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Just wondering has anyone experience of purchasing a kitchen from Sabag in terms of service, quality and price
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We have a Sabag kitchen installed in a new build 12 years ago. No complaints at all...

We visited their showrooms Lucerne way. They were pleasant helpful and efficient. Pricewise it depends what you chose. It’s not Ikea or Jumbo...
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Did they send someone out to measure the Kitchen up before final purchase and deciding on exact details

Some german kitchen suppliers ask you to bring measurements with you but I like the idea that Sabag can manufacture to your exact needs

we have a budget of approx 45k for our 15m2 kitchen so we hope that should be more than sufficient to cover the kitchen and some top applicances
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Re: New Kitchen

All the kitchen design companies offer estimates, renderings and altogether different options (design, brands & material). Appliances are a non factor since you can get what you want from all of them - warranty terms can differ, surprisingly though
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Re: New Kitchen

I don't have experience with Sabag kitchens but have used them for other products without a problem. They are a commercial firm so there will be trade and retail prices for identical products, on kitchens this can be upto 25%. As a retail customer you will struggle to get this. Also note, your first point of contact will be who you are stuck with for the entire process unfortunately for one of my projects my clients already had consulted someone so politely put he was less than competent which soured the experience for an otherwise good company.

The more work you do in defining and designing what you require the better price you will receive. I would consider using an online planning tool to rough it out and then ask for their imput.
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Did they send someone out to measure the Kitchen up before final purchase and deciding on exact details

Some german kitchen suppliers ask you to bring measurements with you but I like the idea that Sabag can manufacture to your exact needs

we have a budget of approx 45k for our 15m2 kitchen so we hope that should be more than sufficient to cover the kitchen and some top applicances
Sabag were the „preferred“ kitchen and wet area suppliers of our developer. They were able to work from the floor plans provided. We did receive colour printouts in the 3D of the proposed design. But the view out of the window on their plans was much better than reality...
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The more work you do in defining and designing what you require the better price you will receive. I would consider using an online planning tool to rough it out and then ask for their imput.
That's a great idea.

I used the free Ikea tool for a Rational kitchen as it was a great starting point for the kitchen company we used here. They were then able to suggest a few good changes and improvements.
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