Darwin NT Kitchen Bathroom Affordable Renovation Installation Services Launched

4Kitchens, an award-winning market leading bathroom and kitchen cabinet maker based in Darwin NT, has launched a new affordable renovation and installation service for homeowners in the local area.

Winnellie, Australia - April 7, 2020 /PressCable/ —

4Kitchens, an award-winning market leading bathroom and kitchen cabinet maker, has launched a new affordable renovation and installation service aimed at residents and homeowners in the Darwin NT area.

Find out more about the services at: https://4kitchens.com.au

The newly launched affordable renovation and installation service is designed to meet demand in the local area. The company sets itself apart from competitors by using a mixture of high-quality, leading Australian and European products.

Many homeowners view autumn as the ideal time for maintenance and renovations as the winter and summer months can bring harsh weather conditions. It also provides an opportunity to get houses ready for sale as kitchen and bathroom renovations, upgrades and modernisations are a great way to add value to property.

4Kitchens and its professional team offer all customers a free design consultation, which is the first step in the renovation process. The team utilise a 3D design tool to enable customers to get a 360-degree impression of what the newly refurbished space could look like.

Following the design process, customers review the material selection and a detailed proposal with costings is presented. In order to financially support customers, only a 50% deposit is required during the sign off phase. Approximately three weeks later, the installation process typically begins.

All cabinets are manufactured by 4Kitchens in Australia using a mix of Australian-made and imported materials and automatically come with a limited 10-year warranty. Aside from bathroom and kitchen installations, the company also creates bespoke wardrobe storage solutions, pantries, custom laundry spaces, furniture and bespoke storage options.

A spokesperson from 4Kitchens said, “A new bathroom or kitchen is a great way to add value to real estate property. Whether it’s part of a modernisation project throughout the house or a standalone project, it’s important the job is completed right and to a high standard.”

“At 4Kitchens our expert, friendly and professional team help customers for the duration of the project, from initial design idea and consultation right through to installation and finishing touches. We’re currently taking bookings for the autumn months and encourage all customers to get in touch to find out about our services,” they added.

To view a detailed breakdown of what the installation process might look like, interested parties are invited to visit the website link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Mario Tsirbas
Email: Send Email
Organization: 4Kitchens Pty Ltd
Address: 39 Winnellie Rd, Winnellie, Winnellie, Northern Territory 0820, Australia
Phone: +61-8-8984-4789
Website: https://4kitchens.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88952758

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