Boiling water on demand

Cumbersome and slow to boil water, kettles are now routinely being replaced by hot water taps. And on most self-builders’ kitchen wish list is the market leading Quooker tap, delivering instant 100degC boiling water alongside regular hot and cold. But quality comes at a price.

Enter Make Interiors, a Belfast based fit-out company that recently became a Quooker Direct Buyer. This accolade means that Make is now buying the taps at trade prices, and not through a distributor, passing on the savings to their customers who order a kitchen from them.

The Quooker system consists of a small tank that acts like a vacuum flask, connected to the water mains on one end, and to the tap on the other. The air in the insulated wall is so thin that the heat is unable to escape. It therefore takes very little energy (just 10 Watts) to keep the water in the tank at boiling point.

Find out more from Make Interiors,

About Make:

Our staff are kitchen designers. They will advise of the best design and style to suit the budget ,shape and size of the room. We are aware of the practical needs for everyday living, while at the same time creating the edge to give you the individual character you demand.

All our units and doors are manufactured and sourced in the local market. This ensures we can constantly monitor and maintain the high Quality of our product and allows us to ensure we deliver when we Promise.

We know Price matters. Our confidence in the Professionalism and Quality of our company, and because we supply you with a new kitchen by the simplest means possible, allows us to do one more important thing – Promise to Beat Any Quote.

One initial visit to our showroom with your measurements is all that is required to see how your new kitchen can look. Using the latest design software presented to you on large plasma screens our designers will take you on a 3D journey of your new kitchen

Visit our showroom in Boucher Crescent Belfast and let us show you how we can, Make It Different

This post is sponsored content and first appeared in the Autumn 2021 edition of Selfbuild magazine.

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Written by Astrid Madsen

Astrid Madsen is the editor of SelfBuild & Improve Your Home magazine. She previously held the same role in an Irish trade publication, before that she worked at the National Standards Authority of Ireland. She graduated with a BA in Urban Studies from Columbia University in New York and holds an MBA from the Instituto de Estudios Bursatiles in Madrid. France of origin, she now lives in Portarlington, County Laois, where she's taken on the task of renovating a listed building! Email

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