Why use a Nobilia kitchen on a residential project?





Take a look at the video to the to see the Nobilia factory process.

Quality and warranty


Backed by Nobilia's five year warranty and a service offering that includes keeping spare fronts and parts of any discountinued ranges, we have honoured every warranty claim since our inception in 2005.


Nobilia is DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 registered and also carries the RAL Golden M quality seal.  The requirements of these listings ensures that products are made to specification so that there are negligable warranty issues over the life of the kitchen.




Since 1946, Nobilia has been optimising the production processes.  


Today, the high degree of automation in Nobilia's high-performance production facility ensures that all sequences operate precisely and reliably, from goods inwards to product delivery.


A comprehensive manufacturing control system with more than 50 test sites within production guarantees a perfect process.


In addition, our design software integrates seamlessly with the Nobilia planning and production process to ensure speed and accuracy in fullfilling our orders.




Nobilia is the largest manufacturer of pre-assembled kitchen cupboards in the world.  With 2,650 highly skilled staff in two modern, highly automated and efficient factories in East-Westphalian Verl, 2,700 kitchens are produced every day.


Almost every third kitchen sold in Germany is a Nobilia kitchen whilst 38% of the kitchens produced by Nobilia are exported beyond the German borders.

Factory 2, Verl-Kaunitz

Factory 1, Verl

Factory 1, Verl



Our specialised kitchen designers across Southern Africa can assist in designing kitchens to meet the needs of your project.


With nearly 90 door fronts as well as a wide array of styles (from shaker to handleless), we are confident we can design a kitchen that will be enjoyed for years by the discerning home owner.


We offer a full design to installation service including appliances, worktops and splashbacks.



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