By Martin Hart on Thu 05 March 2020
With winter knocking on the door, it’s the perfect time to ensure that you are fully equipped for the coming months. That’s why we are here to help; we have comprised a list of essential fitting needed in any kitchen this winter.
High Quality Veneers
Veneers are very thin sheets of wood that can be added to furniture and flooring to change the appearance of a certain aspect of the room. If your client is wanting a brand new look to the kitchen floor without changing the flooring entirely, then a high quality veneer is definitely a good option.
These are incredibly useful during winter but they are also ideal if your client isn’t happy with their current radiator situation. Radiator grilles are great for covering up old, bulky radiators, and can also make the entire room look elegant at the same time.
Various Kitchen Appliances
This can be anything from your client wanting a carousel in their cupboards due to a lack of space to a brand new table that will fit the rustic aesthetic that they want. However, always make sure that the items that they want within the kitchen doesn’t obstruct the incredibly important work triangle; the area that links the refrigerator, sink, and stove together.
Doors, no matter where they are in the house, need to be maintained at all times. With the cold and damp weather coming, wooden doors can become bode and susceptible to mould. Therefore, if your clients require brand new doors within their home, they are definitely an essential in winter.
If there’s one important thing that you need to install or replace in your client’s kitchen, it’s the lights. With sunset being as early as five in the evening, you need to make sure that the right sort of light fixtures has been installed.
Make sure that they are bright enough so that it’s safe to cook and prepare food with ease, but also make sure that they don’t cost a lot of money to maintain in the long run.
At Hart Wholesale, we specialise in supplying all of these items, and much more, to tradesmen across the UK. If you want more information, then please don’t hesitate to contact us today. You can just give us a call today on 01702 614044 and one of our incredibly friendly members of staff will be more than happy to help.