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We started the process of ordering a kitchen in January, and after several cancellations of the initial appointment (by them, during the snow) which took us into a week's holiday, we finally got the kitchen ordered. Now, my partner is pregnant and is due in the first two weeks of June, and we were initially assured the kitchen would be fitted before then. Now, they are telling us fitting will not begin until July 6th, which is hardly convenient. We initially agreed to this (last week) but on reflection, find this to be completely unacceptable. And now, to add insult to injury, we've received a letter telling us the finance agreement will begin taking money in April for a kitchen that won't even be fitted for another four months.

 

I have spoken to the finance department on the phone (yesterday, 19th March), but the person I spoke to was extremely unhelpful, to the point of being rude.

 

I am now considering cancelling the kitchen, but was wondering if there are likely to be any problems with recouping the deposit we have paid and cancelling the credit agreement.

 

Thanks for any help.

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Can you not get an independent kitchen fitter to install the kitchen for you? In my experience it would be cheaper aswell.

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You could try complaining in writing stating that you were assured that the kitchen would be fitted by x date, and you made it clear that "time is of the essence" given the impending arrival. Tell them that you need to cancel on the basis that they cannot perform the contract as agreed ie to be finished by x date. Their inability to perform as originally agreed may repudiate the contract and thus the deposit may be refundable, alternatively offer them the option of fitting as originally agreed.

 

Send the letter to the store manager and copy to head office and finance co.

 

I'm not legally trained - just had my share of battles with organisations!

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Did you tell them that the fit date was sensitive due to the impending bank-balance destroyer?

 

If so then I think you have a reasonable argument on the basis of PoppyNurse's comments above. Contrary to their ts and cs time was of the essence for the contract and their failure to fit on schedule is a fundamental breach of contract.

 

What was the initial delivery and fit date? Depending on this you might also be able to point to the supply of goods and services act - it must be done within a reasonable time. What is reasonable however is a question of fact ...

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Funnily enough I bought a kitchen from B&Q and they delivered everthing except the 400mm draw units , took me 6 weeks to get them and only that happened becuase I threatended to take the rest of the kitchen out and bring it back for a refund.

 

Go to the store , speak to the manager , create a scene , get the wife to cry and start to feel ill ..... the stress .....

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B&Q don't fit kitchens unless this has changed very recently. They supply the fitments and a contractor takes over the job, they T&Cs explains the exact relationship. As for the finance being due before the kitchen is fitted - this is of no consequence, as the finance house will expect payment whilst the goods are still in their cardboard boxes.

 

To get the type of response you want, you'd need to go to a one-stop supplier who supplied AND fitted, and gets paid once you're satisfied with the work. The earlier suggestion of getting a local contractor of your own choosing (or strong arm the original one) is the only way you'll not lose out.

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In my experience B&Q do employ their own fitters and do fit kitchens.

 

MFI used to have a strange set up though, split it up between dry fits and wet fits and stuff.

 

There are risks in using a local small supplier and a large national chain. Not sure there is a sure-fire way to win, unless you have a contractor you know well and trust.

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Thanks again for the replies.

 

B & Q have told me that they are in the process of cancelling the order for me and that the deposit will be refunded. This will apparently be carried out on Saturday as the person I am dealing with is off work today and tomorrow (though why someone else couldn't do it, I don't know). It has been like pulling teeth dealing with them, however. I have been ringing them all week explaining the situation: that the credit people were rude and unhelpful, that I was initially told the fitting date could not be changed only for them to offer to change the date when I said I wanted to cancel (I am afraid I didn't believe that they would honour this date given my experience so far). Nobody returned any of my phone calls despite telling me they would do so and I kept being shunted over to new people, who I then had to ring because, again, they didn't contact me. It was just a joke and made me wonder what would happen if anything should go wrong during the install process.

 

I'm currently waiting for Saturday and for another call not to come.

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