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    Time frame of replacing a twenty square metre kitchen

    Kitchen Fitters

    To have a new kitchen fitted for an area of about twenty square metres, approximately how long will a full replacement job take in total?

    Asked by Lou on 20th Aug 2020
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    Nick Hopewell Design & Build

    "All depends on the level of renovation needed. If the layout changes then plumbing and electrics need moving. How good are the walls? Flooring changing? Tiling required? How good are the walls? If plastering is needed this takes drying time. A straight forward replacement will take a week with a good fitting team using standard worktops. If using quartz / granite... then this has to be templated when the base units are in... they then go away manufacture to size and return to fit which can vary from a week to 2 weeks wait at present."

    Answered on 14th Nov 2020 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
    Sequoia Enterprise

    "Without floor tiles - about a week to install. With floor tiles usually about 2 weeks."

    Answered on 18th Mar 2021 - Member since Mar 2021 - report
    JB Property Services

    "Depending on the type of kitchen and extractor hood and any new plumbing and electrics

    It would be a maximum of 5 days...with out an island kitchen"

    Answered on 14th Nov 2020 - Member since Jul 2017 - report
    a j edwards property services ltd

    "This will very dependent on specifications of materials and lay out but as an average time frame 5 days"

    Answered on 14th Nov 2020 - Member since Oct 2020 - report
    AliRay construction

    "Without looking at it for a full refurbished kitchen I would state 2 weeks average"

    Answered on 14th Nov 2020 - Member since Jul 2019 - report

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