HELPING your new kitchen come to life

Crafting a beautiful and functional kitchen is a journey. And like all important journeys, it’s good to have experienced people alongside you.  At West Country Kitchens, we pride ourselves on being a trusted partner on that path. We’ll guide you through the entire process, helping you make the right decisions and avoid the costly ones. We’ll work closely with you to ensure you get the kitchen you really want – on brief, on time and on budget.



We’re time-served installers with a track record and excellent recommendations. Satisfaction isn’t enough. We want you to be delighted with your new kitchen.


We work with you to make sure your kitchen is on budget. Drawing on our knowledge, we always work with you to get the kitchen you want at a reasonable price.


Accuracy and attention to detail matter to us. As does your safety. That’s why we only use accredited Gas Safe and NAPIT tradespeople for any gas or electrical work.


Your kitchen questions

We suggest getting some inspiration – look on the internet, browse interiors magazines, maybe visit a kitchen showroom or two. You could also visit the websites of our preferred suppliers like Howden, Magnet and Wickes. Decide what sort of style you like, get a rough idea of how much you want to spend. Then get in touch with West Country Kitchens – we can help you finetune your ideas and match your plans to your budget. We’re always happy to answer any questions and help you weigh up your options – without any obligation.
Depending on how different your new kitchen layout is, you may need to reroute water and/or gas supply pipes. You may also need new electrical work. We can carry this out as part of our kitchen installation service, using Gas Safe and NAPIT approved tradespeople – so you don’t have to arrange this separately.
That’s a tough one. It all depends what you want. Obviously, if you’re looking for something very high spec, the cost will be higher. Because every home is so different and every homeowner has individual requirements, we don’t provide a general figure. But if you want a quotation for your new kitchen project, we’d be happy to talk to you and work around your budget. Our aim is always to create a beautiful kitchen for you at a reasonable price.
We work with preferred suppliers like Magnet, Howden and Wickes because of their extensive contemporary ranges and good availability. They offer excellent value too. In addition, they provide a full (and free) kitchen planning service which helps make the most of your kitchen area and allows you to visualise your new kitchen. We are happy to fit a kitchen from most suppliers but please speak to us first for advice on issues such as availability and lead times.
Having a new kitchen is an ideal opportunity to update your kitchen appliances such as your cooker or fridge. And if you want a modern, seamless look, you’ll want fully integrated appliances. We’re happy to give you advice on which appliance brands tend to be the most reliable and which you may want to avoid.
No. We’ll happily discuss your requirements and give you recommendations without any obligation. Why not get in touch for a chat?
This depends on the size and the amount of work required. A small kitchen refit might typically take around 5-7 days, while a total refurbishment of a large kitchen (with new appliances, tiling and floor) might take 10-14 days. If building work is required (e.g. removing partition wall), allow longer. We’ll always give you an estimate of how long it will take. And we’ll try and schedule the work to minimise inconvenience to you.
We can include almost any type of worktop in your new kitchen, including solid wood (e.g. oak, walnut), granite, quartz, solid acrylic, marble and laminate. We’ll also advise you on any ongoing maintenance requirements, such as oiling a natural wood worktop. We can supply the following brands of worktop: Silstone, Minerva, Metis, Aria, Corian, Zeneth, Apolo SlabTec, Formica and many more. We will always aim to source your worktop at the best possible price.
It depends. If you’ve already got a decent, good quality floor, you may wish to keep it. But if your current floor has seen better days, a new kitchen is a good opportunity to install a new floor. Of course, you may feel that a stylish new floor is a big part of the new look you want for your kitchen. It’s always worth considering new flooring as it’s usually much easier and less disruptive to install one as part of a new kitchen installation. Talk to us about your flooring – the choices of material (e.g. tile, laminate, vinyl, engineered solid wood) have changed a lot in recent years – which means a lot of inspiring and affordable options.
We install kitchens across Cornwall, Devon and West Somerset. Occasionally, we will install kitchens further afield, so get in touch if you are unsure.