Mastercraft Kitchens Wellington (by Your Kitchen Limited) is owned by Tony and Sue Hawes.
Over the past 20 years the company has grown into the largest custom-built kitchen manufacturer in the Wellington Region.
We service Wellington Central, Porirua, Upper Hutt, Lower Hutt, Tawa, Petone, Naenae, Silverstream, Johnsonville, Te Aro, Newtown, Miramar, Rongatai, Wainuiomata, Pencarrow, Trentham, Timberlea and all surrounding areas.
Our goal is to exceed our client’s expectations, from the first meeting to completion of the project by providing quality products and service.
We specialise in designing, manufacturing and installing, mid to high-end kitchens and other joinery (including laundries, wardrobes, entertainment units) for Wellington’s homeowners.
The team is made up of operations manager Paul Lunn, production manager Nigel Dickson, along with sales and marketing manager Tony Hawes.
We also have a strong in-house kitchen design team of six people, and once you are happy with their work our manufacture and installation team will get working on your masterpiece.
Using their considerable skills and the latest machinery, they will turn your vision into a reality.
We are continually working to improve our product and service, and have implemented a robust quality control system, which together with our after installation check, means that the end product is something that we are proud of and leaves our clients very satisfied.
Ever since Covid 19 became part of our lives, kiwis have spent more time in our homes than ever. And we’ve seen things that can’t be unseen… like the state of our kitchens.
Action was needed, an army of homeowners got their ducks in a row, and the result is what we will call the GKF21… “The Great Kitchen Flood of 2021”.
And it’s not showing any sign of slowing down. Leading Economist Tony Alexander recently conducted his Spending Plans Survey and results are clear – confidence in spending is continuing to increase in the next 3-6 months. Spending on home renovations is second only to our plans to spend our hard-earned dosh on domestic travel.