To help, Elfin Kitchens, has launched a new range of ‘How To’ guides on its new website – www.elfinkitchens.co.uk/.
Ranging from topics such as proper cleaning to installing the combination microwave oven the guides aim to provide advice on every area of Elfin’s compact kitchens.
While it might seem basic, such information can be of real use, both for tenants and landlords, especially as the kitchen is an area of heavy use.
There are many horror stories regarding damage to kitchens, issues over cleanliness and problems with appliances. As Elfin’s kitchens are powder coated steel and stainless steel, users need to be careful not to use abrasive sponges our scourers, which can damage the surfaces.
Elfin’s ‘How To’ guides also offer more technical information relating to installation, covering the electrics, water and waste. Such information and easy access to it has become increasingly important in the rental market for both landlords and tenants.
Compact kitchen pods designed specifically for tenancies and compact accommodation provide an ideal solution for many situations. Manufactured in a range of sizes, from as small as 900mm in length, an Elfin kitchen will provide the tenant with everything they need to store, prepare and cook food without encroaching on valuable floor space.
For the landlord, options such as this can also prove to be particularly cost effective, meaning properties can be updated easily with very little financial outlay.
Landlords conscious of cost will also be looking to select a kitchen solution that will last for many years to come, helping to further eradicate the long term costs normally involved.
From a logistical perspective, a compact kitchen unit provides the ideal solution in terms of installation, due to the ease with which it can be moved on site. For the landlord, this point may be of particular note in properties where space is very limited.
Supplied to site in a pre-built format, compact kitchen pods offer a ‘plug and play’ solution to kitchen refurbishment. This means services can be easily connected to the mains supply and ready to use in a matter of minutes, as the new ‘How To’ guides from Elfin demonstrate.