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In July 2013 we decided that in the New Year we would refit our kitchen and bathroom. After looking round at nearly a dozen different companies and suppliers we found that most would do the kitchen but not the bathroom and others the bathroom and not the kitchen and not one of them would take on the building work we wanted at the same time, as very few had the ability to not only fit both but manage the whole project which included:-
• Fitting a new boiler
• Bricking up the back door
• Installing French windows
• Removing three walls - one of which would involve fitting an RSJ plus all the associated plastering that goes with that sort of job.
• Installation of a fire suppression system

After some two months we realised there was only one company that could do everything we wanted, as we wanted, as well as manage the project.
From our first meeting to the three follow up meetings Alan and Ian were consummate professionals. They helped plan the layout of both kitchen and bathroom and also dealt with everything to do with the local planning office – a nightmare for the uninitiated especially as we were the first in the county to have the fire suppression system installed!

So, we agreed the date and at 08.00 on that day the first of what would over the next few weeks a stream of craftsmen arrived. We were very impressed that from the building work to the plastering, electrician, carpenter, plumber and the kitchen and bathroom fitters all went smoothly without any gaps. Everything was co-ordinated so as to make best use of their time – some even worked over the weekend to meet deadlines for colleagues starting their work the following Monday morning!

During the process our ideas were modified slightly as things progressed and as can happen with older properties things didn’t always materialise as expected however Alan, Ian and their team worked round the changes and challenges with us with enthusiasm and without complaint.
The result is the kitchen and bathroom we always wanted plus a great open plan look that makes use of the whole ground floor.

 
     
 

Fantastic transformation of this kitchen

Here we have a beautiful solid oak kitchen. We removed a wall and doorway to open the room to be a kitchen diner. You can see from the before pictures that the difference is stunning.

We have integrated appliances to go with the range cooker, Belfast sink and a Granite worktop. The customer bought their own brick tiles, these are cut out from real bricks, our tiler fitted them and we got a brick layer to point the brickwork.

We kept the original floor from the dining area and managed to extend it into the Kitchen. We also moved the consumer unit, this brought up additional problems with the electrics, but all was made safe by our electrician. New lights were fitted in the ceiling.

This design has really come together and the customer is overjoyed with the result.

As usual we brought together all the trades, Plasterer, Joiner, Plumber, Electrician, Kitchen Fitter, Tiler, and in this case Bricklayer. The work was completed on time apart from a small alteration which had to be done later and at no extra cost.

 
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Here we have a stunning kitchen. The original layout of the kitchen was incorporating two corners. Whilst this gave lots of work top space there wasn't much storage space once appliances had been fitted.

We took out a window and created a door out to the patio area. This then enabled us to have a straight run of kitchen units incorporating, dishwasher larder unit, sink and hob. On the other side we could house the oven and create a breakfast bar area with drawers under. As always when you can get drawer packs into the kitchen, your storage area seems to double.

"Fantastic kitchen at a fantastic price"

This kitchen includes, induction hob, integrated dishwasher, built in single oven, glass extractor, free standing american fridge freezer, glass splash back and upstand.

Solid wood worktops complimenting high gloss cream, built in bin/recycling centre. LED lights in the plinths and under the units, LED spotlights in the ceiling. The kitchen was decorated and we fitted a blind in the dining area."
 
     
 

Joanne and Ian wanted to change the downstairs of there house. They had a through lounge-dining room, with a door between the conservatory and the dining room. The plan was to put back the wall between the lounge and the dining room, create a kitchen in the dining room, and remove the walls between the old dining room and the conservatory.

We used concrete blocks to block up the wall between the lounge and the dining room, creating much better soundproofing than stud work. The sink is now against the lounge wall: one of the key points in doing this was to find a route for the waste pipe. I could see there was a drain at the front of the house so we ran the waste under the floor. We also blocked up two doorways moved two radiators and fitted a new door opening into the lounge. The new kitchen has plenty of storage so not many wall units were required. We were able to make a feature of the wall above the units by fitting illuminated glass shelves - this gave Joanne the opportunity to display some antique glasses.

