How do we work?
At Mark Williamson Kitchens, we use a process to keep things as clear and efficient as possible for us and our clients, and it works like this. As the client you will make an appointment for me to visit your home when convenient. We then discuss what you would like to achieve from redesigning your kitchen, what type of kitchen it needs to be to suit your lifestyle, how we can maximise the space you have and how we can best achieve what you are looking for maximising the best use of space through design and innovation.
Design and Drawings
From the ideas discussed at our meeting I will then prepare some designs and send it to you with a detailed specification sheet and quotation to talk through. The detail is an important part of getting the design right and we can change the drawings until you are 100% happy with the final design.
I can guide you through any of the decisions and take on as much or as little of the project management. We discuss all the options which includes finishes, handle options, lighting. We use only high quality materials, fixtures and fittings and everything is personally quality checked by myself before it leaves the workshop to be delivered and fitted by our team.
All the work is carried out in our workshop by our own team of passionate craftsmen. We pay great attention to detail, our clients comment on it. We want every aspect of your kitchen to be perfect and something you are proud of. White goods and appliances can be quoted for and are always supplied with a manufacturer’s guarantee.
Time frame and delivery
On average we would suggest you allow 2 to 4 weeks to finalise the drawings and design, production can take anywhere from 2 to 4 months and fitting will take 2 to 3 of us over 1 to 2 weeks to complete.
We take an initial deposit to confirm the commission and to book workshop time. We then ask for a stage payment at the outset of the project once the drawings have been signed off prior to manufacture. In some cases, a second or third stage payment is required depending on the size and value of the commission. The final invoice is then taken on completion of the work, and obviously on the complete satisfaction of the client.