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diy-kitchens.com any experience?

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Had a delivery on Friday - worth paying for the gold service so you get 2 guys and into the house rather than one. 

 

Quality seems to be very good - legs to fit and then it’s just push into place. 

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38 minutes ago, jonM said:

Took a trip up to DIY Kitchens yesterday and very impressed with what I saw.

 

I was there on Saturday - first visit to the showroom but I got my last kitchen from them.  The showroom was well worth the visit.  Free cakes and biscuits, tea, coffee and soft drinks were excellent too ?  Very helpful, non-pushy staff.  I didn't speak to them about design but I think I heard them say that they are working on the planning tool being available again.

 

I really liked the area where they had all the unit variants together in one place so that you could see pretty much all of the options available at a glance.  You can see these in the online showroom - follow the link and the click on "Information Centre" -> ".....Examples"  to see what I mean.

 

https://www.diy-kitchens.com/about-diy-kitchens/showroom/

 

I know someone who has just installed a kitchen from them.  They also got their work surfaces via them and had them templated one week and installed the next, with no problems.

 

I'll definitely be going back to them for the kitchen in my new build

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I'm keen to our next kitchen from diy-kitchen after reading numerous positive reviews online around the service, quality and pricing.

 

The only part I'm not so sure about is the design process given that this isn't a service they offer. Can anyone share their experience of how they designed their kitchen purchased through diy-kitchens?

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48 minutes ago, LHensh said:

Can anyone share their experience of how they designed their kitchen purchased through diy-kitchens?

 

Its easy - draw your room, add the doors and windows and drag and drop the cabinets. They do check before you order you haven’t missed anything and are good when you get a cabinet wrong. 

 

Personal opinion is that all the Wren/Wickes/Howden designers have a set pattern they use and it’s crap. You know how you will use your kitchen and what works for you - you’re the best designer for your kitchen ..!

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