Free Installation On All Tesco Kitchens over £2000 - HotUKDeals
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After looking for a good priced new kitchen, I picked up a brochure in my local Tesco's and was surprised to not only see they have now started selling kitchens, but that they offered free installation for any kitchen that costs £2000 or more.

I have been looking at many kitchen deals over the past month, including B&Q and Homebase, and as most people will know who have had a kitchen installed, the fitting cost is one of the most expensive things on the bill. In fact, a recent quote that I had from B&Q made the installation almost as dear as the units. The fitting alone from B&Q would have set me back well over £2000!

I had a home visit today from a Tesco salesman and I can say that the cabinets and wood samples are very good quality indeed. I have saved over £1200 by buying a solid oak kitchen from Tesco (compared with B&Q.)

Also, you get double Tesco card points on your items too (which can be exchanged for 4x the value on the Tesco website.). I'm not sure how long this offer will be available, but take it from a person who has looked into the prices and the quality of the units - you would be a fool to look elsewhere right now, even with Homebase and B&Q with their heavily discounted units, Tesco still works out cheaper.
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#1
My kitchen cost £300 to fit the Joiner charged £150 a day and that included laying the floor, i did however rip the old units out myself , got the units and worktops from Howdens for £1400 and they are solid Oak doors similar to the Tesco Prague, that was for 9 units, worktop, wine rack

Looking at Tesco it's 3.5k for a similar Kitchen so does not look that cheap to me
#2
Deanos - What about plumbing and electrical costs?
#3
' free fitting ' is just a sales gimmick, come on hotukdealers should know better. I had my kitchen installed last year and it cost £900 for the electrician ( they must be part p registered now ) and £900 for 2 fitters for the week, and this was for a mid range kitchen from a local independent.
#4
Yeah, I suspect tesco are just offering a dry fit meaning you'll still have to get your own plumber and electricians in to finish the job.
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deanos
My kitchen cost £300 to fit the Joiner charged £150 a day and that included laying the floor, i did however rip the old units out myself , got the units and worktops from Howdens for £1400 and they are solid Oak doors similar to the Tesco Prague, that was for 9 units, worktop, wine rackLooking at Tesco it's 3.5k for a similar Kitchen so does not look that cheap to me

But looking at their website, Howdens are trade only. Do they give a 10 year guarantee on the kitchen and does it include appliances?
#6
The 'free fitting' does not include wiring or plumbing, but that would be asking a little much considering that B&Q wanted to charge me £2,300 to fit a kitchen. It does include them dismantling and taking away your old kitchen though. Tesco can supply the electrician and plumber at a cost of around £200 (for my job anyway.)

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