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    Price for cutting kitchen worktops

    Carpenters

    I am just wondering how much it would cost to cut kitchen worktops?

    Asked by Josh on 22nd Jan 2020
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    SxA.ltd

    "Depending on length, what material and how many cut outs for things like sinks, you're looking at around £150 to £400."

    Answered on 23rd Jan 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    Doc's Property Solutions

    "It's a bit of an open ended question. £150 per corner for a laminate worktop but that's assuming that the kitchen walls are square which a lot aren't, they may look it but put a set square on and most aren't.
    Then as said before, for sink I would put another £50 on. If the joiner is using quality bits in his router to get you a better finish the bit alone can be £50-60 and only good for two maybe three corners before it's blunt then another £10 for coloured glue and another £10-15 for bolts/clamps. The profit margin isn't great after everything else is added up (fuel, insurance, advertising) so if you don't want a rushed job be prepared to pay a little more."

    Answered on 23rd Jan 2020 - Member since Jul 2018 - report
    Jms construction

    "Hi there,
    I usually charge about £85 per cut depending on the materials."

    Answered on 24th Feb 2020 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
    Hely Andrade

    "Installation of the worktops could cost you around £300.00 for the labour."

    Answered on 26th Feb 2020 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
    A G Hill Carpentry

    "Providing its just normal work, to do this i would charge around £50 for sink & hob and £150 per Mason's mitre.
    Regards,
    Tony.
    A G Hill Carpentry."

    Answered on 28th Jan 2020 - Member since Nov 2019 - report
    Peter Turner

    "Depends on how big the kitchen is and how many joints /sinks/hobs. Standard L shape would be around £100."

    Answered on 23rd Jan 2020 - Member since Dec 2019 - report
    Highland and island joinery

    "Depends on specifications and the material. Is it granite, timber etc? How many cuts and cut outs for sinks etc? Price will also depend on your location."

    Answered on 23rd Jan 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report

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