moving the kitchen

Postby j1murray1 » Sun Oct 18, 2009 9:27 pm

I am just about to move into a new home but i am not happy with the current layout. The kitchen is situated off the lounge at the front of the house and i want to move it to the back of the house. Does anyone know if this is a very expensive job to move the gas, water etc ~ are we talking a few hundred pounds or an awful lot more? Its a small bungalow and the floor boards etc can all be lifted as we are about to do some serious decoration anyway. [/size][/size]
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Postby htg engineer » Sun Oct 25, 2009 2:58 pm

It depends on the length of pipe runs etc etc ?

Need alot more info to offer advice.

For the plumbing and gas work you're probably looking ta a few hundred. With a new kitchen etc etc etc then yes 000's.

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