The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in our home and more often than not is the hub of our property. For this reason you need to ensure a quality design and installation to make the most of the space available.
DIY kitchens can be tricky which is why we would always recommended hiring a professional to carry out the work.
However, if you’ve decided to take on the project yourself you’ll still need to be supplied with the necessary parts. With lots to consider, including appliances such as washing machines and ovens, and the sockets they’ll be fixed to, make sure the kitchen designs are covered before ordering.
What to consider with your kitchen
With the kitchen worktop you need to consider the qualities you want. For example, an aesthetically pleasing look can be found with wooden products, whilst durable, resistant surfaces are the benefits of natural stone.
The flooring is another part of the kitchen that’s extremely important and you want something that’ll be hardwearing and resistant to impacts. After all, you’ll be on your feet most of the time you’re in the room.
Just like worktops there are plenty of options for the flooring and this includes laminate, wood and tile. With everything there are the advantages and drawbacks to each one. For instance, tile offers durable, resistant flooring but can be cold to touch, whilst wood has the attractive appeal.
Kitchen design quotes
Planning your kitchen can seem a nightmare with so much to consider. This is why using a professional to design and supply your perfect kitchen is the best route to take.
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Kitchen units activity in September 2017
Kitchen units Projects in the UK in September 2017
|August 2017||July / August|
|Yorkshire & Humber||18,940||-7%|
|East Of England||14,170||8%|
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Energy Performance of Houses
Properties are given an energy ranking dependent on how efficient they are and ratings are presented in the data below. This varies from A, by far the most energy efficient, to G, the very least efficient. With a higher rating you're more likely to have more affordable energy bills as more heat shall be kept inside your home. You can enhance your home's efficiency with insulation such as double glazing, loft lagging or wall cavity insulation.