How we came to be
Having established AN Installations in 2002 and installed hundreds of kitchens for satisfied customers, we felt it was time to try something new. Something that saw us helping customers to design and pick the right kitchens and gave us much more involvement in the entire process from start to finish.
We put our care and love into everything we do which is why, when we decided to open a shop, we felt it appropriate to call our shop Love Kitchens. Because that’s what we do.
It was also important to us that we brought our love and attention to detail into our relationship with our customers.
No Sales People
As a small business we think it is important to keep our costs low, so we have no sales people adding the cost of a commission to your purchase
Owner managed, family run
When we opened the shop, it was very clear to us that this was to be a family business. We wanted to have complete control over every last detail of how we operate, we have an eye for detail. The owners (Adam and Diana Nash) run the business, Adam is to be found either in the shop or out with customers.
When Adam is not available in the shop you can find Diana there on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, or his mother-in-law Genny on Thursday and Friday, greeting visitors, answering the phone and e-mails and generally running things. The father in law also helps out with shop duties when extra cover is needed. Even the brother-in-law helps out with the website and other bits and pieces. Everyone involved in the shop has a truly vested interest in doing a great job for our customers and making the company a success, it also helps to keep our costs down and make us very competitively priced.
High Quality, Low Cost
Because we have direct relationships with a wide range of kitchen suppliers, we can source kitchens at much the same cost as large retail outlets.
Because we keep our costs low, we can usually beat quotes that customers have received from major high street names.