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    advice on fitting a new kitchen with updated appliances

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    I am looking to have a new kitchen fitted in my home. In essence, I would like to have my old kitchen completely remodelled. I am looking to have a microwave, fridge and dishwasher replaced with up to date, smart versions. I am planning to also have a kitchen island added and several cabinets replaced. Further I would like to have the floorboards replaced with engineered wood flooring. Finally, I would also like to have the walls and ceiling repainted. With all of this taken into account, what sort of price do you think I might expect to pay for this specific kitchen redesign/remodelling?

    Asked by duncan on 14th Aug 2020
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    A-Z Building Services

    "You should expect to pay labour in the region of £6-7K. Which would include your electrical changes (additional sockets and fuses), plastering, flooring, kitchen fitting and painting and decorating.

    Hope that gives you a good ball park to work from."

    Answered on 14th Aug 2020 - Member since Nov 2017 - report
    T.m services

    "Between 10 to 20 k depending on what type of kitchen you pick"

    Answered on 14th Aug 2020 - Member since Mar 2020 - report
    HHI Property Developments

    "Average price per carcass is £50 too £60. Worktop is approx £75 per routing cut and £75 approx to fit. Engineered wood floor fitting minimum charge £150. Decorating cost painting only £150 per day. Above costs are labour only"

    Answered on 14th Aug 2020 - Member since Aug 2020 - report
    Refurbs of Cheshire

    "Very difficult to say, how long is a piece of string? We would need to do a visit take measurements, run through a design talk about door choice, worktop solid or laminate and appliance choice all of these vary tremendously on quality and brand.
    An quality average kitchen can cost £10k plus installed and better quality branded appliances and quartz or granite could cost upto another £10k. A cheap warehouse kitchen is from around £5k plus installation depending again on size.
    Engineered flooring can be from around £30 per m2 to over £100 again depending on quality and style. Installation cost is from £10 pm2.
    Decorating from £350 plus paint choice.
    Regards Andy. Refurbs of Cheshire"

    Answered on 14th Aug 2020 - Member since Jun 2020 - report

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