A woman who spent £10,000 on her dream ‘state of the art’ kitchen says she’s washing dishes in the bath. When flooding ruined Margaret Love’s kitchen she decided to take the plunge and splash out on a new one at a Magnet showroom in Gosforth. Margaret, of Denton Burn, in Newcastle says she was told it would take 10 days for the work to be carried out. But almost two weeks after when it should have been completed she’s been left with a half finished kitchen, report ChronicleLive. And the stress has been so much she’s collapsed – and had to be revived by her first-aider daughter. Magnet say the issues are not directly linked to them – and lie with an independent contractor. She said: “I have got parts of the kitchen units installed, but not completed. “I went to Magnet because they had a good reputation for bespoke kitchens. The fitter walked off the job and this is how it has been left by Magnet. “It was supposed to be completed by a set deadline within a two weeks period, work started on July 31 and there is still no finalised date for it to be completed. “Until last… Read full this story
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