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Howdens/Homebase kitchen units - any good?

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by Dain1, 2 Dec 2018.

  1. Dain1

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    I have them on my doorstep, failing that it's Bristol or Newport/Cardiff for other sheds..
     
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    Ive just completed my galley kitchen, courtesy Howdens.....the units came ready assembled and Im very happy with the products. The worktops (Howdens again) mirror chip quartz were fitted by their team and they look superb.
    The white units are integral (Bosch) plus a Limona sink and tap.
    Id definitely use them again.
    John :)
     
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    I only need a 500 wide set of drawers and a 1000 sink base, worktops. To fit myself.
     
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    or the link I posted earlier, for example.
     
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    Howdens are supposed to be a strictly trade outlet....Im not.
    However.....my kitchen was designed at Howdens (they got the measurements wrong but thats another story) - I paid a £500 deposit. A joiner pal had the units delivered to him, yet it was me that paid Howdens :whistle: ......work that out!
    Anyway, if you are a private individual youll probably need to go elsewhere.
    Consider diyhomefit for bespoke units.
    John :)
     
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