Although the Kitchens by Mascari Ruddington showroom on Charles Street is temporarily closed again due to the latest Coronavirus lockdown, it needn’t prevent you from making plans for when the current restrictions are lifted.
Managing Director Rob Mascari and and Studio Manager Sam Mascari are still hard at work behind the scenes designing striking new kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms for customers. Rob has also put together a comprehensive new guide to help you choose.
“In these rather unprecedented times, we’ve temporarily closed the doors to our showroom. Of course we still have ongoing designs and installations due to commence but, with things on hold for the time being, I thought it may be the perfect time to encourage those who have been considering a new kitchen to make use of this spare time and plan ahead!” explains Rob.
“It’s very difficult to know where to start when planning an extension, new kitchen or living space. I have written a Buyer’s Guide to help anyone considering a new kitchen, whatever their budget.”
Rob hopes this 48 page digital booklet will help steer everybody down the route that works best for them. It includes:-
- Where to buy your kitchen from
- How to maximise and allocate your budget
- A overview of the popular technological trends
- An explanation of why kitchens all vary in price
- An breakdown and description of all the key components of a kitchen, including the pros and cons for each material choice
- A price comparison of all the different options, enabling you to compare quotations and options in a true like for like fashion.
You can find more information and download the booklet >>HERE<<.
Rob says: “The guide will help everybody save money but, most importantly, give the consumer more knowledge of how the process works before embarking on the journey. Over the next couple of weeks I will be writing a few posts offering plenty of tips and tricks as to how you can start thinking kitchens, all from the comfort of your living room! Hopefully you’ll find these fun as well as informative.”
You can see Rob’s blog >>HERE<<.
He adds: “If you are already in the process of kitchen shopping then please know we are available on the mobile telephone to have a chat about your project and explain what we can offer you by way of service and furniture.”