|Christchurch Showroom: 6 and 7 Fountain Way, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 1QN.|
Tel: 01202 475515
Fitted kitchens in Christchurch? Choose experience!
Handmade Kitchens of Christchurch have their beginning in 2001, and the business has gradually grown in recent years. They do our best to be sure that they concentrate on the things that they appreciated when they started like offering their customers the best service they can, providing great quality and great value for money.
Their customers’s reviews and customer gallery on the websites are the best proof of their and their customers’ achievements. If you want to know more about the experience of other clients with their company, you can visit the websites which are regularly updated.
Their customers can buy tailored kitchen online or visit their showrooms. They offer cabinetry from 170 GBP. Ordering with that company means:
• Free project
• A broad selection of over 200 adapted cabinets.
• Corestone quartz tabletops on trade price.
• Fit the most convenient height, width or depth of your cabinetry.
• Full price lists available online, specifying the exact final price, without additional costs.
• 5 door and 3 drawer styles in our product range.
• All furniture are fully built when delivered.
• guarantee that traditional cabinets makers techniques have been used to made our doors which are made from 5 separate pieces and made using mortise and tenon joints.
• Doors have the finest solid brass hinges on which they are hung. The brass hidges are properly combined with door allowing the toughest hardwood to hardwood connection and preventing the door from falling down.
• Traditional cabinet makers dovetail joints on both sides of the drawers.
• Our showrooms are located in Esher (M25/M3/M4) and Christchurch, Dorset.
• own delivery fleet available throughout the country.
• Made in our English workshop.
• Without any subcontracts or imports.
• 16 year experience
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|414 Tuam Street,|
Kitchen Concepts company is responsible for designing, producing and installing new kitchens and also for renovating kitchens across Canterbury.
When Glen Kelman attended a school the only subject he liked and he was interested in was woodwork. Therefore, it is not surprising that he has started working with kitchen woodwork.
The owner of the Kitchen Concepts claims that the best possible work to do is to help and support the customer in order to create an ideal and well-functioning kitchen. Glen did not want to run his own business and he also did not considered himself as a salesman. He said that the clients have just started to visit him and his team and they have helped them creating their clients’ interiors.
At the beginning Glen specialized in installing kitchens. When he worked in Install Concepts he had equipped most of the kitchens in Christchurch. The company offered the full service and in July 2019 they presented themselves as Kitchen Concepts brand: still being the same company with the same team and the same focus on every particular project.
There is nothing strange and unusual that the team of Kitchen Concepts often receives fresh and delicious pastries from excited clients who are testing the possibilities of their newly made kitchens.
Glen says that the decision about new kitchen can not be made on the spur of the moment. Because of that fact Kitchen Concepts workers do their best to make planning, designing and installing satisfying for them and their clients. There is a kitchen showroom in Christchurch and the Kitchen Concepts experts assure that they will be pleased to visit everyone to talk about their kitchen flow, look and storage solution.
Kitchen Concepts company has an in-house kitchen designer and its own factory producing tailored kitchen. The workers are experienced in managing these greater and these smaller kitchen projects. Glen and the team are pleased to help you create your dream kitchen.
Few words about Christchurch
Located on the south coast of England, between Bournemouth and New Forest, covering an an area of 19.5 square miles (51 km2) and with population of 48,368, Christchurch is a seaside resort. Being a part of the historic county of Hampshire, Christchurch was a borough within the administrative county of Dorset from 1974 until 2019, when it became part of the new Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole unitary authority.
In the 10th century Christchurch was made a fortified settlement. Christchurch was defended by the sea on one side and by two rivers, the Stour and the Avon on the other two sides. The original name of the town was Twynham but it became known as Christchurch when in 1094 there was built a priory. Christchurch developed into an crucial trading port.There were many fishermen in Christchurch in the Middle Ages. About 1150 the Lord of the Manor of Christchurch built a castle, which was destroyed during the English Civil War. The Lord also built a house for the constable of the castle. In 18th and 19th century fishing was still important to the town’s economy. Other industries in the town were knitting silk stockings, glove making, and brewing. Christchurch was base for smuggling that became one of the town’s most profitable industries. During World War II Christchurch was fortified against an excepted invasion. In 1940 Airspeed opened an aircraft factory which was closed in 1962.
What is Christchurch famous for?
Christchurch is a popular tourist destination and attracts approximately 1.5 million visitors a year due to its marvellous beaches which offer stunning views across Christchurch Bay from the Isle of Wight and the Needles in the east to Hengistbury Head in the west, nature reserves, famous harbour and numerous historic buildings like medieval monastal Priory Church or Lady Chapel or magnificent Highcliffe Castle. Christchurch is a popular destination for senior tourists, and 30 per cent of residents are above 65 years old.