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How Much Does It Cost To Replace Kitchen Doors?

If you’re thinking about what to do with your tired old kitchen, it stands to reason you’re going to have to think about the kitchen doors you like. But most people don’t realise you don’t always need to replace the whole kitchen, you can simply replace your old kitchen doors with new kitchen doors for a fraction of the price of a brand-new kitchen.

At New Replacement Kitchen Doors, we have no idea why more people don’t think about replacing their kitchen doors before they rip out everything, but we’re on a mission to make people understand this is one of the most affordable solutions for turning embarrassing tired to totally on-trend.

The doors of your kitchen are the main things you see any way, so you only need to get new doors, drawer panels and handles and before you know it you’ve got a brand new-looking kitchen.

You can go for any style you want. Whether you’re looking for a more traditional timeless look or the kind of eye-popping bling-tastic high-gloss finish that would make Love Island contenders cry with envy.

What’s more, you can even fit replacement kitchen doors yourself, saving you oodles of money in the process.

Of course when you’re trying to work out how much your new replacement kitchen doors are going to cost there are a lot of things to take into account. The costs of kitchen doors depend on numerous different factors, such as the size of the doors, the types of door fronts you choose, whether you want the hinge holes pre-drilled etc. There’s all number of possibilities really, but at New Replacement Kitchen Doors we like to keep things as simple as possible.

OK. So let’s get down to brass tacks. How much does it cost to replace kitchen doors in the average kitchen? Here are some rough averages to give you a clue about what you should be thinking about when replacing the kitchen doors in a few average-sized kitchens:

  • Average small kitchen: £350
  • Average sized kitchen: £600
  • Average large kitchen: £850

It’s all going to depend on the size of the kitchen and the replacement doors you go for. You can literally pay thousands for replacement kitchen doors in the same way you can pay tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands for a kitchen if you were so inclined. And if you’re considering paying hundreds of grand for a kitchen then you’re even mega-loaded or you’ve thought about this far too much!

If you were to replace the kitchens in those same size kitchens you’d be looking at more like:

  • Average small kitchen: £4,000
  • Average sized kitchen: £8,000
  • Average large kitchen: £12,000

You’ve got to agree there are some amazing savings to be had in just replacing your kitchen doors! And for those who really want an easy life, you can get the job done in a day and you don’t even need to take things out of your cupboards…

The point is, replacing your kitchen doors can make it feel like you’ve got a new kitchen for a fraction of the price and with quite a lot less hassle than replacing the whole kitchen. Who can grumble at that?!

Of course, if you really want to nail down how much brand-new replacement kitchen doors are really going to cost for your kitchen you’re going to have to do some work to price it up. Lucky for you we’ve got a huge range of kitchen doors and accessories here and there’s plenty for you to choose from.

Take a look at our ranges and then start making some selections. But don’t worry if you’re getting a bit confused or want a helping hand. Feel free to give us a call. We know all about replacement kitchen doors. We’ve been buying, constructing, selling and fitting kitchen doors for a long time now and so we’ll definitely be able to help you out.

At New Replacement Kitchen Doors we can help overhaul your kitchen with our wide range of replacement kitchen doors, including everything from solid wood kitchen doors to gloss kitchen doors – and everything else in between! Learn more about our range of replacement kitchen doors here.

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