Best kitchen brands B&Q kitchens
B&Q has 353 stores in the UK and nine in Ireland.
It offers to design your kitchen free of charge, by appointment, instore or at home.
B&Q’s full service quote includes everything from the products and labour to the gas, plumbing, decorating, tiling and plastering.
In addition to product guarantees, all B&Q fitting work is guaranteed for five years.
B&Q kitchens and prices
Cheapest: Maple Style Modern 8 Unit ('it' range) £748 (self-assembly). Base unit (400mm) with a drawer and a door around £102.
Most popular: Cooke and Lewis High Gloss White £2,227 (self-assembly). Base unit (400mm) with a drawer and a door around £178.
Most expensive: Cooke and Lewis Carisbrooke Taupe £2,411 (self-assembly). Base unit (400mm) with a drawer and a door around £214.
How to buy: Instore and online.
Planning service: Optional free design consultation instore, plus online planning tool.
Installation: Optional additional service for a fee, carried out by locally based B&Q fitters.
Customer verdict: One reader told us: 'I have used B&Q numerous times for fitted kitchens. They are very good at taking your order (and your money) and arranging a delivery time, but when they turn up the guy on the lorry tells you, "actually we haven't got all of your order with us today". I have never done any project with them where it hasn't taken at least three deliveries before I've had everything. In one instance it took seven!.'
Another member said: ‘The quality of the kitchen was fine but the purchase procedure - receiving poor advice and wrong parts - means I would not recommend B&Q.’
Prices are correct as of March 2013 and are based on an eight-unit kitchen-galley kitchen.
How B&Q compares
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