Despite what the world’s philosophers say, the future is often the same as the past, and that’s because humankind simply can’t think laterally. We keep on polluting the air, fighting pointless wars and eating unhealthily too. The same failing applies to many remodelled kitchens that I have seen as well.
I wish I could have a free pint down at the local pub (naturally taken over a responsible period of time) for every brand new kitchen that I’ve seen festooned with double adaptors and ugly cables, when just a little planning could have avoided all of that. Most London Kitchen Fitters that I’ve dealt with over many years have a simple take on this. If there’s a work surface, they say, that’s not too close to water, then fit an electric outlet socket in the wall right next to it.
After you have sorted all these and similar things out in your mind, decided on the layout for your kitchen and got your Kitchen Fitter Quotes from Mr-Skill, the next thing to do is to appoint a kitchen fitting firm, and to iron all the nitty-gritty out with them before they start.
And here I’d like to make a special plea on behalf of all the world’s tradespeople. You can Find a Kitchen Fitter who looks perfect, but, if you don’t allow the poor fellow the space he needs to do the job and put up with a modicum of mess, then your chances are reasonably good that you could end up with an unenthusiastic job.
So please let them park their van outside the front door and wander in and out with dusty feet. Give them space to leave their tools overnight somewhere safe and dry, and don’t forget that friendly cup of tea every time they take their breaks. That way, chances are that you could get a happy kitchen, and that, I think, is where all happy families belong.
Good luck with your new kitchen project from Mr-Skill.