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Buying a new fitted kitchen is one of the most significant changes you can make to your home. Not only will a fitted kitchen add value to your property, but it can also make a huge difference to your lifestyle and improve your day-to-day life. There are many different styles of fitted kitchen available – from contemporary high-gloss designs, traditional Shaker style kitchens, through to completely bespoke and unique designs.

Fitted Kitchen Tradespeople

When buying a new kitchen you may need to employ many different types of tradespeople depending on the work you need done. Be aware that you may need to employ a Part P registered electrician if any re-wiring needs to be done, and even a specialist tiler if you have ceramic tiles to be fitted. When employing a kitchen fitter, you may wish to take advice from friends and family, or your kitchen supplier may have a list of recommended fitters.

Fitted Kitchen Costs

The price of fitted kitchen units can vary widely depending on where you buy them, and the quality and finish of the products. Here are some of the main elements of a fitted kitchen, along with typical average prices:

Kitchen Units: Range from £1,000 for budget brands, such as Ikea, and up to £8,500 from premium brands, such as John Lewis.

Kitchen Doors: Range from £10 up to £100 each.

Kitchen Worktops: Prices range from £50 to £500 depending on the finish and material.

Appliances (washing machine, cooker hood, oven, hob, dishwasher, fridge freezer): Prices start from £1,800 for a budget set of appliances and up to £5,000 and beyond for premium brands.

Fitted Kitchen Installation Costs

The typical cost to install a new fitted kitchen can vary widely depending on the type of materials used, and the amount of work that needs to be completed. The following amounts include the cost of removing any old fittings, installing new units, replacing flooring, new tiling and redecoration. Standard fitted kitchen packages from DIY shops will be at the lower end of the scale, whilst bespoke fitted kitchen units will be at the higher end of the cost scale.

 

Typical Terraced House Cost

Typical Semi-Detached House Cost

Typical Detached House Cost

New Fitted Kitchen Installation

£1,300 to £23,000

£16,500 to £25,000

£37,000 to £121,000

Fitted Kitchens on a Budget

The average cost of a new fitted kitchen is around £8,000 but if your budget doesn't quite stretch to that amount, it is possible to upgrade your kitchen on a much smaller budget. Instead of having a completely new kitchen, an alternative is to consider just changing the cabinet doors and worktops. The impact will be just as dramatic, but at a much lower cost.
It is also possible to buy a second-hand fitted kitchen at a much lower cost than a brand new package. It is vital, however, to ensure that all of the units will fit into your kitchen, and that all care has been taken to avoid damaging the units when they were removed from their previous location.

It also pays to be savvy – look out for sale periods to grab a bargain. Typical sales periods are after Christmas and in the New Year and leading up to Easter.

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