tailor made kitchens

AHM Installations offers a complete range of kitchens and joinery products designed for disabled people or those with limited mobility. This extensive collection spans all price points, ensuring that there is not only a style to suit every taste but also every budget. 

With our help you can design a bespoke kitchen so that you can to use your kitchen how you’d like to

Rise and Fall Kitchen Worktops

The rise and fall mechanism allows kitchen worktops to be set at various heights up to 3 metres, using a mechanical handle.  This includes the frame and adjustable legs and is available in 1 metre, 2 metre or 3 metre lengths.  The maximum load capacity is 150kg, and this is compatible with Induction, Electric or Ceramic hobs.  It is also compatible with sinks as long as they use the flexible plumbing kit.

60mm Plinth

This lowers the overall height of the unit to 820mm, giving greater accessibility to work surfaces and cabinets. Units can also be used with pull-out accessories to add functionality. A wide range of units are available using a 60mm plinth including drawer packs, appliance housing and hinged units (fitted with 170 degree hinges to provide greater accessibility where appropriate).


Kitchens made for easy living

223mm Plinth

This utilises standard height kitchen cabinets that are raised from the floor, enabling wheelchair footplates to pass underneath and giving greater access to work surfaces and cabinets. Drawer options and hinged doors are available (fitted with 170 degree hinges to provide greater accessibility where appropriate).

Buying from AHM is simple

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Call us or simply fill in the online form and let us know what you require.  We will get back to you with a quote or arrange a site visit



Once you accept the quotation we draft the designs for your approval – everything is then made to your specification


We arrange a suitable time to start, deliver everything to site,  once we have finished we clean up

Light Reflective Values

A light reflective value (LRV) describes the amount of light a surface reflects, defining the lightness or darkness of a colour on a scale of 0 to 99, with the higher the number, the lighter the colour.

By measuring the difference between LRV’s, visual contrast between surfaces can be measured. Visual contrast enables people with impaired vision to gather information about an environment, increasing confidence and independence.