Kitchen/utility room units WITHOUT design appointment.

We're having a utility room built shortly.

We know exactly what units we want and in what layout - 1x tall cupboard, 2x freestanding appliance & 1x sink.

We just want to order the units. We don't need an appointment to design our "dream room". We just want the price for the s*dding units.

Why is this so hard for companies to understand?

Rant over. Apologies.

We know of IKEA & DIY kitchens.

Does anyone know anywhere else that will let us cut to the chase without the piddling around in the middle?

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  • FreeBear
    FreeBear Posts: 14,267
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    Benchmarx/Wickes. B&Q, although I'm not impressed with GoodHome range. Their Cooke & Lewis flat
    pack stuff was better.
    The likes of Howdens & Magnet, you should be able to order what you want without having a session with one of their "consultants". But their pricing policy is far from transparent and the discounts variable. I'd rather go without than do business with either.
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  • EssexExile
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    Local kitchen shop.
    Tall, dark & handsome. Well two out of three ain't bad.
  • onomatopoeia99
    onomatopoeia99 Posts: 6,940
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    When I needed extra units for my existing kitchen I just went into the local supplier for that range (Omega / Charles Rennie Mackintosh) and said I had a kitchen already and wanted a couple of extra units.  They asked what I wanted and ordered it for me.  Very easy, didn't attempt to design anything.
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  • gazfocus
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    Wickes have some off the shelf rangers but honestly I’d go with diy kitchens. Their units come pre built and are much better than wickes and ikea. 
  • mexican_dave
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    I ordered my DIYkitchens.com kitchen 10 years ago. An excellent kitchen, I ordered the pre-built carcasses. Unless you are a very organised don't try to save money by having it flat-pack (that's was an option) you would have to have the space to store and identify all the components, nightmare!
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