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How do I get stuff fitted in my kitchen

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I will soon be getting a new oven - electric - and a new hob - gas - and a new sink. Do I need an electrican and a gas fitter and a plumber or is there a special name for someone who can do all three.… Read More
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
I will soon be getting a new oven - electric - and a new hob - gas - and a new sink. Do I need an electrican and a gas fitter and a plumber or is there a special name for someone who can do all three. Also can anyone give me a rough idea of how much it is reasonable to charge for these things - old stuff will need to be removed too.

Thanks
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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Kitchen fitter :whistling:

You'll need a proper qualified electrician if theres rewiring to be done

Corgi registered Gas/boiler fitter if you're going to have a new gas/combi boiler..
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You can do the plumbing yourself but as ClarityoM says the rest has to be registered or/and qualified, my guess is that if you had to ask the question you should get someone in to do it all....
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Gas, Yes you need a " it's not corgi anymore fitter, can't remember the name it is now! some one on here must know what it is! and electric ,I would get some one to do it for you, not sure who though, probably cost you a bit!
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You wont need an electrician if you are just doing a like for like as hobs and cookers are just a normal plug. You do need a gas safe registered person to fit the hob though. I have just got home from fitting a new hob today and charge £60 so that should help on that. The sink can be fitted by anyone in theory.

Very few "kitchen fitters" can do hobs as they dont earn enough off of gas jobs to warrant the outlay for the qualifications.
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mosskeeto
my guess is that if you had to ask the question you should get someone in to do it all....


Yes, I'm afraid you're right. I don't have a clue but all thanks to you all for the help - REP added to all. Will get our yellow pages I think :thumbsup:
#6
All tradesmen know people in other trades.

Call a gas fitter, and ask him to recommend an electrician etc.

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