Wellington Place, Trim, Co. Meath
Tel: 046 9436761

Showroom opening hours
Due to Covid 19 our showrooms will operate by appointment only.

Heritage kitchens Ltd.… How we work…

The Process begins with you

Our most important consideration in the design process is you and ensuring that your handcrafted kitchen will be a perfect fit for your lifestyle while also reflecting both individuality and partiality for your day to day living.

It gives us great pride at Heritage Kitchens Ltd. to know that over 60% of our business comes from direct recommendations to family and friends from delighted customers who are completely satisfied with the service we provided and the craftsmanship involved in bringing their individual design to life.

Call in and see us

You are always welcome to visit our showroom, where you can stroll around our new extended showrooms with 15 fabulous kitchens on display to help give you great ideas on where to start on your own design.

While you are here we are happy to show you around and discuss your kitchen with a view to drawing up an initial plan for you.

The Design

Once our design team have drawn up an initial design concept and general layout for you, we will invite you back to our showrooms to discuss this and will also be able to talk to you about costing and, where applicable, visit you at your home to start the planning process. We are also available to meet your architect, builder or interior designer.

Bring the design to life

When you are happy with the outline plan for your individual hand crafted kitchen a deposit will be paid and the process will begin with an on site visit form our managing director.  At this stage he will take exact dimensions and with your approval of the completed design which will be presented to you in the form of a highly detailed Articad drawing.

Once all the details and specifications have been finalised and signed off we will start the custom build your kitchen and agree an installation date with you.

It is now that you can rest assure that every detail, both what the eye can see and what it cannot will be perfect.