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    Kitchen worktop removal

    Kitchen Fitters

    How much cost and time is required to remove kitchen worktop? The hob and sink will be reattached to a new worktop which the provider will be fitting, but they won’t remove it. Need someone that can disconnect and reconnect gas supply

    Asked by Varsha on 9th Jul 2020
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    The Worktop Library

    "Removing and disposing of a kitchen worktop to a skip, in London areas costs £260+vat.
    Stone worktop Suppliers companies that carrying out these tasks usually can't take responsibility for damages arising from the removal of existing surfaces, and would likely request to install your new worktop so that they can undertake the project in full.

    Hope it helps,"

    Answered on 2nd Sep 2021 - Member since Aug 2021 - report
    Cristian Cojocaru

    "How much cost and time is required to remove kitchen worktop? you are looking at £200 minimum probably, depends how big is your kitchen. Thanks"

    Answered on 11th Aug 2020 - Member since Aug 2020 - report
    Stewart McLaren

    "Normal practice is for the kitchen fitters to remove old worktop, so I do not understand why they are refusing to do so. I remove worktops when I refit a kitchen. Cost should be part of the job. Time depends on what is being removed - MDF or stone for example.

    You or they will need a qualified gas fitter to disconnect and reconnect the gas supply as this is safe practice and required for insurance purposes..Cost depends on gas fitter. Hope this helps."

    Answered on 10th Jul 2020 - Member since Jul 2019 - report
    Mark sayers building

    "Assuming all goes well about £250 including any materials needed"

    Answered on 10th Jul 2020 - Member since Apr 2019 - report
    Ramon Giner

    "Removing a worktop is about an hours work. Only a certified gas engineer can touch a gas supply."

    Answered on 10th Jul 2020 - Member since Apr 2020 - report
    Viking home improvements

    "the gas will need to be disconnected at the beginning by a gas safe registered engineer. and reconnected at the end of the installation. which should take 2 days. cost for wtop change should be about £800 - £1200 depending on the size of kitchen. gas engineer should be about £160."

    Answered on 11th Jul 2020 - Member since Jun 2020 - report

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