Not sure what to do with your old kitchen?

Are you purchasing a new kitchen and not sure what to do with your old one? I bet you didn’t know there is a huge online marketplace for used kitchens. The Used Kitchen Company buy and sell used and ex-display kitchens nationwide and yours could be one of them. The process is simple and there is always someone there to assist you every step of the way.  The Used Kitchen Company was set up over 12 years ago as the brainchild of Looeeze Grossman who realised there was an important gap in the market for recycling perfectly good used kitchens.  They have now listed over 5000 used and ex-display kitchens which are happily re-installed up and down the country and further afield.

If you want to sell your old kitchen with The Used Kitchen Company, just take a few clear photos of your kitchen and upload them to get valued. For more information, visit their Sell My Kitchen page or give them a call on 020 8349 1943.


1.  How can we dismantle our kitchen without damaging it?

There is certainly an art that our team of professional fitters have.  The main issue when dismantling a kitchen is to remove the worktops undamaged.  This is best done by starting off with a lot of manpower – a large piece of granite can need 4 or 5 people to lift.  The next step is to work on the joins and silicone as this is the key before trying to gently remove the tops. For more dismantling tips and tricks, check out our blog post on kitchen removal.

2.  Is it OK for me to keep some of the appliances ?

Yes, it is absolutely fine to keep appliances, but we do suggest that if hobs/sinks are cut into the worktops, it is a good idea to include them when possible.

3.  How will it fit in someone else’s home ?

Once you lift the worktops off a kitchen, each unit is an individual carcass, so it is a bit like a jigsaw puzzle where you can easily reconfigure the units to accommodate your space.  We always say buy a little larger than you need, and that way you have a few extra units to play with.

4.  Why would anyone want to buy my used kitchen?

You’ll be surprised by how many used kitchens we sell. Lot’s of people love to recycle and up-cycle old kitchens by repainting it, adding new worktops or changing the handles – making it look brand new again. Sometimes you won’t even be able to recognise it’s the same kitchen. Not only is it good for our planet, but it saves you money too making it a good option for those on a budget.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact our kitchen specialists at 020 8349 1943