Having work carried out in our council house by an outside well known large company they are using to upgrade everything. Have been quite a few disasters so far that they need to fix...BUT...for the weekend thay have moved our new electric cooker with hob top back into the kichen to use as they have not finished with the job in hand. However all the work tops have been put in at 940 mm and therefore the cooker is below the work top area thay have set up. This looks dangerous to us and dosnt look right at all. Plus all the other work tops look odd as seen high...we have spoken to a local company who say the standard 900mm for work top heights and should be level with the top of the cooker/hob. They say standard height of cabinets should be 870 mm plus 30 mm for the work top. The company that have put this in say their standard is 940mm but looks off and of course seems dangerous as saucepans will knock the sides of the tops and could potentially cause a fire. Can some one advise if there is a health and safetly issue and if the company have put these in too high. Thanks for any feedback...need to sort this out as soon as possible.