Thinking about kitchen fitting costs?
There are lots of reasons why homeowners decide to install a new kitchen; it lacks space, doesn’t do what you need it to do, is dated or unattractive, or you may be thinking of selling up and moving on and you know that your current kitchen may put off any prospective buyer!
The kitchen is one of the main living space areas that potential buyers focus on most and according to the National Association for Estate Agents a new kitchen can increase the value of your property by as much as 8%.
Kitchen Fitting Costs When Moving Home
If you are thinking of moving then you probably don’t want to shell out a small fortune on a high-end kitchen and may prefer to buy your own off-the-shelf kitchen and then pay separately for kitchen fitting costs. Similarly, if you are staying put but just want to upgrade, add style and functionality, but still do this yourself, you need to be aware of potential escalating costs.
A new kitchen is still a significant purchase no matter how cheaply you think you can do it. Here are a few things to consider: