Carpenter Disadvantages

THE DISADVANTAGES OF CARPENTER-DESIGNED KITCHENS

Design Options

Limited options, depending on the carpenter's resources

Finish

Hand-made, and thus lacks precision, finish and quality

Planning & Design

Lacks the know-how of space management

You have little or no control on the final product

Durability

No guarantee

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Time Span
Depends on the efficiency of the carpenter.
Both fabrication and assembling is done on-site, means your home turns into a workshop for a very long time

After-Sales Service
Non-existent.

Cost-effectiveness
In terms of money spend - a cheaper option.
Convenience and looks deteriorate over usage, meaning more money spent servicing.

Design options
Minimal design alternatives. Designing if done, is very restricted.

Space Management
Cannot be adapted to accommodate specific space and storage issues.

Materials Constraints
Cabinets, mainly of particle board, does not suit Indian work styles or design preferences.

Range of Accessories
Limited options for internal accessories.

Services Offered
Provide only modular kitchen solutions.

After-Sales Service
Replacements, as well as After-Sales Service, is very troublesome.

Pricing
Extremely high priced.

Time Span
The delivery period is 3 months upwards due to imports.