Commercial joinery and kitchen manufacturers
As leading joinery and kitchen manufacturers in the Waikato since 1965, we have an advanced design and manufacturing facility that enables us to take on projects of all sizes.
Our commercial projects team look after a range of clients both locally and in the greater Auckland area. Our projects include reception counters, hotel ‘in room’ fit-outs, classroom upgrades, storage fittings, and small to large scale residential subdivisions.
Kitchen manufacturers with a difference
You can invest a considerable amount of money in your new kitchen, so it’s vital that the finished product is incredibly durable, has a long service life and represents outstanding value for money. If you choose wisely, your kitchen will provide many years of trouble-free service and retain its good looks.
We know that increasing the longevity of your joinery is an important factor when choosing your materials and finishes. This is why we use moisture-resistant boards as standard. This prevents cabinets from swelling and degenerating. Fully waterproof boards are also available as an additional option.
All hardware that we use, including door runners and hinges, have a lifetime guarantee. We only use the highest quality and innovative European brands such as Blum, Hettich and Hafele. While inferior hardware used by some kitchen manufacturers may fail after a few years, you can rest assured ours will last the distance. The best thing is that you pay only a little more to enjoy the benefits of a far superior product.
Our in-house team includes designers who can provide planning and design advice, consultants who will co-ordinate our involvement in your project and maintain ongoing on-site liaison, specialist quantity surveyors, and full factory support.
We are full service joinery and kitchen manufacturers with a successful track record to give you complete confidence. We guarantee our quality service from day one through to completion.
Come on in and visit our kitchen and joinery showrooms in Hamilton and Mt. Maunganui.