You may have had to turn business away in the past because your customer has a very limited budget and you have struggled to see how you can help them.
We want you to never have to turn potential customers away! Taking on small projects can often have a great impact on your business for a number of reasons. Taking on small projects is a great way to build relationships and gain trust; if your client is happy with the work (even if it only took you an hour), they are likely to choose you to carry out bigger projects in the future and also recommend you to others.
Often, your client may not be able to make all the changes they want to a kitchen with the money that they have but you can suggest making improvements to a few things listed below:
If the lighting in a kitchen is dim, it can make the room seem a lot duller than it actually is. Dim lighting in a kitchen is no good for practical reasons either!
Consider spotlighting important areas of the kitchen; it creates a great atmosphere and it provides practical benefits too.
If your customer wants to add some character to their kitchen, this can also be achieved with the use of lighting. For example, low hanging lights above a kitchen island or table make a statement and come in many different styles so you don’t need to worry about them not matching the existing kitchen.
Replacing only the doors on existing kitchen units will cost you/your customer a fraction of a full kitchen refit. There are hundreds of variations of kitchen doors to choose from so you can choose to keep with the current style of the kitchen or create a new look.
Kitchen floors get a lot of abuse; things often get spilled and sharp and heavy objects get dropped. Because of this, unless your client has invested in expensive, hard-wearing flooring, their kitchen floor is probably looking very tired and worn. But kitchen flooring doesn’t always have to be expensive. For example, polished concrete is gaining popularity in contemporary homes and is a great low-budget alternative to most wooden kitchen flooring. Get some ideas from this blog by The Spruce.
Good quality worktops are expensive and often there are large areas needing worktops and therefore a large quantity is needed. However, have you thought about mismatching your worktops? If you put some thought into the design, this will create a great, bespoke look in your kitchen and will mean your client will only have to purchase half the amount of worktop you initially thought they would!
Excellent service throughout. Professional workmen, I can not speak too highly of them, a really good job.
Lovely finish can not believe the transformation. Came on time, all workman did a wonderful job and were friendly and polite.
Mr & Mrs P of DE7
Fantastic, polite friendly service and fitting. Transformed very old kitchen into modern style at very little money. Would recommend to anyone.
I found the team to be delightful people and very trustworthy. In addition, they did the job for an amazingly good price.
Mrs H of Nottingham