The beginning of a great fit

A picture may say a thousand things but it can sometimes be difficult to see the amount of work that goes into our fitted wardrobes. Sometimes when potential clients ask about the cost we do get negative comments, which we find surprising. Our fitted wardrobes start from around £1200 and go up to approx £4000, our average wardrobe cost is in the region of £1500. When you see this video you may start to understand why.

The process begins when one of our consultants comes out to measure up, you are then sent a quote. We never price on the day as we want to make sure that we get the best possible price for you,

Once you decide to go ahead, another consultation is booked. This is the final measure and lets us double check our measurements before we start to make your project.

Our team of machinists and makers get involved, from machining, making, sanding to finishing each step is carefully checked to make sure that it meets our high standards.

After the wardrobe has been made it is then installed to your house.

One or two of our fitters will then start the installation and this video gives a lovely example of the fitting process. As you will see our wardrobes are made from solid pine and we don't use cheaper materials just because they won't be seen, they are beautiful handmade pieces that really not only look gorgeous bit they also will last a very long time.

So why choose a fitted wardrobe? Fitted wardrobes are great if you have an awkward space to fill, a sloping ceiling or an odd corner or even an alcove. Whilst free standing furniture is great ( and we do make free standing wardrobes) it doesn't fully utilise the space especially when there is an odd angle. By choosing fitted you get a wardrobe that really works with the space available.

If you would like to discuss a fitted wardrobe, fitted item of furniture or kitchen please call one of our team on: 0333 5775155 or use our contact form here.

We cover Cornwall, Devon and lots Dorset.

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