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    Bacardi_queen
    Where to buy greater than 3.2m kitchen worktop?
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    • 7th Jan 08, 1:39 PM
    Where to buy greater than 3.2m kitchen worktop? 7th Jan 08 at 1:39 PM
    Hi

    I need some help, I've searched this forum and although some posts skirt around the topic, there isn't one that really answers my question. So here goes -

    We're buying a new kitchen from MFI and need a wood effect laminate worktop that is 3.2m long. MFI only do 3m long worktops and as a result, our breakfast bar is being shortened to 1m instead of 1.2m and although it's only a small amount, I feel it really makes a difference. And we lose a bridging unit above the breakfast bar.

    They quoted a really good price of £170 for the 3 x 3m Formica worktops as part of the overall kitchen and I'm worried that I'll not find a comparable price if I buy the worktop separately to get the 3.2m that I need.

    So, are there any places that do cheap (but not forsaking quality) worktops over 3.2m that would fit an MFI kitchen? Apparantly the depth is an issue here as MFI ones are not the normal 600mm wide? Help would be VERY much appreciated.

    PS I live in the Northampton area
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