Benchmarx calls itself the kitchen and joinery specialist and sells more than 10 types of kitchen, including traditional and modern designs in a choice of colours and finishes.
Benchmarx only sells directly to tradespeople. But you can view its kitchens online or in-store and have a design consultation. Then you'll need to find an installer yourself.
Benchmarx says that working directly with traders means customers can get competitive trade prices.
Set up in 2006, Benchmarx has around 140 branches across the country.
We've surveyed thousands of kitchen owners about their kitchens and assessed Benchmarx's kitchens in our lab to help you decide whether a Benchmarx kitchen is best for your home.
Which? members can to see how Benchmarx's kitchens were rated by its customers and how they compared when assessed by experts in our lab. If you're not a Which? member, you can to see our full kitchen reviews.
We assessed two kitchens from Benchmarx in our lab. These are both the base of lots of Benchmarx's fitted kitchen ranges, to which you choose to add different doors, finishes and colours. now to reveal the results in this table and all of the information below.
Benchmarx kitchen unit lab assessment results
Lab overall score
Quality of units
Drawers and runners
Grey Kitchen Cabinet
Ready to Fit
Ratings are overall and encompass a number of different assessments.
The Grey Kitchen Cabinet range comes ready assembled. Ready to Fit units come flat-pack.
More than 3,000 people who bought kitchens in the past 10 years responded to our survey about fitted kitchens. These results reveal which brands have the best customer service, value for money, or stand the test of time, according to their customers.
Benchmarx kitchens: survey ratings
Design and planning
Quality of cupboards, doors, drawers and worktops
Quality of finish
How well cupboards, doors, drawers and worktops lasted
Value for money
Benchmarx kitchen owners also told us how well they found parts of their kitchens have lasted, including the drawers, doors and worktops.
Benchmarx is a trade supplier and doesn't have its own installers. So we don't have customer ratings for Benchmarx's kitchen installation. You'll need to choose your own kitchen fitter if you buy from Benchmarx.
There's a free design service with online or in-store appointments. A kitchen designer will create a 3D plan of your kitchen, discuss different options and talk you through the process.
Benchmarx will also carry out an in-home survey to check the measurements for your kitchen, if you are comfortable with this.
As Benchmarx is a trade kitchen supplier and doesn't recommend installers, you will need to find one yourself, although Benchmarx can guide you through the process. using our free Which? Trusted Traders service.
Yes. It sells large kitchen appliances from a range of brands, and specialist kitchen flooring, all fitted at extra cost. Visit our to find the best appliances for you. Benchmarx doesn't supply floor or wall tiles.