Questions about the cost of buying and installing a new kitchen is something we are very frequently asked. Obviously we can only offer answers based on our experience and the products and services we supply If you are completely starting over with new flooring, units, doors and appliances, you should expect to pay anything in the region of £5000 – £7000. This cost includes the materials and appliances as well as charges involved installation work.
Can I change the layout of my kitchen? Relocation of your sink or stove, in other words the positioning of plumbing points and electrical sockets, is a major cost-contributing factor. Exactly how much extra money would be needed depends on the size, location and layout of your kitchen. In any case, if you are able to stick to the original floor plan and structure of your kitchen, you will be able to minimise your renovation costs.
What flooring options do I have for my kitchen?
luxury vinyl are inexpensive flooring options for your kitchen. LVT flooring are hardwearing, easy to clean and resilient to water damage. Luxury vinyl has a high-quality finish and is available in the form of tiles or wood-looking planks. The material absorbs sound better than ceramic tiles and is warmer underfoot. Little bit of extra money on your flooring you could consider ceramic tiles or hardwood flooring
Your kitchen may be in a dangerous location with all those wires, so it’s critical to get a qualified electrician in to do any rewiring. This could vary in price depending on the size of the task and the number of home appliances you have
This depends on the size of the kitchen On average estimate it could take up to 5 days to fit all units. However, if you need to have the old kitchen stripped out and plastering, tiling, plumbing or electrical work, it could be 10 days.
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