- "Respraying your kitchen is 97% carbon footprint saving rather than resurfacing."
- "This paint also has anti-bacterial properties in it which makes it the only one on the market of this calibre."
K[/dropcap]itchen Respray.com is the answer to all of your kitchen resurfacing needs. They have been in the business of respraying kitchens in Ireland for more than 20 years now. By providing the highest quality finishes, workmanship, and design consultation services.
Their 100% Irish owned company provides a wide variety of products and custom services that are certain to create the striking kitchen that you have always dreamed about. Kitchen Respray are so assured of Kitchen ReSpray’s highest degree of proficiency in Kitchen Respraying that they even guarantee our products and services for five years.
Kitchen Respray’s services also include worktop respray, all surface respray, furniture respray and commercial work. There are also three branches of this particular company dotted around in the country between Bray, Arklow and the main branch on the Kylemore Road.
Respraying your kitchen is 97% carbon footprint saving rather than resurfacing and it is at least 80% cheaper than replacing a kitchen. The business is booming and we’re working on approximately 30 kitchens a week. There is a big push towards the circular economy in the last few years, enthused Philip
“Customers can WhatsApp us a picture of their kitchen for an instant quote or send the image directly to our website where the team can also include a brochure of what we can offer the homeowner.
Generally we will spend around 40% longer working on a customers kitchen than any other respray company and we use paint that is exclusive to Kitchen Respray which has been specially formulated for us in collaboration with our paint paint manufacturers. This paint also has anti-bacterial properties in it which makes it the only one on the market of this calibre.
“The average kitchen including respraying the worktop would be less than €3,000. We can also supply and fit new hinges and handles,” he added.