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Cheap kitchen units?

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by Ricardus, 13 Nov 2014.

  1. Ricardus

    Ricardus

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    I'm after a couple of *emphasis* cheap kitchen units or similar cupboards to organise or at least conceal the junk in my front porch.

    The DIY sheds dont seem to do the rock bottom basic cheapo stuff anymore and Ikea, my go-to site for cheap gear, has changed their range and the new stuff is either too deep or too shallow (I have limited width to have a unit and open the doors in)

    Not seeing much in the secondhand side of ebay at the moment either...

    Any ideas anyone?
     
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    Bought 4 cup'd new on ebay for £60 including a corner unit.
     
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    Contact a local kitchen fitting company. Inevitably, they rip a kitchen out before fitting a new one. They may well ask their customer if you can have the old units...

    The worst than can happen is that they say "no"... ;)
     
  5. JohnD

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    if you want them cheap, join your local Freegle and get them free.

    You will have to collect.

    You can use a saw to reduce the depth of units (usually about 500mm for floor and about 300mm for walls)
     
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