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Kitchen Units UK

Postby bangbang1 » Sat Jun 09, 2012 8:01 am

Kitchen Units UK :P

Kitchen unit in my opinion should always be bought local forsalekitchens is the cheapest in the UK. But is it worth the hassle if something goes wrong like it often does when fitting a kitchen. Kitchen units in UK should be bought in London and not from these Manchester guys who are going around undercutting everyone. What happens when your kitchen fitter is half way through fitting your kitchen and suddenly realizes that he has an end panel that is either damaged or missing . Is he going to drive all the way to Manchester to pick up another one? I don’t think so and by the time they send you another one your kitchen fitter will have finished fitting your kitchen and will no doubt want extra money to come back. So the money that you saved in the first place will be spent. At least with a local company you will be able to just go and collect your missing items immediately. Also should we not all be thinking about supporting our local tradesmen. Even if you’re not going to support your local businesses then perhaps you should look at national companies that have stores in your area like XXX.
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Re: Kitchen Units UK

Postby Ypsylon » Sat Jun 09, 2012 9:59 am

I really expected more interesting spam from you, bangbang1. You're banned.

It probably gets spammier from bangbang3 and up.
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Re: Kitchen Units UK

Postby dalai » Sun Jun 10, 2012 4:25 am

Is el Pistolero moonlighting as a Spammer now he isn't riding? :lol:
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Re: Kitchen Units UK

Postby Antonio » Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:41 am

Even if you’re not going to support your local businesses then perhaps you should look at national companies that have stores in your area like xxx.

I am the same point with you...
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