It all starts - and sometimes ends - with design. As the host of Grand Designs, Kevin Mcloud, says, "any man-made thing should be well made and durable; it should be ergonomic and fit for purpose; it should have bought no harm to anybody or anything; and it should evoke delight and lasting pleasure in use."
That design might start with your interior designer, architect or builder, all of whom we are happy to collaborate with or it might start with us, likely in our showroom over a cuppa. We will produce a comprehensive design and keep working with you until we have reached the end goal.
It might be a bit cliche to say you care about the environment these days and in our business, it's a lot harder to live up to... there's a lot of waste in renovation. But we do care about the world we will leave behind us so here's what we're doing about it.
It starts, as every renovation does, with the demolition. The sad truth is that most kitchen cabinets we rip out are made from non recyclable products which are no good for the planet's health. If you can remove them without damaging them too much, however, they can live on. We actually encourage and support our clients to find a new use for their old kitchens rather than just dump them.
As for your new cabinets, where possible, we use material rated E0 or E1, which emits the lowest levels of formaldehyde on the market..it is definitely the way to go.
90% of the timber we use is recycled hardwood, it oozes character and reduces waste. Not only do we recycle timber, we make a great effort to recycle everything we can and follow the three r's..Reduce, re-use, recycle.
For some, choice is exciting. For others it can be overwhelming. Either way we will lead you through the whole process to help you find something uniquely 'you'. For inspiration come and see our showroom at Belmont where you can find a world-class range of colours, finishes, benchtops, doors, spashbacks and hardware products including the very latest trends and timeless classics. See our products and materials list for more information of what is available.
We love Newcastle, it is a great place to live, bring up a family and run a business. We are committed to continue our support to the local community by employing local tradesman and offering opportunities to apprentices. Free of charge we have donated our time and resources to community projects in support local business. As good as neighbours, we always use qualified local tradies, whether they're plumbers, electricians, plasterers or tilers. We continue to offer local youngsters work experience placements and we support local businesses by shopping locally, whenever possible.