Homegrown and family-owned Irish brand, Cash & Carry Kitchens, has launched a new campaign to highlight its unrivalled expertise in the design, manufacture, and installation of quality kitchens. The campaign, called ‘Ask the Experts’, celebrates Cash & Carry Kitchens’ sponsorship of Home Rescue: The Big Fix on RTÉ2, further positioning the company as leaders in the Irish kitchen market.
The show, Home Rescue: The Big Fix which airs on RTÉ2 on Thursday, 13th April at 9.30pm, sees six ordinary homes renovated and redesigned in just five days. Designer Deirdre Coleman and builder Peter Finn work together to declutter, refurbish, and rescue a family’s home, giving it new life. As sponsors of the show, Cash & Carry Kitchens features in three episodes transforming dark, cramped and badly designed kitchen spaces into bright, spacious and expertly designed rooms. Two of the brand’s best-loved kitchens feature in the show; The Augusta, a modern heritage style kitchen which is available in five colours, and The Modica, a contemporary kitchen available in dust grey and forest green.
With almost 45 years’ experience in the industry, Cash & Carry Kitchens has 17 showrooms nationwide and professional designers on hand to offer complimentary one-on-one expert consultations. Cash & Carry Kitchens are manufactured in a 130,000 square foot factory in County Cork, using materials from top European manufacturers. Cash & Carry Kitchens assemble designs in the factory to ensure the highest quality, resulting in a less disruptive and more efficient installation service. The state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Castlemartyr has been employing highly skilled local tradesman for over four decades.
Cash & Carry Kitchen’s expert designers have years of experience, and they use this experience and knowledge to help create a final design that meets the customer’s every need. The designers start with the homeowner’s dimensions and inspirations, and then they work to create a functional and stylish kitchen. The average wait from design consultation to a fully fitted kitchen is 6 weeks.
Speaking about the new sponsorship, Elaine Murphy, Cash & Carry Kitchens, Marketing Manager, said: “We are delighted to launch our new campaign, ‘Ask the Experts’, in conjunction with the sponsorship of Home Rescue: The Big Fix on RTE2. Our new ‘Ask the Experts’ campaign and this sponsorship amplifies our four decades of experience in providing customers with expertly designed kitchens. We look forward to seeing The Augusta and Modica kitchens on the big screen on RTE 2 over the coming weeks, and we hope that we inspire homeowners across Ireland to book a consultation with us to rescue their own kitchen.”