At Welbourn Furniture Ltd, we offer kitchen furniture designs from fine handmade timber and painted ranges through to contemporary handle-free and high gloss finishes. Our furniture is manufactured in Wiltshire using a combination of traditional skills and new technology. The fittings and moving parts, e.g., hinges and drawer systems, carry a lifetime guarantee.
There are a number of services on offer. If you have Architects plans, we are happy to talk through provisional designs and ball-park costs.
On request, we can visit your home to discuss your requirements and take accurate measurements of the room in order to produce provisional hand drawn sketches and an estimate. These sketches will remain in our hands until a contractual agreement has been made. Once a design and estimate has been agreed for the kitchen furniture, we will re-measure and produce CAD elevations and plans and arrange the contract documents. The installation of the furniture can be arranged by us using our approved fitting teams.
If you have appointed your own builder to carry out the preparation work on site, we will produce specifications detailing the plumbing and electrical requirements needed prior to the furniture installation. If you haven’t appointed a builder to prepare the room, we can offer full strip out and preparation services to ensure the room is ready for the furniture installation. We work alongside a reputable stone company and can offer a vast range of granite, marble and silestone worktops. In summary, Welbourn Furniture Ltd can offer services from “furniture supply only” through to a “fully project managed service” from strip out to completion.
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We do not give out any information about you, as an individual, to anyone, except to complete your transactions, or to comply with valid legal process such as a search warrant, subpoena or court order.