Modular kitchen reviews in Chennai - Magickwoods, Sleek kitchens, Mamre

Discussion in 'Housing' started by Ushkar, Aug 25, 2012.

  1. Ushkar

    Ushkar New IL'ite

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    Hello all,

    I am a new member to Indusladies.

    I stay in Chennai, and am looking to renovate my kitchen. While reviewing the list of modular kitchen providers in the city, I came across these three that looked interesting:

    1. Magickwoods
    2. Sleek
    3. Mamre (office in T Nagar)

    I would like to know if any of you have worked with these people, and what your experiences have been, in terms of:

    1. Costs
    2. Quality
    3. Time and delivery
    4. Customer support
    5. After sales service

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    Taks much in advance!

  2. venkatrao

    venkatrao New IL'ite

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    If you're renovating your kitchen, going down the modular kitchen route is the best option.

    I renovated my kitchen and went with Sleek Modular kitchen. I have been very pleased with the work and the features. To answer some of your specific questions,

    1. In general, modular kitchens aren't cheap. But one of the strongest reasons to choose sleek from the ones you've mentioned is the incredible value for money that the offer.

    2. SleekKitchen's quality is top notch. The fittings and the hinges are extremely reliable and my opinion is that they will have a long life.

    3. The delivery time in my opinion is quite reasonable. In days, not months, you'll get your kitchen.

    4. The foundation of every businesses success is how it engages with its customers. Sleek is top notch in this regard and I have always had great support from them.

    5. The after sales service is good, I had a call asking me for feedback. To be honest, I haven't had the need to contact the company for any problems whatsoever.
  3. Priyaraghu

    Priyaraghu New IL'ite

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    Modular kitchen is not about any brands. it completely depends on designers experience, knowledge and quality.

    Following things you need to check before going for any branded modular kitchen.
    1. Material for carcass and shutter.
    • particle board-- not recommended
    • compressed wood-- not recommended
    • engineering wood-- not recommended
    • MDF-- not recommended
    • MR ply(not marine ply; its moisture resistance ply; ISI303 grade) -- not recommended for fully modular kitchen
    • BWR ply(boiling water resistance; ISI303 grade)-- recommended
    • BWP ply(boiling water proof; ISI710 grade)-- recommended
    2. Accessories Quality and warranty.
    Runners(telescopic channels)
    SS Baskets
    Tandem boxes.​
    3. Read after sales service and warranty carefully.

    Whether you going for brand or non brand, ask above details to your vendor.


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