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Homebase partners with Bosch and NEFF to strengthen its complete kitchen offering

Published: 19 August 2020 - Neil Mead

Homebase is strengthening its kitchen offering with the launch of Bosch and NEFF appliances, joining other leading brands such as Hotpoint, Smeg and Indesit, to bring customers even more choice when it comes to creating the latest home trends.

 

The new partnership will help customers complete their dream kitchen, along with all the other finishing touches including flooring and tiling, with thousands of shades of paint from Dulux, Crown, Farrow & Ball, Craig & Rose, and Homebase's very own paint range and more.

This is supported by City & Guilds qualified designers who can help provide 3D designs for over 50 different kitchens. Free design consultations are available both virtually and in-store.

Homebase also works with Home Projects to offer a complete kitchen installation service, including the full fitting of any appliances and undertaking any electrical, plumbing, tiling and flooring requirements. For peace of mind, all work comes with a two-year workmanship guarantee.

Ian Penney, Business Director for Homebase Room Solutions, said: "The kitchen is the hub of the home and we know our customers are looking for inspiration for how they can make their busy lives easier.

"Embarking on a kitchen renovation can be daunting, but we're here to take the pain out of the journey. Our knowledgeable in-store experts are on hand to turn dream designs and all those Pinterest ideas into reality.

"A kitchen isn't just units and worktops, the appliances, paint, flooring and tiling, accessories are just as important – and we have something for every taste. We're really pleased to be partnering with Bosch and NEFF, to help bring our customers even more innovative and quality products."

Bosch and NEFF products will be available to view online and purchase in all Homebase stores from 19 August.

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