Thousands of people have kitchens installed successfully. They ensure this by using a company registered with the Kitchen Specialists Association.
The mission of the KSA is to create a professional and stable trading environment in which the industry can prosper and consumers can enjoy peace-of-mind. As a national association the KSA looks to represent the country's reputable kitchen manufacturers and associated suppliers with a view to facilitating solution-driven resolutions between members and consumers and facilitate growth and education within the industry.
The KSA can only offer consumers assistance and protection if they choose to work with a registered member. Should you choose to work with a registered member the KSA will offer recourse and assistance with any legitimate complaint within one year of the date of purchase.
KSA members provide quality products by ensuring the best materials are used for the price quoted. Consumers thus have peace of mind and certainty that outstanding service before, during and after installation is provided.
The KSA Inspiration Gallery
Browse through just some of the beautiful kitchens
designed and installed by KSA members.
Latest news, courses and events
Don't miss the May edition of Africa Design Magazine with a KSA article on Going Green in the kitchen on page 19 as well as a feature on Blum.
This article that appeared in a JHB newspaper recently highlights how easy it is to be taken for a ride by unscrupulous operators in the kitchen industry. We are not saying that all companies who are not registered with the KSA are disreputable but what guarantees do you have? Working with a KSA member is the only way to put a safety net in place for recourse should something go wrong during the process of getting your new kitchen...
In order to offer a better consumer service the KSA will now be offering an inspection and report service on work done by non-KSA members. Consumers may now enlist the KSA to inspect work and draw up an objective report on the quality based on industry norms and the quote and drawings provided...
The KSA would like the public to be aware that there are companies in the market place falsely claiming to be members of the KSA.
KSA received information from a member of the public that a company in Gauteng called KL Projects
had assured him they were members of the KSA when they are not...