kitchen installation and renovation works
kitchen installation and renovation works
kitchen installation and renovation works
kitchen installation and renovation works

2019

Kitchen Installation

Kitchen Installation – The Brief.

The kitchen in this project required a complete update including installation of all new units and worktops. The tiling of the entire ground floor area and the creation of opening in stone wall which lead to a newly created utility area were also realised . A new wood burner was then installed in the existing stone fireplace and the entire ground floor was repainted to the clients specifications.

The space was originally dark and the kitchen units and work surfaces were dated. We cleared the entire space of kitchen furniture wall ties etc to create a blank canvas to work from. One of the first things that we did was to relay a new tiled floor throughout the whole ground floor space, including the living area and entrance hall. Insulation and plaster boarding was then installed, being mindful of the RT2012 French regulations which determine the efficacy of the insulation used. **IMPORTANT** We always ensure that we are up to date with the current requirements, as it is important to obtain the optimum energy efficiency within a clients home. These regulations are also an obligation in mainatining our accreditation as an RGE certified artisan with Qualibat RGE

A new kitchen was sourced and fitted by our team of reliable suppliers and a granite worktop was cut and made to order Cuisinella. New windows and doors were also supplied and fitted by a local supplier we regularly use in the area Alnot Menuiserie.

A new heating system including new radiators and plumbing works were completed by Harrison Electricité, a regular collaborator with the Maison Bretagne team.

Following our clients brief we successfully created a new light, airy and contemporary kitchen, utility and living space throughout the entire ground floor area. See here to discover the whole range of renovation services Maison Bretagne has to offer

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