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Professional Kitchen Installers in Newton Abbot

Transform the hub of your home make your ideal kitchen a reality

From the initial design and planning of a new kitchen, through to completion by professional, experienced kitchen fitters, we will take care of everything for you.

Based in Newton Abbot, we install bespoke, made to measure kitchens across Teignbridge, Torbay, South Hams and the surrounding areas of Devon.

Whatever your preferred style of kitchen and ideal layout, we are confident that we can provide exceptional design, created and completed to your expectations. Whether your preferred style is a traditional farmhouse kitchen or a sleek contemporary design for a modern home – we will work with you to transform your ideas into reality.

We will also take care of all the associated technical requirements, such as plumbing and electrical work using experienced local trusted tradesmen.

We offer full project management for kitchen renovations using experienced, highly skilled kitchen fitters.

We take care of everything associated with creating a new kitchen. This includes design and installation of cupboards, worktops, appliances, plastering walls, ceilings, lighting and flooring together with tiling, plumbing, electrics and gas.

Our team are experts in kitchen installation and renovation, providing quality services across South Devon.


  • Kitchen Design & Planning
  • Kitchen Renovation
  • Bespoke Kitchen Units
  • Cupboards & Shelving
  • Cabinets, drawers and doors


  • Experienced Kitchen Fitters
  • Full Installation Service
  • Free Initial Consultation
  • Free Quotations
  • Expert Advice

Kitchen Installation – What To Expect

The installation process will depend on several key factors, namely how extensive your kitchen refurbishment is, the condition of your property, and whether different traders (such as plumbers and plasterers) are also needed.

Removal: any units and appliances you no longer want will be carefully removed and safely disposed of.

Plumbing and electrical work: any preparation of utilities needed for the new kitchen will be carried out.

Repairs: your walls may need to be made good after the kitchen has been removed, particularly if you have taken down tiles. This may require a plasterer to be brought in and time for the plaster to fully dry before work can continue.

Painting: once the walls are sound and dry, they can be painted.

Flooring: if you are investing in new kitchen flooring, this is likely to be installed once the messy job of painting is complete and before the new kitchen units and appliances are fitted.

Installing units: normally the kitchen fitter will start with the base units for the kitchen cupboards before moving on to the wall units. Worktops: these can be fitted once the units are in place and cut to fit around hobs or sinks. Your sink will probably be installed and connected at this stage.

Tiling: once your chosen worktop is in place, your tiles can be fitted.

Finishing units: one of the final jobs will be to fit cupboard doors, drawer fronts, plinths (which run along the bottom of the base units) and cornices (which run across the tops of the wall units).

Appliances: ovens, dishwashers and any other appliances will be installed at the end of the building project.

Certification: at the end of the project, we will arrange to provide Certification to show that any electrical and gas work meets industry standards.

Handover: Once the the work is complete and is to your full satisfaction it can be signed off.

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