Best kitchen brands Howdens Joinery kitchens
Howdens Joinery was established in 1935 and is a trade-only company supplying to registered account holders, such as builders. It has more than 520 local depots across the country.
Howdens Joinery gives a five-year guarantee. In the event of a defect in manufacturing or raw materials, it will replace any cabinet, promptly and without charge.
Howdens Joinery kitchen styles and prices
Prices: N/A (Prices are unavailable from Howdens directly as quotes are provided by individual builders). There are 40 different designs available, with seven different door styles available in a choice of colours and finishes.
How to buy: Available only to registered trade account holders in mainland UK, so must be ordered through a tradesperson.
Planning service: Free design service, including home visit from Howdens designer, organised via a builder/fitter with a Howdens account.
Installation: Arranged by customer and priced individually by installer.
Customer verdict: One reader told us: ‘Good prices and, so far, quality is good with no problems coming to light.’ Another stated: 'This was a kitchen refit and has turned out to be a very successful and economical approach.'
Lamona and Bosch kitchen appliances
Lamona appliances are sold exclusively to trade professionals by Howdens Joinery.
There are a range of kitchen and laundry appliances available including cookers/ovens, fridges, dishwashers, washing machines and tumble dryers. The same types of Bosch appliances are also sold by Howdens Joinery. We haven’t tested any Lamona products in the Which? test lab.
How Howdens Joinery compares
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