Reviews of Kitchen Specialists in Nailsea, Bristol
4 March 2013
Very small kitchen - Removal of and desposal of old units and tiles. 4 base units to be installed (1 x 4 drawer unit), 2 x corner carousel type units, and one basic under sink unit, plus 3 wall units and 2 shelves. Installation of a single oven, ceramic hob, and chimney hood. New fusebox also needed + 1 double socket to be moved a small distance. Laminate worktop and sink installed. Glass splasback over hob, and tiling.
Steve was very reliable - always turning up on time and often still working at 7pm. The quality of his work was excellent, and he went out of the way to do small things that he had not quoted for (putting a blind fixing up, and even switching the doors on my fridge freezer to open the other way around). I highly recommend him and hope to get him back to install flooring in the future.Lisa
fitting a new magnet kitchen to replace existing and install some new appliances within it.
size 10X15 plus 2 larder units in dining area includes fitting granite worktops and tall top units sink hobtop double oven only electrical work may be for additional point for induction hob if needed plus fitting of under top unit lighting ordered. suggest you visit property to quote station road Nailsea. Old units will be stripped out beforehand. Work to be done avoiding A level exams!
i have earthstone work surfaces purchased from B&Q and am looking for someone to fit them along with a breakfast bar. Location Nailsea North Somerset
fitting earthstone worksurfaces
To assist in fitting supplied kitchen, Island, and wall units around and including oven and fridge appliances. To start immediately.
New extension requires new kitchen to be fitted for the end of September; Cabinets from Magnet to include sink, taps, Franke mini butler plus cooker, hobb, and hood.
replacing existing worktop
1. Knocking down a non structural wall between kitchen and dining room
2. Replacing ceiling
3. Taking out old kitchen
4. Installing new kitchen and units (already ordered)
6. Plumbing and electrical work (but not major)
7. Putting in 2 door frames and doors to WC, putting in toilet and small hand basin (plumbing in place)
8. Removing old WC in different room of house
9. Knocking down wall and opening up room, plastering and repairs as required.
10. Put in a new larger height window, so will need so bricks taking out below and associated plastering.