B&Q kitchens review: units, costs, and installation B&Q sells a wide range of contemporary, shaker and traditional kitchens under its GoodHome brand.
There are nine different kitchens in B&Q's range, each of which comes in a choice of at least two colours. Some include integrated handles or a 'push-to-open' mechanism.
You can choose between gloss and matt finishes, some of which B&Q says 'don't reflect light, meaning fingerprints aren't as visible'.
It has designers to help you plan your kitchen and offers a fitting service. You can buy its fitted kitchens in-store or order them online.
To help you decide whether a B&Q kitchen is right for your home, we sent its kitchen units to the lab to be assessed and asked 3,848 Which? members about their kitchens, including those from B&Q.
Which? members can to see how B&Q's fitted kitchen did when we assessed it in our lab, as well as how customers rated its kitchens, customer service and value for money. If you're not a Which? member, you can to see this and all our kitchen brand reviews.
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Ratings are overall and encompass a number of different assessments.
We spoke to more than three thousand Which? members who have bought a new kitchen in the past 10 years to find out where's best for customer service, value for money and how well their kitchen has lasted.
|B&Q kitchens survey ratings|
|Design and planning|
|Quality of cupboards, doors, drawers and worktops|
|Quality of finish|
|How well cupboards, doors, drawers and worktops lasted|
|Value for money|
How well your kitchen stands up to daily use is vital, as well as how pristine it looks when it's first fitted. So we asked people with B&Q fitted kitchens to tell us about how well the doors, drawers and worktops have lasted over the years.
B&Q offers a kitchen fitting service, or you can buy from B&Q and hire a different installer, or fit it yourself.
Check our guide on to see how B&Q compares on price with other kitchen brands and how we collected these prices. You can also find out how much the average kitchen costs and read our tips on how to keep costs down.
B&Q has a free design service in store or at home using B&Q Spaces design software. You can then access and edit your kitchen design online, but you can't use the tool until you've had an initial consultation.
You can choose between a virtual or in-store appointment when you book. Virtual appointments can be via screen sharing, or phone and email.
To get started, B&Q has a 'kitchen visualiser tool' on its website so you can try out different layouts, colours and styles. You can also look rounds its virtual showroom online.
B&Q has an optional fitting service, where the entire process is managed and carried out by B&Q fitters, at an extra cost. All units are self-assembly.
Yes. It sells large kitchen appliances from a range of brands, kitchen flooring and wall tiles, all fitted at extra cost.