As a way of bringing freshness and shine to your kitchen at a budget price, there is no better way than buying kitchen unit doors.
In fact, if you don’t have the money at the minute to redo the whole kitchen and simply want to add to an existing design then new doors are the perfect solution. Not only are you bringing a fresh look to your kitchen but you are doing so at a fraction of the cost.
In this blog update, we want to show you 4 must-know tips for buying kitchen unit doors.
It isn’t as easy as simply choosing a design that you think looks good. Rather there is more to it than that and with our years of expertise at the Kitchen Warehouse Limited, we want to share our knowledge with the most valuable part of our business – our clients.
Aim For Doors That Compliment Your Kitchen Style
When you start to look online for kitchen doors then the choice available can be overwhelming.
You can find handleless high gloss door designs, solid oak doors and a multitude of doors in various colours and designs. The important thing to remember is that you should choose replacement doors that complement the existing style of your kitchen. There is no point in paying for new doors that are radically different from what you have.
While new kitchen doors can make your kitchen look great they can also clash with your current style. One of our top tips is to buy doors that don’t massively detract from what you have. Certainly look for something a bit different but ensure that it still fits in with your current kitchen.
Check Their Compatibility With Your Units
A mistake that many people make when they buy kitchen doors for the first time is to purchase models that aren’t compatible with their existing units.
A lot of clients think that any kitchen door will fit their units. This is not true because there are so many different models of units from various manufacturers that aren’t compatible. The good news for you guys is that our doors fit with units made from most of the popular high street retailers. This includes B&Q, Magnet, Wren, Four Seasons, Homebase and Howdens to name just a few.
They aren’t compatible with IKEA units as standard for instance so this is something to keep in mind. We can provide high gloss acrylic replacement doors in this case and they take around 3 weeks to be delivered.
Make Sure And Get Samples
If you are buying new kitchen unit doors then ensure that you try out a few samples first.
Not only does this mean that you can see what fits and what doesn’t but you can also try out some different styles before committing yourself to a purchase. Not every retailer provides this however at the Kitchen Warehouse Limited we want to ensure that our clients get the right doors for their kitchen. This is why we offer samples of our fantastic kitchen unit door range to all our customers whether you are a new client our one that has been using us for years.
All you need to do is choose the door style you want and we will send you a sample. If you think that a particular style is for you then we will deduct the sample cost from the price of your order or simply return it to us with your purchase number for a refund.
Are The Doors For Short or Long Term Use?
Many people buy kitchen doors as a stopgap before they can afford to completely renovate their kitchen. While this works very well you need to think about how long you intend to have the doors for.
Our kitchen doors that can be used for replacing your old models start from £9.98. If you want doors for short-term use then we have budget options available for you. Alternatively, if you have no plans to redo your kitchen and want durable and long lasting doors then we have that option available to you as well.
If you figure out how long you will need the doors for before your purchase then you will be in a better position to not only get the doors you want but to save money as well.
Do you feel like your kitchen is looking outdated? Well, the answer is not to spend lots of money you might not have to renovate it. Rather follow our 4 must-know tips for buying replacement kitchen unit doors.
Remember when you are buying new kitchen doors to consider the following:
- Do the new doors compliment the design and style of your existing kitchen?
- Will they be compatible with your units and their measurements?
- Can you order samples first to test them out?
- How long do you plan on using the doors for?
If you need any more help when buying new kitchen doors or simply want some friendly advice about our services then don’t hesitate to get in touch with us right away.