When people are looking for help with installing a new kitchen, there are lots of services they need.

Here are some ideas to get you started:


Kitchen fitter
Kitchen fitters install and upgrade kitchens in new-build and other properties. As well as fitting complete kitchens, they fit new doors and worktops to existing units and build bespoke pantries and cupboards for boilers and other white goods. As well as carrying out work for private homeowners, kitchen fitters also fit kitchens in commercial premises such as restaurants, schools and housing association properties. Find out more >
Interior designer
Interior designers plan and create designs for internal spaces and manage the implementation of design projects in both newly built properties and those that are undergoing renovation. They provide design services to both homeowners and commercial clients, combining creative skills with an understanding of architecture and current interior trends. Find out more >
Wall and floor tiler
A wall and floor tiler installs and repairs wall and floor coverings for homeowners and for public sector and commercial organisations including schools, universities, housing associations, landlords and property developers. In addition to basic tiling, some tilers carry out more specialist work including period/restoration tiling, wet-room installation and underfloor heating installation. Find out more >
Plasterers apply different types of finish to interior walls and ceilings to prepare them for decorating. They also apply render and coatings to exterior walls. Plastering work is carried out on new-build properties and extensions to existing buildings, and to repair and maintain damaged wall surfaces. Some plasterers also provide related building services, such as wall and ceiling repair, painting, decorating and tiling. Find out more >