"It's not falling to bits" is about the nicest thing you can say about it. I respect people willing to put up with something like this they really dislike - we have done for close to 2 years - but have decided to change it in some way now. Everything else in the house is done, which means the kitchen sticks out like a sore thumb - meaning we both hate time spending in there/it ruins our enjoyment of the house as a whole in a way.I know what you mean i have lived with mine in the state its in for 10 years, i just give it a lick of paint every 2 years i would love to change it as its 20 years old but we want to pay the house of first I've not said we've got an issue with potentially doing bigger changes - however, I've not found any reliable info on things like this online which has so far deterred me from going down that route seriously as my (possibly misguided) image of the costs that come with it have put me off. yes its an expensive job there is no way around that,my brother just did an extenstion last year and it cost £45k and thats just the shell completed the whole job came in at £60k, he sold his rental house that he had to pay for it PS: I don't think i've said anywhere I am going into debt?No you didnt but you did say its quite an expense for us , im not saying you should not do it but looking at it its looks fine to me, all the best with whatever you do
Maarakaan said:(Possibly) fun fact: I'm originally from Germany and over there even in rental properties you would put in your own kitchen (and most ppl would DIY it) and then take it with you again when you move out. The result is my parents have had their kitchen for longer than I'm alive and can't be much of a help on my little potential project.
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