Are you from Glasgow by any chance?
I skipped this at the weekend!
I did my kitchen with it and had a few bits left-over...hadn't
accounted for the fact that once the units were in place, the laminate
didn't have to go all the way back to the wall.
"As part of the overspill policy of Glasgow Corporation, a huge
housing estate was built here in the 1950s to house 34,000 people - it
is this estate that is now most associated with Drumchapel, despite
there being an area known as Old Drumchapel made up of affluent villas
to the south of modern Drumchapel.
The area has well-known social problems, notably anti-social
behaviour and degeneration of often poorly constructed post-war
housing. However, it remains popular with many of its residents
Also what happens when replacing the units? My kitchen is a bit naff (I
think it was put together from bits being taken out of another one!) but
one of the reasons I'm not going to be sorting it soon is that in many
places the tiles only go up to the fronts of the units - so I'd have to
either match the tiles (impossible - I tried for a repair) or replace
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