Many homeowners spend an overwhelming amount of time in their kitchen, and become increasingly annoyed with minor faults and imperfections. So whether you are frustrated with the positioning or your units, or simply want to have more room to move, choose our kitchen design and installation service. At Hancock's PLUMBING AND HEATING LTD, in Frome, Somerset, our team specialise in designing your dream kitchen before removing the old unit and installing your new suite.
No matter if you would like to incorporate a breakfast bar in your kitchen, or require under-counter lighting to be installed, our designers will turn your dreams into a reality. During an in-depth consultation we will determine the exact plan and layout that you require. Our team will explain and discuss, in detail, where each aspect of your kitchen will be located. A number of brochures containing various units will be provided, giving you full control over the fittings to be installed, allowing for the creation of a truly bespoke room.
Following the completion of the design, you will be given a free, no-obligation quote. Once this has been agreed we will proceed with the construction of your new kitchen. Throughout the job we will walk you through the process step-by-step, keeping you fully up to date with the progress. Although we are happy to source the required materials ourselves, we will also install any fittings or units that you have already purchased.
When you come to Hancock's PLUMBING AND HEATING LTD, you can expect to receive a high-quality kitchen or bathroom installation at an affordable price. What's more, we also provide a personal approach alongside a first-class after-sales service. Once your new suite has been installed, we will happily complete any necessary electrical or plumbing work at no extra cost to you.
In some cases, completely renovating the kitchen is not necessary, and less drastic alterations satisfy your needs. Our team are capable of removing walls to make your kitchen more open plan, and moving drainage systems to allow for installations to be repositioned.