Different people have different physical capabilities. Some are tall, others are short, and some want to be seated while working while others want to stand. So the kitchen in which so much work is being done should obviously be adaptable to the needs of any individual whether ambulant or a wheelchair user.

A lift system that enables cabinets and worktops to be adjusted to the required height not only makes the work much easier and more enjoyable but also comfortable. The lift system is very flexible for adaptation to various needs. Being able to adjust the height of worktops and units is a great help to almost everyone, and now you can adjust each individual kitchen component. Simple operating buttons sit on the edge of the work surface and with pressure sensitive safety bars, there is no risk of crushing or pinching of the user's legs.

Some of the features include ovens with side hinged doors, hobs with front controls, shallow depth sinks, lever taps, pullout dishdrawer dishwashers, adjustable working heights, fully adjustable wall units, just to name a few.

Being practical and safe doesn't mean it has to be clinical in appearance. The mechanisms, buttons and work surfaces combine in a stylish finish to compliment our extensive furniture range.

Disability Grant:
You may be eligible for a grant for all or part of the work your kitchen requires, please speak to your local council to find out more.
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