kitchen fitting

Discussion in 'Kitchen Fitters' Talk' started by gooky, Aug 25, 2007.

  1. gooky

    gooky New Member

    i want to be a kitchen fitter
  2. Ion Transient

    Ion Transient New Member

    I'll pray for you
  3. bernieeccles

    bernieeccles Member

    I want to be a Millionaire !
  4. Joelp1

    Joelp1 New Member

    being a fluffer is more fun.

    If you dont know what one is, urban dictionary it.
  5. Manic

    Manic New Member

    What are you doing now?
    You can start at the bottom and train / work with a kitchen fitter. It will not pay much to start with. Once trained it will cost you a lot to set-up as a kitchen fitter. Tools about £2800. Gas training about £3000. Part P Electrics about £1700. You will need a van.
    Are you sure?
  6. Captain Leaky

    Captain Leaky New Member

    How can you train as a kitchen fitter if it's not a trade?

    Ooops ! Has this been discussed before? :^O
  7. innit

    innit New Member

    "Tools about £2800"

    And the rest!!!
  8. makita49

    makita49 New Member

    And you dont need gas or electrics sub that out.
  9. the panda

    the panda New Member

    its cheaper to nick the tools - but there are none left in this forum overnight!
  10. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    its cheaper to nick the tools - but there are none
    left in this forum overnight!

    I don't know, Ion Transvestite seems to be left out overnight and he's a tool.
  11. Mickthefish

    Mickthefish New Member

    Sod the part p and the gas , you can dry fit kitchens on site and still earn over a grand a week
  12. Mickthefish

    Mickthefish New Member

    Of course it's a trade, chippies get upset because they can't fit kitchens as good as kitchen fitters , at least I don't know any that can
  13. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

  14. limestone cowboy

    limestone cowboy New Member

    its cheaper to nick the tools - but there are none
    left in this forum overnight!

    I would it is mostly tools that are in this forum overnight.
  15. gooky

    gooky New Member

    i work at the screw trade counter in winchester sounds alrite but i dont have transport at the moment but a motor bike is in the horizon.
  16. gooky

    gooky New Member

    not when u work at screw fix lol
  17. Jim

    Jim Guest

    You probably are a kitchen fitter, you just dont know it yet, lets face it, it aint hard.
  18. chip off the block

    chip off the block New Member

    kitchen fitting is a trade as long as all aspects are done but all it does is take a small aspect of each trade to make a trade specializing in 1 area
  19. goldenboy

    goldenboy Super Member

    your kitchen are going to look pretty funny mate with all the units being 150 pullouts as thats all you will be able to strap to your motorbike. sorry best of luck

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