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Best place to get kitchen fitted.. + if any quidco/ TCB recommendations

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Looking to fit out the kitchen, going to need everything new, range style cooker, fridge, tiles cupboards etc. Wondering if anyone has any advice on where to purchase this stuff from? would you g…
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
Looking to fit out the kitchen, going to need everything new, range style cooker, fridge, tiles cupboards etc.

Wondering if anyone has any advice on where to purchase this stuff from? would you go direct to one supplier or purchase appliances yourself then get a fitter to sort everything out?

Any help is appreciated
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
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#1
I quite like ikea, I have a b&q ithe kitchen, not Overly pleased nor unpleased, but i got ikea units for the utility and really liked the choice.
The cabinets came in all sizes as low as 20cm wide so could Taylor to the exact lengths of the room, came with plenty of internal storage options and accessories
They were an absolute doodle to put up, intact I started at about 8 in the evening with the intention of just building a few of the cupboards up and before i knew it they were all up and hanging, just needed to fix the bottom ones in the following day

My next kitchen is gonna be a nice one hopefully, so im either going for a moben or ikea
#2
Hi, I got an ikea kitchen in 2007 and I am still very chuffed with it. Very good quality. However, I planned it and just bought the units, appliances - whirlpool from ikea. I then got a private fitter who only charged £150 per day. I bought tiles, etc from topp tiles and he fitted all the units, tiled the walls and did the flooring. Still very happy :)
#3
Don't go to moben they are terrible.
You would be better off going to a manufacturer and getting them to sort all the appliances. I did it all separately and it was a complete nightmare if though I work in the kitchen industry.
If you need recommendations for a company near where you live pm me where you are and I can suggest somewhere.
#4
306notout
Don't go to moben they are terrible.
You would be better off going to a manufacturer and getting them to sort all the appliances. I did it all separately and it was a complete nightmare if though I work in the kitchen industry.
If you need recommendations for a company near where you live pm me where you are and I can suggest somewhere.


Im not planning it for a whilst yet, need to move first
#5
We are also looking to get a new kitchen soon. We live in Stockport so have quite a lot of places to choose from. I love the look of the ikea kitchens but don't know where to start to plan etc.
#6
We had a new boiler fitted under the boiler scrappage scheme and asked the plumbers (local Alpha Plumbing) about replacing the kitchen too, so that we were not dealing with two contractors. They recommended and fitted a Howden kitchen.

Before deciding who to use, we visited several showrooms, one of which was our local Howden showroom (for trade only but they could not have been more helpful and provided a lot of info about the fittings etc.) We were very impressed by their customer service. (One of the fitters said that they have a connection with B&Q, which implied that B&Q use them for supplies.)

http://www.howdens.com/product-range/kitchen-collection/

However, the plumbing contractor was the kingpin to the scheme and he sorted everything, even down to the colour of the grouting in the floor tiles. He found a tiler and chippy and electrician, who were all subcontracted. If there was anything we were not happy about, we contacted him.

During our research we 'phoned the Alpha Plumbing contractor for quote details and other questions. He always replied to our messages within the hour; a good indication that he would (and did) provide excellent service. He visited regularly with samples of tiles etc. and took into account that we wanted to keep some white goods and buy new from other suppliers.

Every time that we visited B&Q or Ikea or Wykes etc., we saw a different salesperson, who just wanted us to buy a kitchen. It is so important to have one person as a project manager and maybe these firms do that too but we were very happy with the service we had from a small local business.

Edited By: palspal on Jan 02, 2011 22:56

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