A MUM is angry after her new kitchen developed problems within two months.
Ayesha Asghar of Birkby wants MI Kitchens and Bathrooms to replace nine cupboard doors.
The mother-of-six bought the £3,500 Kensas Beech kitchen last November. Ms Asghar also spent £450 for electrical work and £300 on tiles.
But she noticed problems shortly after the kitchen was installed at her Norwood Road home.
Ms Asghar, 36, said: “When the salesman sold me the kitchen he said the doors were solid, but by January two of them were bubbling.
“I got in touch with the company but it took two or three months of arguing to get them to agree to replace them. By the time the salesman came round nine doors were bubbling.”
Ms Asghar said MI Kitchens, of Viaduct Street, expects her to pay £520 to have the doors replaced.
She said: “It’s disgusting the way they’ve treated me. The kitchen’s under guarantee and I want it fixed.”
Ms Asghar has also contacted trading standards officials and plans to take legal action.
But Mohammed Ikram, owner of MI Kitchens, denied the doors were faulty.
He said: “I took two of the doors to my supplier in Rotherham, who told me the damage was Ms Asghar’s fault because she was washing the doors with water.
“You can tell because the bubbles are at the bottom of the doors where the water has run down.”
Mr Ikram added that Ms Asghar’s guarantee was not valid in this case.
He said: “Technical damage is covered by the guarantee, but not damage caused by the customer.”
Ms Asghar denied washing the doors.