Compared to many of our projects this was a relatively straight forward kitchen fit out. The clients came to us via a personal recommendation and we sat down together to discuss their particular needs. The client was looking for a traditional shaker style kitchen that would be a long lasting feature in a turn-of-the-century property. As part of an iterative process we settled on a design that would be built and then installed following major rennovation work that was being carried out by other building contractors at the property.
Once the designs had been delivered and agreed, there followed regular multi-way communication between ourselves, the clients and the contractors. The plans were altered a couple of times after the clients had a re-think about the layout of their new kitchen space. We also created a new door casement and door for a utility room that was built as an attachment to the original layout.
"Although it may have been a relatively straight forward project for Shaun and Craig, for us it was a critical component of our new kitchen-dinning space. We were always made to feel that our project was their top priority. We are extremely happy with the end result and cannot commend the guys highly enough. Shaun also helped us to source the granite work surfaces at a good price and was always on hand to talk through any concerns and alterations to the original plans that we required. He is the sort of person who sees solutions rather than problems which is exactly what you want when you are project managing the job yourself, as we were.
To think that we have ended up with a hand-made bespoke set of kitchen units for the same price that we would have had to pay from a company such as Magnet is a very pleasing thought."
- Kevin McKenna