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Jan 15th '18, 10:22 AM  
Peach
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New kitchen worktops

I'm getting a new kitchen and installing ourselves. I was getting everything from b&q until I spotted worktops elsewhere. Has anyone ever used https://www.worktop-express.co.uk the prices seem really good for the walnut solid oak kitchen worktops
 
Jan 15th '18, 13:52 PM  
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New year new kitchens, I know a few people starting to do theirs including me I'm spray painting the cupboards though ... new in the future!

ANYWAYYYYYY I've been looking at exactly the same company this past week for oak worktops. Best thing is I mentioned the company to my friend who's fitting it and he uses them as they have a showroom in Warrington which looks like if you are North West that may be your closest too.

Worth noting they have free delivery if you order by tomorrow but you can pick future dates for delivery which is pretty good. Saving up to £70.
 
 
Jan 16th '18, 12:50 PM  
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I hadn't seen the offer so thanks for the feedback and mentioning that. Going to try and order tonight.
 
 
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