With more than 75 years of experience providing high quality German kitchens, ALNO has built a sterling reputation across the UK and throughout the industry.
However, despite being held in high regard, ALNO kitchens are typically more expensive than Pronorm kitchens – so which is the right option for you?
ALNO can certainly offer some exceptional German kitchens. For example, there are the ALNO Star Natureline and ALNO Shine ranges, with their high-gloss, white laminate features and carbon-oak veneer; while ALNO Chic includes white and high gloss olive brown with ALNO Flash champagne units; and then there’s ALNO Art Pro with black and white doors and a feature island.
However, compare these to the Pronorm Y Line range, an eye-catching line of premium kitchens that boast the absolute best in ergonomic design and that feature only the finest materials and modern colour shades that will give your kitchen a distinctive look that ensures it stands out from the crowd. Indeed there are other Pronorm kitchens to choose from too, including Pronorm Classicline with a choice of design and planning options to meet your individual needs.
German kitchen supplier Ekco can provide Pronorm kitchens throughout Scotland. So if you’re currently considering ALNO kitchens, why not get a design and quotation from Ekco for a Pronorm kitchen too? Its kitchen designers are confident they can provide the quality you’re looking for, but, with Alno more expensive, they can save you money too.
So if you want quality kitchens at the right price, get in touch with the kitchen designers at Ekco now.