What to expect when you decide to make your dream Kube kitchen a reality.
The Kube Planner: Use our kitchen planner to sketch your room and jot down any notes – don’t worry, it doesn’t have to be perfect – we always survey before ordering.
Browse the Kube range: Visit your nearest Kube showroom and browse our kitchen displays. Inspect the many finishes of doors, worktops and handles. It is a good idea to use this time to think through how you want to use your kitchen and what storage requirements you may have. Consider your cooking and refrigeration needs and likes, all of this will be really useful at the next stage when you will meet with a Kube Kitchen consultant.
First Meeting: Meet one of our qualified designers for your first design consultation. You should allow at least an hour for this meeting. The first consultation is critical to the success of your overall project. All your ideas and notes for your dream kitchen are discussed and captured in the first design brief. In order for the consultant to embark on a design they will require measurements of the room – either your architect’s plans or your own measurements. The second design meeting will be scheduled and the designer will use the intervening time to create a 3D design pack which will be customised just for you.
Designing your kitchen: Our kitchen designers will spend time reviewing the initial design brief, designing your kitchen and preparing a presentation including 3D drawings. This is all completed at absolutely no cost to you. Your initial design will be presented to you at the design meeting and it is a really exciting stage of the project. You will get the opportunity to delve into the plans and give your feedback. You will also discuss budgets and agree the requirements to move to the next step.
Surveying your space: In advance of placing your order, our installation team will survey your kitchen space. Taking detailed measurements and photographs, they relay this information to our designers who then create a very detailed order pack to include plumbing and electrical plans to aid your builder.
Placing your order with Kube: Following the survey, your order is finalised and agreed. The order is placed and our experienced Customer Services department will take charge. You will be kept informed of the delivery date of the kitchen. An installation date will depend on the delivery date of the kitchen coupled with the readiness of the room for installation. Our Customer Services team are there to help you through this stage of the project and will give guidance and assistance throughout.
Delivery and Installation: Your kitchen is delivered to site by our trained in-house delivery team. A Kube trained installer will be on site to install your kitchen. Installation of your kitchen will entirely depend on the size and intricacy of the design but will typically take between two and four days.
Finishing touches: A quartz, stone or wooden worktop will need to be templated after the kitchen installation and the finished worktop will be installed approximately 10 days later. Some electrical and plumbing connections later and your dream Kube kitchen is ready to be enjoyed.