Planning, Design & Installation

Planning, Design & Installation

It usually takes 5 - 10 working days to complete a set of design drawings and quotations depending on how involved they are and how many drawings we have on our books at the time.

  • The survey: A house call from us to measure the room in question, check a number of things in use within the existing kitchen / bedroom including plumbing and electrical.
  • Ask you a number of questions about what you expect from your new kitchen / bedroom.
  • Advise you on the things that are possible so that your new kitchen / bedroom with look good as well as being safe & functional.
  • After all the drawings and quotes are complete we will contact you and make an appointment for you to call and see us in the showroom. We will then explain the drawings and quotes for you and answer any questions you may have, if necessary we will go through any changes you would like made to these drawings.
  • Most customers will need some extra time to look at these drawings and we recommend that you do take some time to think things over. After your visit to view your designs we will give you an online account for you to view all your drawings and quotes at any time from the comfort of your own home. 

Project From survey, design through to completion

Installation is a very important part of any new kitchen or bedroom. When installation starts we minimise the disruption to your everyday life as much as possible, making the transition from old to new seamless. Heath Everett is himself a fully indentured carpenter joiner by trade and will only use the following for any project no matter how large or small.

  1. Only use fully qualified & experienced fitters.
  2. All building works are undertaking again by qualified and experienced tradesmen.
  3. Electricians that are EIC NIC registered. Electrical completion certificates issued on every project where applicable.
  4. Gas and central heating works undertaking by Gas Safe registered plumbers.

The images to the right (below if you're on a moble device) are of two rooms before work commenced.

The Project

  1. The customer was looking for a larger kitchen than the existing one they inherited when purchasing the property.
  2. Initial survey came up with a some possibilities.
  3. Customer was looking for crisp modern design, a door without handles.
  4. Quartz worktop was also one of the key features for this kitchen.
  5. Cooking had to be done with two ovens and a large hob.
  6. With the dining area being reloacated to a different room a breakfast bar area was sugested.

Too the left (below on mobile devices) are the finished cad drawers for the project. You will notice we opted to have no tall units to house ovens etc. It was decided the room was too narrow for this. Tall housings would of made the room feel smaller. Overall the kitchen is easy to work in and is also aesthetically pleasing to the eye. Overall we and the customer felt this design worked best for the project.

Completed Project

Here we have images of the completed project.

  1. Removed existing kitchen and dividing walls.
  2. New ceilings with coving and new stud walls with making good all existing walls.
  3. Newly fitted kitchen with quartz worktops.
  4. Two ovens, hob, extractor, dishwasher, fridge and a freeze.
  5. New lighting to ceilings and under cabinets.
  6. Decorate throughout. Ceilings, walls and all woodwork.
  7. To finish a new Karndean floor.
Kitchen Transformation by H Everett Interiors

A small slide show showing the transition of the old kitchen and dining room into a larger kitchen diner. A very happy customer who was amazed at the difference the transformation made.

Posted by H Everett Interiors on Thursday, 20 April 2017
Short video of the complete process