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  • Property-a-holics

    Comparison chart for kitchens for refurbs

    Thought I’d share some research I’ve been doing in preparation for a renovation. I have always used b and q before, but looking at IKEA and diy kitchens on the back of this which review

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    I used IKEA in my first property. It was quite straightforward but be aware that there is no space in the back for pipes, so you need to cut this away.

    I have bought a Wickes kitchen (on recommendation) to try in my next one, but am unlikely to start installation until at least next weekend now.

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    Ikea cupboards are also a different size to standard so just check they'd be alright in the space.

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    Never had a problem with howdens, jewsons is another worth looking at.

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    We took advantage of a Wickes deal on the last refurb very straight forward install, despite being a flat pack number it was a v.good kitchen.  We're putting in a SELCO kitchen now, the units are already built, good design and its been very straight forward. I run a handyman service and had dramas with IKEA installs for clients due to the lack of a void at the back. Howdens are probably the market leaders in my opinion. 

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