You can see in the before picture the two walls which came down, the breakfast bar is now where the walls used to be. This involved engineers calculations and drawings and the fitting of three huge pieces of steel, work like this has to be done slowly and thoughtfully. We are fully insured to carry out work like this, but more important than that is our experience in doing the job right. We opened up the chimney to fit a range style cooker, thus giving the room a feature and utilises the chimney to remove any steam and cooking smells. We installed an instant hot water tap - the customers feed back is 'how did we live without it?'
Lighting had to be right on this kitchen we have used an array of lighting including, plinth lights, under unit lights, internal unit lights, spot lights in the ceiling wall lights in the conservatory and illuminated glass shelf lighting.

"We had seen a few kitchen companies for quotes but didn't feel at ease with them as we did with Alan and Ian and for the work that needed to be done they really are value for money. I would recommend Bolton Kitchens to anyone"    Joanne & Ian, Bury.

 
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We were referred to Jon and Elaine by a plumber who we use. He said "I have a customer who I have just fitted a boiler for they would like a new kitchen with lots more storage, but they also want a new back door, a new window and they want a company who can do everything".

We designed a no fuss high gloss oak kitchen with maximum pull out storage and drawers. We also went with a new double oven and integrated microwave, integrated fridge freezer, integrated dishwasher and an integrated washing machine.

The stairs came through the ceiling at one end so we customised units to allow for this. Along with all the electrics, tiling, joinery and window fitting service we also arranged a painter to paint the newly plastered room.

I can't believe how much extra storage we have, my wife has been out to buy extra stuff just so we can fill the cupboards, Thanks to Ian and Alan for doing everything we asked for and more.

Jon and Elaine.

 
     
 

It all starts with a door falling off.

Kitchens can be done to suit every budget. For this customer we re used all the free standing appliances, installed all new cabinets doors and worktops, including boxing the boiler and pipe work. We also managed to get the tiling done to the walls and floor within budget.

The end result was a great fitted kitchen, and as you can see from the pictures, a big difference.

 
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This stunning development was one of those jobs where you really felt you had made a difference. The work involved in transforming this kitchen is now all forgotten as the end product is now being enjoyed. To get to the original kitchen you had to walk down a corridor which made it seem detached from the rest of the house. Ian's idea was to remove the wall between the kitchen and the dining room but still retain the utility/boiler room at the end. This resulted in fitting new door and windows, raising the roof and fitting a new Velux window, vaulting the ceiling, pointing the outside. We also tiled the floor through even though they were different levels the joiner and tiler were able to fit the floor level, all the paperwork was taken care of including building regulation approval. The clean design of the maple kitchen gives the room enough light to flood through to the now 'internal' dining room. We also used many pull out units, drawers and tall wall units to get the most storage.

"We got in touch with Alan and Ian through their website, Ian came up with the idea to remove the wall and raise the roof in the kitchen, it was something we had thought about in the past but dismissed as we thought it would be too expensive. We discussed the idea with friends but we were still apprehensive about going ahead with the job, Alan and Ian came back to us with a price, not without visiting the site 3 or 4 times. They assured us the job was worth doing and would make a massive difference to the house. All we can say is they were right, Thanks again"

Tom and Cath.

 
     
 

Tony and Susan use the same web designer as us, they came to us through the link page on the web site.
They had strong ideas on what they wanted and together with Alan created a breathtaking design.


The Black gloss doors, with Sparkly worktop, Red Glass tiles and Polished floor tiles all compliment each other in this designer Kitchen.


Along with the supply and installation of this kitchen, we did all the tiling, supplied and fitted an upright radiator, striped all the walls, plastered the ceiling and fitted new spots, and fully decorated the room to give the customer a ‘turn key’ finish.

 

“ we are really pleased with our new kitchen it turned out much better than we were expecting. Thanks again to all involved”
Tony and Susan Chorley

 
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We were asked to modernise this kitchen for two elderly sisters. They were very keen to keep some of the original features, like the serving hatch, which we did by remaking the doors in a panel which matched the new kitchen doors.

