Over 20 years’ experience
High Quality Kitchen Fitters & Installers in Glasgow
We at Kitchen Fitters Glasgow know that your home is at the very centre of your life and that your kitchen is at the very centre of your home, all of which makes design and installation of a brand new kitchen an important decision. Let us use our decades of experience to guide you seamlessly through the process of design, supply and installation of your brand new kitchen and become yet another of our many satisfied customers. We manage the entire project from start-to-finish to take all the potential stresses away and leave you with the pleasure of a beautiful, new, fully-fitted kitchen for you and your family to enjoy for years to come. If you’re looking for local kitchen fitters in Glasgow then look no further.
Why choose us?
Fitted kitchens in Glasgow
At Kitchen Fitters Glasgow we realize that there are many Glasgow kitchen installation companies to choose from, so why choose us? Our company has a dedicated team of trade professionals who, between them, have decades of kitchen installation experience. This expertise, combined with the fact that we are a locally-owned and operated firm (rather than one of those large, impersonal superstores) means that we get to know our customers as individuals, work hard to understand and promptly meet their needs and respect their homes. Our management team is very much hands-on and our Glasgow-based customer service line is a just local call away (no foreign call centers for us) which helps us to put you, the customer, first and ensure that you become another of our many satisfied customers. We can help you with the design of the kitchen so please ask us for help.
We also fit kitchens from Ikea, Magnet, Wickes, B&Q & others
✓ High-quality workmanship
✓ Twenty years’ experience
✓ UK-qualified joiners
✓ UK-qualified electricians
✓ Gas Safe Registered gas fitters
✓ No obligation estimates
✓ Affordable prices
✓ All work guaranteed
A selection of our kitchen projects
We cover all of Glasgow
Anderston, Anniesland, Auchenshuggle, Baillieston, Balornock, Barlanark, Barmulloch, Barrachnie, Barrowfield, Bearsden, Blackhill, Blairdardie, Blochairn,Botany, Bothwell, Braidfauld, Bridgeton, Bishopbriggs,Broomhill, Budhill, Calton, Camlachie, Cambuslang,Carmyle, Carntyne, Colston, Cowcaddens, Cowlairs, Craigend, Cranhill, Dalmarnock, Dennistoun, Dowanhill,Drumchapel, Easterhouse, Eastwood, East Renfrewshire,Firhill, Garnethill, Garrowhill, Garscadden, Garthamlock, Germiston, Gilshochill, Giffnock,Greenfield, Haghill, Hamiltonhill, High Possil, High Ruchill, Hillhead,Hogganfield, Hyndland, Jordanhill, Kelvindale, Kelvinside, Knightswood, Lambhill, Lightburn, Lilybank, Maryhill, Maryhill Park, Millerston,Milngavie, Milton, Mount Vernon, Netherton,Newton Mearns,Newbank, North Kelvinside, Park District, Parkhead, Partick, Partickhill, Possilpark, Provanhall, Provanmill, Queenslie, Riddrie, Robroyston, Royston, Ruchazie, Ruchill, Sandyhills,Scotstoun, Scotstounhill, Shawlands, Shettleston, Sighthill, Springboig, Springburn, Springhill, Stobhill, Summerston, Swinton, Temple, Tollcross, Townhead, Whiteinch, Woodlands, Yoker,Yorkhill.
Five facts about Glasgow
- The Mitchell Library, has grown into one of the largest public reference libraries in Europe, currently housing some 1.3 million books
- Hampden Football stadium was the biggest stadium in the world when it was built back in the 1920’s.
- The IMAX cinema at Glasgow Science Centre was the first IMAX cinema to be built in Scotland.
- The city’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum is home to a wide range of exhibits from a Supermarine Spitfire fighter plane to Salvador Dali’s iconic painting “Christ of St. John of the Cross”.
- Glasgow’s River Clyde was once home to a thriving and world-renowned shipbuilding industry, building ocean liners including the QE2 and the RMS Queen Mary and a host of Royal Navy warships