FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
If you send through the information on the product we can assess it for you, and get back to you ASAP with an answer.
It’s a quality issue; wrapping is the quickest option of production but we prefer to paint our kitchen doors, because wrapped doors are known to peel and bubble over time.
Yes, we provide a full installation service by our in-house fitters.
Yes, but only on a like for like basis, which we are probably already cheaper on!
We have a unit in Wythenshawe, Manchester (Postcode: M23 9PH). Please note: showroom visits are available outside of opening hours by appointment only – so why not arrange to come and judge our quality for yourself?
Yes, within reason we can. If you let us know what size you require we can assess it for you. Contact us here to discuss your requirements.
It’s a shame that the industry has such a bad reputation, and obviously, we’re keen to explain that we’re very different! Take a look at the independent reviews on TrustPilot here to make up your own mind. The founder of Bee Cabinets is extremely customer service focused, a fact backed by our established sister company Kids Funtime Beds’ extremely high 9.9 TrustPilot score.
We are the manufacturer of our units, so you bypass the ‘middle man’, you don’t pay the usual commission and you have access to clearer prices and delivery times. Dealing direct is great for custom jobs too, because there’s little risk of crossed wires or confusion when no ‘middle man’ is involved. We also only have a small showroom, so with lower overheads we can offer you a better price.
Our delivery service only extends to North West England at the moment. We can usually accommodate delivery on a specified date, but if this isn’t possible we’ll make every effort to deliver as close to your preferred date as possible.
All our kitchens come with a 25 year guarantee. Our free standing furniture holds a 10 year guarantee against manufacturing fault. See our terms and conditions for more information.
The name Beespoke Kitchens came from the Manchester Bee, the proud symbol of Manchester’s industrial reputation and the spirit of Mancunian unity.