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How much does it cost to replace a kitchen?

5 Answers

Answered by Copperoak Property Services ltd

3rd October 2019

Copperoak Property Services ltd answered the question "How much does it cost to replace a kitchen?"

Each kitchen installation has its own unique variables so there is no easy way to give average costs. Usually we’d remove the kitchen units, wall and floor coverings and the ceiling. We’d run new cabling and plumbing throughout. Re board the ceiling and plaster the room. Then fit the units, worktops, tiles and then decorate. As there are so many ranges in kitchens, work tops, appliances, tiles etc it’s impossible to give rough costs without further information

Answered by MJW INTERIORS

23rd September 2019

MJW INTERIORS answered the question "How much does it cost to replace a kitchen?"

This is an impossible question to answer, a kitchen can cost as much of as little as you like depending on your budget and how much you want to spend. I would always advise making what you want a priority over what you can afford, to a degree that is. There’s no point buying something you don’t really like as you’ll never be truly happy with it.

Answered by O'Brien Property Maintenance

7th March 2019

O'Brien Property Maintenance answered the question "How much does it cost to replace a kitchen?"

The cost of a kitchen is purely down to spec you choose condition of current kitchen in terms of walls floors do they need plastering, floor levelling, are the Electical up to standards to take any additions, there are many other things to take into consideration. So to ask a question how much is simply an impossible quotation to ask.

Answered by L Kennedy Property

28th February 2019

L Kennedy Property answered the question "How much does it cost to replace a kitchen?"

An impossible question to answer simply, even if you are just replacing the kitchen units and work tops then you will have to consider ; •How big is your kitchen. •The type and therefore cost of the individual units. •Are you buying flat pack or pre assembled units. •Will the existing kitchen be removed prior to any trades starting. All I can say is that I change £100 per day plus any materials that I supply plus the cost of your chosen kitchen.

Answered by Thoroughbuild UK Services Ltd

10th February 2019

Thoroughbuild UK Services Ltd answered the question "How much does it cost to replace a kitchen?"

The cost of replacing your kitchen depends on SO many factors! You first need to work out your budget and then go from there. If you are on a very tight budget you can opt for a flatpack kitchen which will be cheaper to purchase - however we find this to be a false economy situation as it will take you much longer to assemble, plus if you are hiring a tradesman to fit it, it will only cost you more for their time to construct it! You also have to consider that the quality will not be very good, as the units will only be screwed, not glued. Plus if your fitter is not so skilled, your units may not be aligned perfectly. The door fascia you choose for your kitchen will also make a difference to the cost. For instance a solid wood inframe painted door will be considerably more money than a matt mdf door. There are many options available nowadays though and this will be spoken about during the design process. Your worktops also need to be considered - laminate worktops are far cheaper than say, granite or quartz. Solid oak worktops are high maintenance but look lovely if you are prepared to look after them well. Are you buying appliances? Free standing appliances are cheaper than integrated ones, but if you want your kitchen to look more streamlined, integrated appliances achieve this look very well. Accessories such as plinth lighting, under counter lighting etc gives your kitchen that bit of edge, but again, this adds to the cost. Then, you need to consider if you are having any other building work done alongside your new kitchen? Plastering, new ceiling, LED lighting, decorating, a new tiled floor, tiling etc? Does the electrical plug points, plumbing or gas pipes need to be altered for your new kitchen layout? All these things need to be taken into consideration for your perfect new kitchen :)

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