Scheduling the work

 

Scheduling the workFor a pain-free kitchen installation you need to plan ahead. Prepare for the delivery by checking the width of your entry doors to make sure any tall units or L shaped corner units will fit through the opening, don’t forget the units will arrive rigid. If you think there might be a problem with access, then you can request that the units to be delivered dry assembled to make it easier for you.

Always plan the delivery of your kitchen a few days prior to starting work. You will need to make sure you have enough space to store the units until you are ready to fit them too. Don’t forget to schedule in any work needed with other tradesman, like plumbers or electricians, to disconnect or move your services.

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Planning a new kitchen?

Kitchen plannerIf you are thinking of buying a new kitchen from DIY Kitchens online then why not take a look at our kitchen visualisation application here. You be able to see how a new kitchen would look in any of our styles, in the colour that you would like and even paint your walls and choose some flooring to see how your final design would look in your home!

Want to plan your kitchen and create a paper plan mock-up? Simply download the Kitchen Planner PDFs here and start measuring up slotting units into position.

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