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Reface advantages -- Smooth Service

We have recently refaced Mr & Mrs Macdonald from Airdrie’s kitchen. They kept their own worktops and only changed their kitchen’s doors, panels and tiles. Mr & Mrs Macdonald have chosen Kielder White Ash doors. Matt white ash is the perfect colour if you want to keep your kitchen light, classic and natural.  Woodgrain texture […]

letter3“Just had my kitchen done very pleased with it only took two days no hassle and very tidy work fitters and plumbers very helpful and explained everything 1st class customer service would definitely recommend them good value as well thank you”.
Mrs Doherty, Facebook

“Just got my kitchen done and I am very pleased with the outcome Andy worked extremely hard and the work was carried out with minimum fuss and in a very professional manner excellent value for money I would recommend reface to anyone”.
Mr Macphail, Facebook

“Delighted with my refaced kitchen the process was so straightforward no worries whatsoever the fitters Stuart and Ashleigh were so professional and tidied up as they went along will certainly recommend to family and friends”.
Mrs Black, Facebook

“The whole process was very professional from my first contact on the phone, the man that came to show me products and take my order. Then I received very high quality drawers, doors and 2 wall cabinets with glass doors. I will certainly recommend this company to my friends and family. Top class – i am very pleased with the whole process and product”.
Mr MacDonald, Uddingston,

letter2“Had our kitchen refitted and completely altered by Reface. They were excellent from start to finish from out first meeting with Barry through to Walters survey to work done by Stuart and his team everything was very professional and kitchen all fitted within two day. Must make a special mention for Ashleigh who works very competently and was friendly and helpful”.
Christine & Stuart Miller,

“Our new kitchen completed today is a joy to behold, we cant believe the change in how it looks with just one day’s work. The new doors and worktops have changed the look with a few extras added. The boys worked hard all day and left it all immaculate, the office staff couldn’t be more helpful, they have kept in touch through the full process. Everything was carried out to the letter, on time and all as expected”.
Mrs Collins,

Jackson Pine


Textured Worktops

Our new textured worktop range has something to offer everyone. We are introducing beautifully detailed, distinct and tactile wood finishes.
The increased demand for plain kitchen doors has created a greater scope for worktops to be more expressive. The trend is moving towards more natural tactile effects that can give your kitchen an authentic, eroded look. Textured woodgrain designs are becoming increasingly popular as well.




Back to the Nature

There is an increased emphasis on worktops moving further from perfection. Knots and cracks than were previously seen as a flaw or defect have become a trendy finish

The latest trends suggest that the interest in natural and authentic finishes is growing. Our contemporary wood effect worktops can help to achieve original top-class results. Oak, pine, walnut and fleetwood finishes with rustic characteristics will bring outdoors straight to your kitchen.

Focus on a fresh return to nature brings organic and natural aesthetics. Cracked wood effects with luxurious tactile finish offers a great look with a crude, untreated natural feel.




Different Shades of White

Simple white is said to be the interior colour of the year for 2016. As plain white might look too ordinary in your kitchen, light colour worktops are suggested to be highly textured.

White worktop will make a bold statement and the texture will give it some depth. Heavily textured surfaces allow the worktop to have a combination of both matt and gloss finishes — something gracefully different and trendy.

splashback1Splashbacks are growing popularity as an alternative to kitchen tiling or plastering. Not only do they make your kitchen look great but they also have a numerous advantages over traditional tiles.

1. Easy to look after
Due to their sleek and flat texture splashbacks are extremely easy to keep clean and look after. The smooth surface repels dirt and grease and unlike tiles they do not gather mould and grime in the grouting. There is no need to spend extra on advanced cleaning products, as simple everyday kitchen cleaning substances will be more that enough to wipe a splashback.

splashback22. Shiny detail
Splashbacks, especially glass ones, have an amazing shiny finish and reflects the light perfectly — not many tiles can offer this. Therefor splashback can be a smart choice when it comes to smaller kitchens with less light or lack of windows. They can also be advantageous during rainy or snowy days when there are less light in general. Without adding any extra lights you will have less shadow and more brightness in your kitchen.

3. Touch of Luxury
In addition to these practical advantages, Splashback will make your kitchen look modern and elegant. While clear and bright texture glass Splashbacks would give a luxurious touch, contrasting splashback colours like stainless steel or quartz effect can make a bold statement and add a hint of sophistication to the kitchen.

splashback34. Endless Choice
Whether you decide to go for a glass, contrasting or matching styles, the colour choice will be endless — from quiet pastel to bright and radiant colours they look great. If a plain colour is not what you are looking for, contrasting Splashbacks can offer finishes like chrome, silver, metal, quartz or wood.

With an almost endless choice of Splashback finishes available you will always find something to match your kitchen design, theme and style.