"It was very important for us to use a company who we could trust and bolton kitchens did everything we wanted, They removed the old kitchen, plastered the room, fitted the new one with all electrics, tiling and plumbing, then they painted the new plaster so we all we had to do was fill up the cupboards."

We will always listen to our customers and provide them with the kitchen they want.
 

 
     
 

Mike and Lisa searched Google for kitchen fitters in the Chorley area, www.chorleykitchens.co.uk came up 1st and they gave Alan a call. Two days later Alan had visited there home and discussed their needs. Mike and Lisa were looking to remove a wall to make a kitchen diner.

A survey was then carried out by Ian and during this further work was discussed, which included plastering all the textured ceilings downstairs, fit a laminate floor from the front door, into the office and through to the dining kitchen and also replace the downstairs toilet suite. All this was carried out within the scheduled time and along with the striking black gloss kitchen. Mike wanted to keep the radiator in the dining area so we made units to the breakfast bar height. Kitchen includes, integrated appliances, wall lights and plinth lights.

This kitchen also features a splash back and no tiles. ‘From start to finish we have been impressed with ‘chorleykitchens’ everything we asked for and more was carried out without hesitation, Adam the fitter deserves a particular mention as his enthusiasm and eye to detail was second to none.'
Thanks again  Mike and Lisa Chorley

 
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Alex approached Bolton kitchens through the website, They wanted a “different kitchen” within a budget. Alan and Ian designed a kitchen to include a range cooker granite worktops and Belfast sink, as per specification. Alex wanted to have a chimney effect around the range cooker, but there was not enough room, we finally agreed to use dresser units with bridging units to achieve this. The original design was to have all the wall covered with dresser units, but during the installation Alex was unsure where he was going to put the microwave, we then changed the design during the Installation so the microwave could sit back against the wall, The end product looks great simple and stylish. New meets old, this is in an old cottage with new granite and old style Belfast sink and range cooker.
 

 
     
 

Nutkin Lodge is a holiday cottage in the lake district. The current owners bought the property a few years ago but have been worried about doing any work on the structure.
They wanted an apartment style feel to the place, when on holiday they all want to be in the same room at the same time. Roscoes, removed two walls, carpet, curtains and the old kitchen. We then plastered the room (to get rid of the artex). Fitted new solid wood floor with built in Floor mats, wall to wall. Supplied and fitted new solid oak kitchen, oven, hob, And extractor, Franke glass/stainless steel sink, integrated fridge, integrated dishwasher and pull out magic corner with the help of Harwood Kitchens.
Carried out all electric work including new storage heaters. Built a mock chimney to house electric fire. Fitted wall mounted TV, with secret power supply for DVD (no cables on show) Decorated the whole room.

“Ian Roscoe and his team did a smashing job, we live in Culcheth, Warrington so we were not able to visit Nutkin much whilst work was carried out, but Ian kept in touch and sorted problems out whenever they came up.” Mr. + Mrs. Whitaker
 
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"We had been looking at a few kitchen companies, but no one would build the 'mock' chimney to house a range cooker. Then we contacted , Alan came to see us to discuss our needs, nothing was to much trouble. They even sourced a 300 year old oak beam to go with the character of the house. We had removed a wall ourselves, the floors between the two rooms were different levels, Ian Roscoe and his team tiled the floor in the kitchen to bring the two floors level and refinished the wood floor in the dining area. We had chosen a solid oak kitchen with smart stone worktops, new range cooker, double Belfast sink, Microwave integrated in a wall unit, but we wanted to reuse our Fridge, Washing Machine and Dishwasher. Roscoes did the electrics, plastering, plumbing, tiling, Kitchen fitting, Smartstone worktop installing, sanded and oiled the floor, and finished of other joinery in the Kitchen. One other point, whilst Ian and Adam were doing the kitchen an old wardrobe door had come off, Adam refitted this without charging. Thanks to all involved with our new kitchen, WE LOVE IT."

Gareth and Sarah, Greenmount. Bury.

 

 
     
 
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