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Kitchen Megathread. All fitting/ design queries here please

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anybody know of any deals out there on kitchens, ie which companies to use or avoid.

 

thanks

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It all depends on your budget. Jeff is a nice guy and would be a good person to talk to.

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Hi,

 

Could come out tomorrow and give you a quote, 25 years experience, David 07769811995 or 2305858

 

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Floor2Ceiling

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Hi,

 

Could come out tomorrow and give you a quote, 25 years experience, David 07769811995 or 2305858

 

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Floor2Ceiling

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Am looking for a shop which stocks a good range of kitchen tiles. Also need delivery as have no car. Any suggestions?

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Al Murad tiles just after the Meadowhall retail park on your left if you are heading towards city centre, always have a good selection and decent prices.

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Ikea have a great on-line kitchen design program. You enter your room dimensions and pick and place what units you want. Did it with a friend the other day, it was very easy to use. Came out at 1200quid for her full kitchen.

 

Ebay if you want cheap. Lots of people sell their old kitchens.

 

You still need it fitted though.

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We have a large showroom and factory and can offer a fully bespoke service on units so your not stuck with the standard width units like most companies offer,

We do a free measure and design service with colour cad drawings, we deal with most appliance manufactures as well. http://www.nankivells.com

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Hi,

 

We're looking to get a new kitchen, this would include ripping out the existing kitchen and fitting the new kitchen. Is it generally less expensive to buy the units and get someone independent in to fit, or go with the the company supplying the units? I only ask as we have started looking, and places such as Ikea and Magnet seem to be hinting that the cost of fitting would be similar to the cost of the kitchen - is that correct, seems quite steep to me...

 

Thanks,

Kitty

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