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Hi Hubbers, I am thinking at signing up to LNPG to purchase boilers/whitegoods and a few kitchens....anyone have any experience/feedback using them?

 

Regards Justin

 

PS. Don't forget the surrey meet up in Epsom on the 2nd Thursday of every month :) 

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The Epsom meetup takes place on the first Thursday of every month, find out more here

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Have just renewed my membership, I've used them over the past year to buy a number of new boilers through Plumb Center and a new kitchen for one property from Magnet. My gas engineer can't believe the prices I'm getting boilers and associated parts for, I've been fitting Worcester Bosch boilers for the price of much cheaper models and the credit account hasn't hurt cashflow when putting these in. Local staff at Magnet had no idea what to do with me, but once I got speaking to the right person they were a dream, and prices were excellent.

 

If you're just looking for a few tins of paint it might not be worth it, but for kitchens and boilers I can't recommend them enough. Think there's another thread on here with a discount code for forum members so worth looking for that.

Kevin Dempsey

Legionella Edinburgh

http://www.legionellaedinburgh.com

 

Specialist provider of legionella risk assessments to landlords and letting agents - Glasgow - Edinburgh - Dundee

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I have been considering signing up for a while but searching the site I can't find any specific information on the discounts available. Can anyone advise what they might be? Is it a percentage across all products sold by each supplier?  Or specific offers available to members only? It's impossible to decide whether LNPG membership would be useful without this information. (If it's on there somewhere and I missed it apologies!)

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Laura, I've just registered on here and saw your post.  A few months ago I attended a property meeting and the founder of LNPG gave a presentation.  LNPG are not allowed to advertise so that's why you won't find any information about the discounts their membership offers.  I took some notes and here are a couple of examples for you:

 

A Worcester Greenstar 30ikw boiler (Which Best Buy 2013) would normally cost around £850 but LNPG members can get it for £586 + VAT with a 5-year warranty.  A Baxi Doutec 28k would normally cost £745 but LNPG members can get it for £522 + VAT.  I was impressed with the quality of products and the discounts offered.  I would use them for boilers, bathroom suites and kitchens.  The savings on kitchens were very good.

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Thanks Crystal. Will investigate further then.

 

Laura, I've just registered on here and saw your post.  A few months ago I attended a property meeting and the founder of LNPG gave a presentation.  LNPG are not allowed to advertise so that's why you won't find any information about the discounts their membership offers.  I took some notes and here are a couple of examples for you:

 

A Worcester Greenstar 30ikw boiler (Which Best Buy 2013) would normally cost around £850 but LNPG members can get it for £586 + VAT with a 5-year warranty.  A Baxi Doutec 28k would normally cost £745 but LNPG members can get it for £522 + VAT.  I was impressed with the quality of products and the discounts offered.  I would use them for boilers, bathroom suites and kitchens.  The savings on kitchens were very good.

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We discussed LNPG at a recent Leeds Property Meetup (7pm, 1st Thursday every month at The Crowd of Favours) and while they do offer excellent value a few people mentioned that its worth pushing for even bigger discounts. New members may get say a 50% discount and think they have a good deal (which the probably have) but longer term members or those that push may get a 70%-80% discount and a great deal.

Note I've not used them myself and am just passing on the comment.

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The Leeds Meetup takes place on the first Thursday of every month, find out more here
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I've been a member for a few years now and in my experience for kitchens and boilers you can't go wrong. You'll make up the cost of membership pretty much straight on the first purchase (depending on how many properties you own). Definitely recommend but as Kevin suggested for things like paint, maybe worth looking elsewhere

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