Kitchen Connection and Wallspan

Kitchen Connection and Wallspan The Kitchen Connection and Wallspan brands are Australia’s largest standalone retailer specialising in kitchens and wardrobes. Operating high-end showrooms across South East Queensland and Newcastle (NSW), the Kitchen Connection brand has solidified its market leadership with strong showroom visitation and strong product reviews of both its wardrobe and kitchen projects. Similarly, Wallspan has cemented its leading presence within the South Australian market with four state of the art showrooms across Adelaide and product reviews of an even higher standard. Both Kitchen Connection and Wallspan offer inspirational and affordable Australian made kitchens and wardrobes. Specialising in the “do it for me” segment of the market, these brands offer customers a seamless project experience from design inception through to installation and finishing.   The ability to manage every aspect for the client from product selection through to sourcing and managing trades ensures a smooth process. Backed by the industry’s leading kitchen and wardrobe suppliers, quality is key for both brands offering an extensive product and workmanship warranty. Cutting edge technology and a propriety CRM software ensures quality products are consistently produced in a timey manner.  Each project is individually tailored to suit the customer’s requirements and the use of 3D computer aided design ensures customers can see their dream kitchen designed and priced  within their own home. KWB Group Managing Director Mr John Bourke advised, “We are all about providing a customer experience that is second to none. From the time customers enter one of our showrooms through to the installation and completion of their kitchen or wardrobe, we aim to delight the customer. Excellence in service and superior quality is fundamental to our business and future success.” “We know that positive customer experiences will in turn create future referral business. So ensuring that we deliver to the customers’ expectations remains our first priority,” Mr Bourke concluded.kitchen
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