What are the two types of Kitchen?
In-Frame where the door is inside and frame, and Lay-on where the door lay’s on top of the carcass. Find out more on the “Kitchen Styles” page.
How soon can you start?
It’s up to you, once we have finalised the designs, we need a minimum of two to three weeks to build and order all of the parts necessary but we can be flexible and work around you.
How long will it take?
Approximately 2 -3 weeks depending on the size of the project.
Do we need our own plumbers and electricians?
No, we can supply any trades necessary from light building work to plumbing and electrics.
I know we want a new kitchen/bathroom/bedroom but I don’t know what I want?
Don’t worry, we are here to help and advise you. On your initial appointment, we will find out what problems need solving and go from there; you will be surprised how many decisions you have already made. Our detailed renderings and CAD drawings bring your kitchen to life so you know exactly how it will look.
How much will a Robert Charles Kitchen Cost?
It is impossible to say, we range from £1 000 to £60 000 kitchens depending on your budget and needs. Come and talk to us and find out more.
Are your doors solid wood?
Painted doors have solid wood frames and drawer fronts, we use tulip wood because it is a flat even wood with no knots, giving a perfect finish. Non-painted doors can be made in a variety of woods from Oak to Walnut to Beech – the choice is yours.