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What’s the average cost of a new kitchen?

New kitchens are an important investment to make, but what is the average cost of a new kitchen?

Kitchens are a central part of any home. Unfortunately, no matter how well we look after them, over time they will start to look tired, worn out, outdated or simply just not your style anymore.

With so much time spent in kitchens, it’s essential they look, and feel like home. Through kitchen renovations and improvements, you can create comfortable, stylish and efficient spaces you’ll love for years to come.

Kitchen improvements are not just vital for your home but are also fantastic investments for both sellers and landlords as great selling points. According to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), newly-installed kitchens can even add up to four percent value to homes.

When it comes to kitchen improvements, we know you don’t want to spend the earth. Helping you understand and budget for your new kitchen, we’ve created this guide to the average cost of a new kitchen and the ways that you can save money on your dream kitchen.

 

The average cost of a new kitchen.

What puts most people off making kitchen improvements is the expense. On average, the cost of a new kitchen is around £7,000. Yet, a lot of people can expect to spend anywhere up to £15,000 on the dream design.

With an expected cost of £2,000-£3,000 alone, the cabinets and units make up the biggest proportion of kitchen costs.

According to the National Kitchen and Bath Association, 17% of the remaining costs are spent on labour and installation, 14% on appliances and ventilation and 10% of the cost on countertops.

Although the cost of your new kitchen will depend on the size of the space, amount of work that you need and the type of materials, cabinets and appliances that you need, it will require some major budgeting.

So, how do you improve your kitchen while cutting costs?

 

How to cut costs on your new kitchen.

When it comes to new kitchens, there are always ways to cut back costs.

One of the biggest and best ways to save on a new kitchen is to replace your doors, units, drawers, handles and accessories – rather than spend on an entire refit.

Replacement kitchen products are brilliant ways to update the design, remove worn out areas and breath a new life into your kitchen, at a fraction of the cost.

If only certain parts of your kitchen are letting it down, replacement items are the perfect option to just replace a small part of your kitchen, giving it a much-needed facelift while keeping the rest intact.

At Kitchen Click Direct, we use over 30 years of experience and work with of some of the UK’s leading manufacturers of replacement kitchen doors and accessories to provide a better and unique way to improve your kitchen.

Designed to keep kitchen improvement costs down, our products are not only stylish, reliable and durable but are also incredibly quick and easy to install.

With ClicBox technology, our units are specially made using a unique tongue and groove technology.

This means that the units can be built by simply clicking the components together, without the need for tools, screws or glue.

So easy that a child could do it, ClicBox can save you money on new units while cutting back on costs and installation time.

Overall, by replacing and using easy to install kitchen units and accessories, you can get a brand-new look in your kitchen for as little as £1,000.

 

Build your dream kitchen.

Currently, the average price for a new kitchen is £7,000. But that doesn’t mean you need to pay this much.

Save money on your kitchen by using easy-to-install replacement doors, units, drawers, handles and accessories, rather than spend on an entire rebuild.

However, there are some things that you just can’t cut corners on. When it comes to appliances, it’s worth investing in high-quality appliances that will give you years of reliability and dependability. But, that doesn’t mean that you need to spend the money on the latest or most expensive appliances, particularly for ones that are rarely used.

The golden rule of kitchen improvements is to think about what parts really matter. Make the most of your budget by cutting costs in the right places, giving you the money to spend on the most important parts.

Find out more about how we can help you achieve your dream kitchen.

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