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edited 30 June at 1:13PM in I wanna buy-it or do-it
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edited 30 June at 1:13PM in I wanna buy-it or do-it
hi, looking to do a kitchen refurb,, i would  really like to go for an ex-display or clearance kitchen , due to financial reasons.
 any recommendations on best way to go about this. or alternatively has any one used the really companies that are advertised  online e.g. etc
have phoned a few local companies , but not been successful
any suggestions appreciated. 
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  • sarah1972sarah1972 Forumite, Board Guide
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    Howdens and get a local kitchen fitter to fit. 
    Where I am, kitchen fitters are £300 a day with a labourer/apprentice on £150 a day and on average do a kitchen in 5 days and then you need to factor in a plumber, electrician and tiler. 
    I know a couple of kitchen fitters (not builders as they are not kitchen fitters) and they say an average fitting cost is £5000 plus kitchen and appliances, tiles etc 
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