Kitchen base unit - odd size needed

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Torx

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Wicks units are off the shelf and good quality

I don’t seem to be able to find any bare carcasses at Wickes, they all come with doors, which I’ve already got and would end up wasted :( but I do prefer Wickes.

diy kitchens do them

I was all set to order one last night and then noticed the £750 minimum order…
 

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Have you tried Howdens, my local one seems to let just about anyone buy from them, they use the term trade very loosely.
 

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I don’t seem to be able to find any bare carcasses at Wickes, they all come with doors, which I’ve already got and would end up wasted :( but I do prefer Wickes.



I was all set to order one last night and then noticed the £750 minimum order…
could you collect?
 

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they mention collection times on their website but i dont know if there would still be a min order.
we drove from Norfolk to view the showroom and were very impressed (its enormous) and ended up buying our kitchen from them
 

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Howdens RKC8260 White 900 Hiline base cabinet. £120 with VAT each.
I was quoted this yesterday as i need 3.
I have an account.
 

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A 900mm wide kitchen unit is commonplace....If its 570mm deep with 500mm internal depth, it sounds like it may be a Howdens unit, as DBC has suggested.....

Thanks, but I think you need an account to purchase from Howdens?



Yes, that’s it.
You don't need an account with them, they always banged on about trade only but if your wanting to spend money they'll usually accommodate you.
 

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You don't need an account with them, they always banged on about trade only but if your wanting to spend money they'll usually accommodate you.

Yes Howdens can be very accommodating to customers, in fact just last week a branch I've never even been to let someone I don't know put a £200 hob on my account 🙄
 

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Bought the B&Q one but haven’t got round to modifying it yet - it’s not worth paying double as the whole kitchen will be gutted in the next couple of years.
 
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