry out a home survey, taking measurements and noting any odd angles or spaces in your kitchen.
Once this has been completed, you’ll pop back in to see us so we can show you the exciting part – the 2020 images and 3D visual of your potential new kitchen! This is created as per the unique measurements of your kitchen and exact specifications – we’ll give you a printout and total costs for you to take away to consider. Of course, if there’s anything you’d like to change such as the worktop or appliance positioning, your designer can amend it at this stage.
Once everything is perfect and you’re completely happy, your kitchen will be made up. This takes between 4 and 6 weeks as each one of our kitchens is made to measure.
If you’ve chosen to have your kitchen fitted by one of our Government TrustMark approved fitters, they will carry out a pre-fit survey while the cabinets are being made to get a thorough understanding of what the job entails. If required, our installers will also remove your old kitchen before starting to fit your new one.
The last step once everything has been fitted is for your designer to give your new kitchen a final check to ensure everything is running smoothly as planned. Then we’ll give you a 15-year cabinet guarantee so you can get on and enjoy your new space!
As part of Magnet’s Smart Care service, your designer will visit your home a year after installation to conduct a thorough check and make sure your kitchen is looking and performing exactly as it should be.
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