Kitchen Magic

(4 Posts)
chough Tue 26-Jul-16 11:06:43

I keep seeing these people advertised in magazines, and wondered about using them.
Our kitchen cupboard doors look scruffy, but the cupboard carcasses are fine.
The cupboard doors are peeling at the edges, which I thought would be covered on B and Q's 20- year guarantee; they said that the kitchen was supplied by a contractor of theirs who is not in business anymore, and that the guarantee would have been with them (17 year old kitchen).
So I'm thinking of how to do a smarten up on a budget.

OnePlanOnHouzz Tue 26-Jul-16 17:32:35

I've not heard of them - but if it's just a case of replacing doors - maybe one of these might suit ?
http://bespokea.london/what/

http://www.shakerdoors.co.uk/blogs/shakerdoors/15861440-ikea-metod-and-shaker-doors

coolaschmoola Tue 26-Jul-16 17:37:44

Kitchen Magic quoted us £7000 to change the doors on 12 standard cupboards, 2 double height cupboards and 5 drawers...

Daylight robbery. When I told the salesman I could replace the whole kitchen for less than that and he AGREED, reason he gave was that their way was better for the elderly as they wouldn't have to empty the cupboards. So essentially they prey on the elderly and change them a fuck ton of money to change a few doors and drawer fronts.

AVOID!

chough Tue 26-Jul-16 19:00:22

Thanks for advice.
coola, I would want a similar number of cupboards, but £7000!
I won't be asking them for a quote: you've saved me the trouble.

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