What do we say to customers who think SieMatic is expensive?
Let’s get the elephant out of the room: SieMatic kitchens aren’t the cheapest.
From time to time, customers sometimes ask whether they really need to spend that money.
I get it; I’ve been known to hop down to IKEA for the cheapest version of something I need myself.
But if there’s one thing I’ve learned over the last few years, it’s that if you buy cheap, you buy twice.
Looking for a new set of wooden spoons or some plastic cutlery for your kids? Sure, IKEA is the go-to.
But kitchens are a different ballpark. When it comes to finding one that’ll stand the test of time, you’ve got to have a different approach.
And the ironic thing is that SieMatic kitchens often do last twice as long as the cheaper versions. So, when you do the maths, that means they offer better value for money. Much better.
See, your average kitchen will function for about 20 years. But SieMatic kitchens regularly last for 30 or even 40 years before you’d need to think about making a change.
Yes, they’re more expensive than some of the other similar brands. But when you break down the cost over the lifetime of the product, it turns out that SieMatic is the most cost-effective option out there.
It’s why people buy expensive handbags. Your cheap high street brands will look nice for a while but they’ll be in the bin within a couple of years.
My mum’s still rolling out her Mulberry 20 years after she bought it.
And that means her initial investment was well worth it.
So, if you’re considering going for SieMatic, but the price tag is putting you off, picture your future self sipping a Martini by the pool on the holidays you’ll take with the money you saved.