We are an award winning innovation company supporting kitchen installers with our product for over 9 years.
Our founders identified some serious issues in how manufacturers supply and expect base units to be installed.
They believed there has to be a better way.
And there is!
Our team have extensive experience
as kitchen installers. In fact, our products are
designed based on the frustrations they experienced
when on the tools.
Our adjustable spacer fixing,
is a hugely popular product amongst kitchen installers,
to date over 6 million have been sold worldwide.
This one fixing, saves money by reducing hardware.
You can say goodbye to L brackets, fixing screws, access holes
and cover caps. You only need to drill once per unit and let our adjustable friend do the rest by bridging the gap to create a very solid fixing.
Made from strong durable plastic, the Space-Plug Adjustable
Spacer Fixing comes in two convient sizes that bridge the gap
between standard base units
30-50mm - The “Reg”
45-80mm - The “XL”
It also comes in black and white and can be used
outdoors as people find other uses for our little friend!
Use the adjustable spacer fixing in 4 simple steps and you will be left wondering why hasn’t this been invented before.
Replace all these items
x2 L Brackets
x4 Raw Plugs
x2 720x50mm strip of cabinetry
With just these per base unit
1 Raw Plug
1 Space- Plug Adjustable Spacer Fixing
Drill Bit (Supplied)
Kitchen cabinetry out of the box is created 'with sides’. The sides are there to create a service void behind the cabinet. Once the floor cabinet has been constructed and is pushed up to the wall, the void is usually 30-70mm in depth. Our adjustable spacer fixing then can be fitted to securely fix the base unit to the wall. Wren Kitchens took one look at our product and said ’That is a no brainer’. Wren Kitchens sell their base units with our adjustable spacer fixing in the box.
Our adjustable spacer fixing also can be used on cabinetry with no sides. In fact we have many custom kitchen cabinet makers that have adopted our system called AFS (Advanced Fixing System). By using 2 adjustable spacer fixings per base cabinet, this replaces the need for sides as they can be adjusted to provide the exact distance required from the wall and work perfectly on uneven walls. Production costs are also kept down as each base unit requires less material. Chris Sharp Cabinets have been using our Advanced Fixing System for years.
We meet a lot of kitchen installers and they are all impressed by our little friend.
...fast, requires fewer fixing points, with each fixing having less pieces of hardware.
...flexible, you now have the entire cross-brace for fixing - avoid pipework or line up with studs.
..adjustable & provides complete freedom to fit as you want - stand off for wider work-tops, use easily if you are having to scribe - gets rid of annoying shims.
...accurate, no need to mark - simply fix whilst the unit is in place, exactly where you want it.
...professional, the only designed for purpose fixing, works great and leaves a fantastic looking finish.
...patented. A brand new concept in fitting kitchen base units - it’s an ingeniously simple method to secure furniture units.
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