At Steelplan Kitchens, we understand that installing a new kitchen in your church can feel like a daunting task, with concerns over time, budgets and upheaval. But whether you’re after a full renovation or you have a small project in mind, we can help…
With spring in the air and the promise of lockdown lifting, there’s never been a better time to begin thinking about new opportunities in your church – starting with a new kitchen. Whether you’re still fundraising, have the budget ready to go or you’ve not quite pulled the committee together, if you want all the warmth and welcoming feel of a domestic kitchen but the robustness of a professional space, Steelplan Kitchens can get your project off the ground. Here, we explore what you can expect during the installation process.
If you’re thinking of a full renovation, now is the ideal time – with social distancing and COVID restrictions still in place, your church might a little emptier than usual, so work can take place and create minimal disruption to daily church operations. However, before you start ripping out the old units, there are several things to consider:
For some churches, a full renovation is either too expensive or unnecessary – in fact, if your kitchen is already the perfect size but just needs updating, a refurbishment is ideal. It also allows you to add new features to your kitchen, such as a serving hatch or a hot water boiler, making it easier to whip up 50 cups of tea in one go. The important things to consider here include:
At Steelplan Kitchens, we want to help you create a hygienic, safe, and friendly space for your congregation. Call us today on 0844 809 9186 to find out more about our robust worktops and top-quality appliances.
The inherent strength of metal and a combination of the benefits listed on this page mean that a steel Kitchen will far exceed the life expectancy of a standard wooden carcass kitchens in semi-commercial environments.
The polyester powder coated steel is impervious to water. No more swollen chipboard or rotting MDF.
The metal is fire resistant and the powder coat finish formulated so that no toxic fumes are emitted in the case of fire.
Unlike wooden/chipboard cabinets the Steelplan Kitchen carcass does not contain any material that may sustain, harbour or encourage insects or bacteria.
The powder coated finish means that the units can be kept to an extremely high level of cleanliness and hygiene at all times. Essential when used in health locations.
It looks great! The hidden steel backbone is dressed up with a choice of doors to produce whatever look and feel you want.