Kitchen doors

Transform your kitchen for just a fraction of the cost you would pay out on a complete kitchen renovation, by simply replacing the outdated doors, drawers and lights.

By keeping the old carcass of your kitchen cupboards, you’ll slash the expense of upgrading your home and will still have a finish to be proud of.

The kitchen doors are the first thing you’ll see when walking into the room, defining the character and atmosphere of the kitchen. And with the style of kitchens changing over the years, designs have become a lot lighter and cheerful.

Many homeowners are turning away from the traditional solid pines and dark oaks, replacing their kitchen doors for a modern effect at a cheaper price. In fact, the transformation as a whole can be remarkable.

Of course, national kitchen suppliers won’t tell you this. They still hope to charge customers extortionate prices for a brand new kitchen and don’t want consumers using this effective and cheaper way of altering the kitchen’s look.

Replacing kitchen doors, drawers and other small accessories such as lights, will only take a professional one of two days. On top of this there will be very little mess or upheaval like there would be for a whole kitchen refit.

There’s not the need for plumbers, decorators, tilers and electricians, cutting the time it’ll take to change your kitchen and slashing your costs.

Replacement kitchen door benefits

Bored of your kitchen and want to make a change to freshen things up, without spending thousands of pounds on an entirely new design?

Then consider replacing your kitchen doors.

  • Modernise your kitchen without spending thousands of pounds on a new design

  • Benefit from the kitchen’s new look within days, not weeks as would be necessary for a new kitchen

  • Switch your worktop, sink or lights at the same time to minimise overall costs

  • Continue to work from your kitchen during the fit.

Replacement kitchen door quotes

If you’re interested in modernising your kitchen without the stress, hassle and financial burden of a complete overhaul, consider replacing your kitchen doors.

Complete our quick form and receive up to four FREE replacement kitchen door quotes from vetted and reputable professionals in your area.









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Kitchen doors companies

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STAG LODGE HOMES LTD
28 The Porch, RICHMOND - DL10 6LQ
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CHAMELEON KITCHENS
62a north cray rd., BEXLEY - DA5 3LZ
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IQ CONSTRUCTION
160 BROMLEY ROAD SE6 2NZ, LONDON - SE6 2NZ

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Local Kitchen doors Projects

1 Project: Replace 7 kitchen doors and pelmet. Replace drawer unit with new front drawers 4. Are you the property owner: Relative of Owner Budget: 0-4k Size of Kitchen: Small/Medium Appliances: No Building Work:...
2 Project: Replacement kitchen doors and kick boards Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Budget: 0-4k Size of Kitchen: Small/Medium Appliances: Yes What level of service do you require: Supply and...
3 Project:
4 Project: To replace door and drawer fronts, worktop and sink. 4 x 500mm wall unit doors and 4 x 500mm base unit doors. 4 x 500mm drawer fronts. Are you the property owner: Tenant (with permission) Size of Kitc...
5 Project: Kitchen doors somewhat dated and need modernizing
6 Project: SUPPLY AND FIT 6 CUPBOARD DOORS AND DRAWER FRONTS AND HANDLES
7 Project: Replacement doors
8 Project: New doors and drawer fronts Home Owner Supplied and Fitted Call to Appoint
9 Project: replace kitchen doors/worktops/sink
10 Project: Hi, I would like new kitchen doors and drawers fitted in my kitchen. I’m looking for beech colour. I have about 14 to replace.
11 Project: Re new kitchen cupboard doors
12 Project: kitchen door renewal. Home Owner Supplied and Fitted Call to Appoint
13 Project: Replace cupboard doors in kitchen Home Owner Supplied and Fitted Call to Appoint
14 Project: replace existing door and draw fronts and plinths
15 Project: REPLACE SINGLE KITCHEN DOOR CREAM GLOSS FINISH
16 Project: 10 kitchen unit doors want replacement, and 5 draws.
17 Project: 12boots & 5 drawers to be replaced Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Budget: 0-4k Size of Kitchen: Small/Medium Appliances: No Building Work: No What level of service do you require: S...
18 Project: 2 replace 10 cupboard doors and 6 drawer fronts in kitchen Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Budget: 0-4k Size of Kitchen: Small/Medium Appliances: No Building Work: No What level of s...
19 Project: Homeowner Please contact to appoint
20 Project: We are exploring possibilities regarding our kitchen - most likely a combination of some new furniture and some kitchen door replacement, as well as worktops. Interested in a home visit and quote.

Reviews of kitchen doors companies

By Mr J.W A.
CHERRY KITCHENS SOUTH EAST LTD
star-on star-on star-on star-off star-off
Not met them.Satisfied by Chameleon
By Mrs Jac B.
CHAMELEON KITCHENS
star-on star-on star-on star-on star-off
They got back very quickly, however they have called everyday since chasing for a decision, a bit to pushy form, I like to think about it before I make a decision.
By Mrs Jeanette W.
CHERRY KITCHENS SOUTH EAST LTD
star-on star-on star-on star-on star-on
very happy with quote supplied
By Mr Phillip Q.

Kitchen doors activity in February 2019

Kitchen doors Projects in the UK in February 2019

January 2019 December / January
Greater London 6,830 24% <img src=
South East 5,540 4% <img src=
North West 4,870 18% <img src=
Yorkshire & Humber 3,470 30% <img src=
South West 2,531 0% <img src=
Western Midlands 2,498 8% <img src=
Scotland 2,241 18% <img src=
East Of England 1,920 1% <img src=
Wales 1,886 40% <img src=
East Midlands 1,764 -10% <img src=
Northern Ireland 797 26% <img src=
North East 240 14% <img src=
United Kingdom 34,587 14%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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