At Timbercraft, we pride ourselves on the quality, style and functionality of all of the kitchens we supply and install.
As a quality supplier ourselves, we recognize good products when we see them and this is why we are more than happy to incorporate
the innovative Quooker boiling water taps as an optional part of our kitchen ranges.
So, What is Quooker Tap? You may have seen one, as they are becoming ever more popular in the industry as a clever and useful feature of a modern kitchen.
Invented, created and supplied by Quooker, a company from Holland, a boiling water tap is exactly what it say it is -
a tap that immediately dispenses boiling hot water from an external tap which is supplied from a hidden tank under the worktop.
It sounds like a simple invention, but it is extremely useful and makes your kitchen so much more time and energy efficient.
So many uses If you think of every time you need boiling water during the course of the time spent in your kitchen
and the time you waste filling kettles, boiling kettles and all the trips in between, a Quooker tap provides instant boiling water for you to:
❏ Make hot drinks like tea and coffee instantly
❏ Clean pans with a minimum of fuss
❏ Cooking vegetables quicker
❏ Boil eggs fast
❏ Sterilise baby bottles You get the picture - everything that requires hot water can be done more quickly and using less energy.
These ultra-safe, super-efficient high quality taps are available in 8 finishes and 3 different designs.
Surely they use a lot of energy keeping the water at boiling point?
That’s the really clever part - high-vacuum insulation technology means that a Quooker tap can keep the water at boiling point on standby for as little as 90p a month.
At www.timbercraft.ie we think that no kitchen is complete with it’s Quooker.
"Aine, Martin & Joe helped in creating my dream kitchen. The use of beautiful surfaces, technology and space, that made our kitchen child and user friendly. We are extremely proud of the high-quality products, delivered and fitted on schedule as agreed from the outset."