Frequently Asked Questions


Yes, Why not Our showrooms display a range of German kitchens in a variety of colours, along with an array of worktops, appliances and accessories. You can always book an appointment to visit our showrooms.
As simple as ABC.. Fill up the form and we will be in touch with you asap or contact us at 020 8427 7570 or info@kitchenshoppe.co.uk
All German Kitchens are built, assembled in Germany and gets delivered to you in UK once you have ordered. The waiting time is about 4-5 weeks.
Trade is Awesome… We love to deal with Contractors, Builders & Architects. If you are one of them, please email info@kitchenshoppe.co.uk with details of your project and we will be in touch promptly.

Approval for a loan is not guaranteed and you will need to go through an application process that will assess your financial circumstances and your ability to repay the loan.

Before a decision to grant credit is made, there will be a hard search of your credit file by the lender. This leaves a permanent record on your credit file.

Don’t worry, you’ll have a project manager from the day one, just speak to him and he’ll sort it out asap.
The Kitchen Shoppe will introduce you to the lender and give you information about the loan available, but will not give any financial advice. You will need to decide if the loan is right for you.
You have the right to cancel the loan agreement for any reason within 14 days of signing it. This is known as the statutory cooling-off period. If you want to cancel, you will need to contact the lender. If you do cancel the loan, but still wish to buy the goods or services provided by the trader, you will need to find another way of paying for them. In the case of the trader already having provided goods or services within the 14 day cooling-off period, you will still be liable to pay the trader for these.
The Kitchen Shoppe is the Finance introducer  (not credit broker or a lender) and introduces loans from a panel of lenders to finance various services such as home improvement form £1,000 to upto £25,000 (unsecured) and upto £100,000 (secured).
You should make sure that the monthly repayments are going to be affordable. You should be confident that you will have enough money left over after paying day to day expenses (such as mortgage or rent payments, food, transport, utilities, mobiles etc.) to make the repayments. You should also think about any future changes to your circumstances, i.e. redundancy, birth of children, illnesses etc. which could impact your income or expenses and therefore your ability to afford repayments. If you don't think you can afford the repayments, you should not take out a loan.