Kitchen Renovations Auckland

What work is required to install a new kitchen?

  1. This can vary and depends on the amount of actions to be done, however generally the following actions are required if you are having the old kitchen completely removed.
  2. Dismantling of the existing cabinetry and bench tops Plumbing work and electrical work to disconnect the existing fittings. Stripping up any flooring or existing wall tiles.
  3. Carpentry for any alteration work that is required to modify the room to suit the new design layout Repair of damage to plaster work, or any area that will now be exposed, as a result of a re-designed kitchen layout.
  4. Plumbing and electrical work to move and replace the old connections, new electrical wiring, water inlet and outlet pipes and gas lines.
  5. Installation of new cabinetry and bench tops and any ceiling to top cabinet panels (these are called bulk heads)
  6. Plumbing and electrical work to fit the existing or new appliances (sinks, taps, dishwashers, ovens, cooktops, rangehood.
  7. Plaster work to repair, patch up, or to fit, any new plaster cornices required to go around any overhead cabinet bulkheads that are part of the new kitchen design.
  8. Tiling work to fit tiles on cement sheeting for wall protection as required. Alternatively, if glass or stainless steel splash backs have been selected they can now be fitted. Finally any new floor coverings can now be fitted.
  9. There is a lot of trade work required in a kitchen installation and unless you are fully conversant with the requirements you will find it difficult to coordinate them all

What is the difference between Custom Made and Prefabricated cabinetry?

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