Do I Need a Kitchen Designer & a Kitchen Fitter?

By Your Home Admin 13 May 2023 12:24

A kitchen designer is responsible for creating the layout, design, and style of a kitchen, while a kitchen fitter is responsible for installing the kitchen components, including cabinets, countertops, appliances, and other fixtures. 

A kitchen designer will work with you to create a design that meets your needs and preferences, taking into account the size and layout of the room, your lifestyle, and your budget. They will usually create detailed plans and 3D renderings of the kitchen design, specifying the materials, finishes, and fixtures to be used. 

A kitchen fitter, on the other hand, will take the design plans and install the kitchen components, making sure that everything is level, plumb, and properly secured. They will also make any necessary adjustments or modifications to the design as needed during the installation process, such as trimming cabinets or adjusting the placement of appliances. 

While there can be some overlap between the roles of a kitchen designer and a kitchen fitter, they are two distinct professions that require different skill sets. Some kitchen design companies may offer both design and installation services, while others may specialize in one or the other. It's important to clarify what services a company offers before hiring them for your project. 

At Your Home Norwich we can offer you a complete project management whereby we do the design & the fitting of your kitchen, or equally we can just supply you with a kitchen & let you do the rest. Get in touch with your wish list. 01603 438410.