37 days ago

Winter Special on Kitchen Makeovers!

Kev from Kavanagh Kitchens Auckland

Hi Neighbours,

It's Kevin and the team here from Kavanagh Kitchens Auckland. We're running our WINTER PROMOTION for all kitchen makeovers.

THANK YOU FOR THE AMAZING RESPONSE SO FAR AND WE AIM TO GET IN TOUCH WITH EVERYONE ASAP!

AND THANK YOU FOR BUYING LOCAL!

Our amazing WINTER OFFER includes $1000 off the pre-tax price!!

Also, pay the deposit within 30 days of the quote and get all handles free to the value of up to $1000 through our top-end premium supplier at Archant.

Kitchen makeovers are a cost effective way of making use of the existing kitchen cabinetry and internal carcasses, not to mention a lot less hassle than building an entirely new kitchen

1.Replace kitchen doors, drawers & cupboards

2.Replace kitchen door handles and fittings

3.Install new, fitted kitchen worktops

4.Replace sinks and taps

5.Install new lighting

Kitchen Makeover Prices.

Small Kitchens - From $9,000 + GST
Medium Kitchens - From $12,500 + GST
Large Kitchens - From $15,000 + GST

We'd love to meet you and give you a quote. Inquire with us today!

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Should Kiwis be entitled to more sick leave?
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    13.9% Complete
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