Best kitchen brands Homebase kitchens
Homebase has more than 300 large, out-of-town stores throughout the UK and Republic of Ireland. It sells more than 30,000 products across DIY and decorating, home and garden ranges, and has a growing internet offering. Its own-brand kitchen range features 26 different designs.
Homebase gives free planning and design advice instore, using 3D digital drawings. Its kitchen installation service includes a home survey and free delivery. Homebase offers a 10-year guarantee on its kitchens. Installation service comes with a three-year workmanship guarantee.
Homebase kitchen styles and prices
Cheapest: Ferndown (Essential range) £466 (self-assembly)
Most popular: Monza (Homebase range) in white £1,339 (self-assembly)
Most expensive: Grosvenor (Shreiber range) £2,727 (self-assembly)
How to buy: Instore.
Planning service: Free instore advice and individual plan included as standard.
Installation: Optional extra – priced individually dependent on works required.
Customer verdict: One reader told us: ‘Good-value service, and I’d say good quality with a good range of products.’
Prices are correct as of March 2013 and include a sink and base unit, one double base unit, three single base units, four wall units, worktops and housing for an oven and dishwasher, plus handles and fixings, but not appliances or installation. Prices are non-sale and inclusive of VAT except where noted.
How Homebase compares
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