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    • Zola.
    • By Zola. 20th Mar 17, 1:18 PM
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    Kitchen Refurbishment
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    Kitchen Refurbishment 20th Mar 17 at 1:18 PM
    Our kitchen has been going through a bit of a transformation.... fresh floor tiles, and refurbished wooden cupboard, new paint and knobs etc... starting to come together great.

    I am a little keen to upgrade the worktops and for definite, change the sink.

    Is there a lot of work involved in removing worktops?

    Also, is changing a sink a lot of work also? Or is it doable for a pretty amateur DIY enthusiast?
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    • By Slinky 20th Mar 17, 2:39 PM
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    Is your worktop just one straight piece or will it require jointing. If it needs jointing, pay somebody else to do it as it requires skill.
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