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How long would a job like mine take to do.
Complete kitchen (small) overhaul.
4 Answers from MyBuilder Kitchen Fitters
Hi just a rough guess without seeing the job but I would say about 3-4 days
Answered 13th Jul 2011
A lot depends on how far you are going with it, as it is a small kitchen you will not be able to cram too many trades in at one time. On average a kitchen replacement would take us 4-5 days but we have done them in 3.
As a guide with 2 men working
Remove existing 0.5 days
If kitchen is a flatpack to assemble carcasses 0.5 days
1st fix plumbing and electrics 1 day
carcass out the new plan with doors and worktop 1 day
cut out and plumb in hob sink 0.5 days
handles cornice pelmit plinth 0.5 days
allow a few hours per mitred joint on worktops
Tiling splashback 0.75 days
tiling floor 0.75 days
Integrated appliances take a bit longer, up to 2 hours per appliance
under cupboard lighting can also be time consuming maybe 0.5 days
Pull out larder cabinets and fancy carousels can take upto 0.5 days each
hope this helps
Answered 13th Jul 2011
County Durham • Member since 25 Mar 2009 • 3 jobs, 100% positive feedback
it would take us about 3 days from ripping out to tiling, job done :)
Answered 29th Jul 2011
3 to 5 days depending o what you find when the kitchen is out, never assume that what you see on the surface to mean that what is hidden is in a suitable condition to install a new kitchen.
Answered 21st Sep 2011
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