Specialising in kitchens and joinery, Benchmarx is a chain of home improvement stores in the United Kingdom. Benchmarx provides customers with the ability to design, purchase and have a kitchen installed on their property that suits their style, needs and their budget as closely as possible. Their range of kitchens cover different periods and their accompanying styles. You can choose from a range of materials, colors and styles. Customers can also choose to get simple-to-assemble kitchens and individual products such as taps, appliances or worktops rather than buying a whole new kitchen. Other products include heating systems, doors, windows and tools for those customers wanting to install their new items themselves.

Known for providing quality at a great price, Benchmarx has grown exceptionally well over their history to now have more than 180 branches of their stores across the UK.  They have aimed to serve both the trade and home markets.

Benchmarx Opening Times and Store Locations Locations

If you are looking for a Benchmarx establishment near you then it would be best advised to look through our list at Most branches will be located on industrial estates or on the high street. London, Liverpool, Birmingham and other big cities will be where the most branches are found but there is a good spread of stores throughout the UK. Their now iconic modern looking logo is easy to spot and once inside you will be met with a high quality of customer service and a broad range of products to choose from.

Almost all Benchmarx opening times are the same but it is worth checking for the specific store’s opening times beforehand. Benchmarx opening times are usually standard during the week, which are between 8 AM to 5 PM, while they will be open on Saturdays from 8 AM until 12 PM. On, Sundays they are usually closed and on holidays such as Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and over Easter on Easter Monday and Good Friday you should expect to see variations in Benchmarx opening times. To check an establishment’s business hours near you, you can consult all Benchmarx opening times of any store and at any time of the year by using the branch locator at

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Benchmarx

Benchmarx has become a leading ready-assembled kitchen specialist in the UK but not many will know these short facts about the company:

  1. Benchmarx is currently owned and operated by Travis Perkins PLC
  2. Currently partnering with Macmillan Cancer Relief, Benchmarx has always made strong efforts to raise money for charity
  3. Another example of this is their Payroll Giving initiative which allows their employees to directly give to charity from their salary – with the company matching anything given
  4. Currently, there are around 1,000 employees working for Benchmarx in the UK
  5. Benchmarx, though known then as Pendlecrest Limited. was founded in 1993 but already has close to 200 stores nationwide

Products and Services

Benchmarx sells a range of quality ready assembled kitchens that have been designed to be durable and look fantastic. There is a wide selection of styles so that all tastes can be accommodated and they have always offered fantastic value for money. This is showcased further with the free home surveys that they will perform and the comprehensive guarantees that they hand out with all of their products.

As well as kitchens, Benchmarx offers handles & accessories, worktops, kitchen appliances, flooring and underfloor heating, doors & windows and even sells the tools you may need to use to install your products. Their team of experienced and qualified tradesmen will also come and fit your products into your home. All of this comes with a solid guarantee, some great prices and an end result that will leave your friends, family and neighbors green with envy.  Benchworx also supply the trade with the full range of kitchens and accessories, but are able to work with installers for personal buyers who simply want to install or upgrade their own kitchens.

A Brief History

The company behind Benchmark was originally Pendlecrest Limited which was founded in 1993. That name changed a number of times to Anthony Horton Limited the very same year, Fox Kitchens and Joinery Limited in 2006 and then once again in 2006 to Benchmarx once bought out by the Travis Perkins Group.

Travis Perkins owns a number of successful chains and it has been under their ownership that they have really been able to flourish. They now have close to 200 stores nationwide and this number looks like it will only increase over the coming years.

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