Kitchen painted in Radlett, Hertfordshire
Painting kitchens in RadlettI started painting kitchens at the same time as Charlie Smallbone was still going to site, a long time ago. Looking back through my order books I have worked in and around Radlett for decades and have many happy clients. For example this was a hand made kitchen from Christchurch kitchens I painted. I have plenty of other references if needed for kitchens I have painted in the Radlett area.
Why go for a hand painted finish on an older kitchen?The clients called me after finding me online. Apparently another family member had purchased a new Tom Howley kitchen, inspiring them to look at changing their own kitchen. As is so often the case, the cost of replacing their large kitchen was astronomical and they looked for alternatives. That’s where I came in. I have written up literally dozens of examples where a hand painted or sprayed finish has won hands down over a new kitchen. Even if you aren’t particularly eco-minded, the financial economies of keeping a perfectly good wooden kitchen out of landfill are stunning. Rest assured, you are not flogging a dead horse when repainting an old kitchen.
- It is very rare to see kitchen cabinets and carcasses fail these days. At worst, you might see a unit around a sink looking tatty, so just replace that one cabinet.
- Solid wooden doors, be they pine or oak or maple, will last decades. They are also perfect for painting, if you know how. I know how.
- You can constantly upgrade a kitchen from new handles to new worktops, new appliances. Once painted you can completely change the look of a kitchen very easily with new colours. Full summary of decisions over new v repaint a kitchen
The moment of truthAfter assessing the project and talking over the process with the clients, I submitted my quote. I don’ t know the full story behind the numbers they had received for a brand new installation, but I know my quote came in at a small fraction of the cost of new. Two weeks later the kitchen in Radlett looked like this.
What did the client think?It’s all well and good me explaining my side of the story, but what did the client think? Here are a few snippets from Mr Patel’s review.
Paul painted our solid oak kitchen / diner and study and did an absolutely amazing job. He had a real eye for detail, neat and tidy and very organised. He respected our home like it was his own and fitted in his work around our needs. He also kept to the original timelines he had indicated. Our kitchen has been beautifully transformed and literally looks like a brand new bespoke kitchen. The transformation is just simply stunning.
Paul was super professional right from the initial query through to finishing the job. He is a really nice person and an absolute star…
Paul’s pricing was also very reasonable for the whole service offered…
If you are looking to get your kitchen painted, simply get in touch with Paul and you will have a great experience and an amazing kitchen at the end of it!”I am always happy to receive reviews from paying customers, good, bad or indifferent. We did have a little run in with a professional review site once. They claimed we were only posting 5 star reviews and must be hiding dodgy ones. They didn’t take the time to listen to what I just explained about our work process and the focus on ongoing communication. You can verify all my reviews, so don’t start me on Google reviews, which seem to be friends of friends posting eulogies about their friends’ companies!