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On a rolling basis, we refurbish kitchens to help keep them contemporary and in a state of good repair. Maintaining Aragon Housing Association's properties in good order is one of our long-term objectives and is a key part of our ongoing 30 year major works improvement plan.
As part of the improvement process, you will:
be fully involved in planning your new kitchen
be able to design the layout around your existing appliances
choose the colour of the floor, wall tiles, cupboards, walls and worktop
always be left with a useable kitchen.
After we have informed you that your kitchen refit is due, we will arrange a convenient date to visit, and explain how your kitchen will be improved. We will measure the kitchen area so that we can design your new kitchen based on your preferences.
We will return a few weeks later with the plans, so that you are comfortable with the way your new kitchen will look. Once you are happy and have signed off the plans, our kitchen installers will contact you to schedule the most convenient time to start the work.
Every year we update the colour choices with the least popular colour from the previous year being replaced. Our Customer Committee chooses the replacement colour scheme, ensuring that whatever colour scheme you choose, your kitchen will always be modern and stylish.
Our customer satisfaction levels indicate that our tenants are very pleased with their new kitchen installation. Tenants that responded were 100% happy with the service they received, and equally happy with the workmanship and quality of their finished kitchen.
Please take time to view our kitchen samples.
Kitchen Colour Choice
“I am over the moon with my new kitchen, and was surprised that there was so little inconvenience and upheaval for such a mammoth job”
Mrs W, Westoning
“They all left my kitchen clean and tidy, even though I wasn’t at home. They have all done an excellent job and everything had an excellent quality finish. So many people are quick to complain these days and I believe that great work should be recognised and praised”.
Mrs H, Flitwick