Pricing a kitchen is not a simple thing. The price will vary with the size of the kitchen, the quality, the appliances, the worktops, the design and so on. But nevertheless, most people want some idea what it will cost to replace their kitchen.
On this page, we show a sample kitchen. It is a high quality Crown Imperial kitchen, we are not trying to tempt you in with the cheapest possible price and then try to convince you to buy something more expensive.
The kitchen is an 'L' shaped kitchen designed to fit a typical 10 foot by 10 foot room and leave room for a table and chairs. The picture shows a Crown Imperial Furore Supergloss, the price is the same for a Crown Imperial Supermatt if you prefer that finish. There is a range of 10 alternative colours to choose from, all at the same price. The worktop is an Bushboard Omega and comes complete with upstands and a splashback behind the hob.
The price includes good quality appliances including an electric double oven, gas or electric ceramic hob, chimney extractor, and two other appliances (choose from a fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher). There is a stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink and mixer tap.
Included in the price is the removal and disposal of your old kitchen and the fitting of the new one, and the connection of appliance to existing connection points. Extra plumbing or electrical work is not included in this price.