- calvin_thirty4Participant@calvin_thirty4Join Date: 2004Post Count: 556
My local Church hasn’t got a Kitchen yet! We have the design but we would need to find some-one that makes modular Kitchens. Living in a remote Mining town WA, the prices of local carpenters is prohibitive, but I have had acquaintances that have bought modular kitchens in QLD, trasnported it over here and it cost them less than 2/3rds of the price of the local guys.
Has anybody got any links to these manufacturers and good experiences? Please halp, as we need to install a professional style kitchen.
Cheerssizzling_duckMember@sizzling_duckJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 129
A couple of months back I think Brisbane Extra had a segment on a company that sells near new second-hand kitchens fairly cheap. Most of those shown were in very good condition and still fairly current for a fraction of the cost. Maybe you should look at that angle?sizzling_duckMember@sizzling_duckJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 129
For the record I will post a copy of the link I sent [email protected] upon the request he sent me earlier.
I hope that helps some people.QueenstownerMember@queenstownerJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 27
Try SizeWise on the Gold Coast Ph 0755395538,they can cut you a kitchen out,send it over in knock down form and you assemble it.Any half descent DIYer could put it together.calvin_thirty4Participant@calvin_thirty4Join Date: 2004Post Count: 556yackMember@yackJoin Date: 2003Post Count: 1,206
Why dont you check out what ikea has to offer in the way of kitchens. They even have a planning tool on their web site.DDMember@ddJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 508
Hoges Handy Supplies 7 Agnes Street Bundamba 07 3816 0566 Kitchens Vanities etc.
gee im good to you guys.
The daughter of the original owner runs it now but they do ex demo kitchens reasonably priced so go go go get em.
Don’t sweat the small stuff,and it’s all small stuff!!