Putting in your own new kitchen will save you 1000′s of pounds as opposed to getting kitchen installers to get it done for you. when your typical kitchen costs between £4,000 – £15,000 paying £3,000 – £6,500 to get it fitted is much too expensive for most people.
The truth is that installing a kitchen is not nearly as tricky as it may seem, you can always contact a plumber and electrician to perform their bits but the true fitting of the cupboards is a simple task. Often you’ll find that quite a few of the new kitchen units are delivered pre-assembled requiring little in the way of assembly.
One of the perfect ways to learn the way in which to fit your new kitchen is to have a look at just how your previous kitchen was installed, you could be re-designing the layout but the theory will stay the same.Now your aged kitchen is out you ought to have an empty working place with which to fix your new kitchen. Fixing a kitchen requires a power saw for cutting a drill, screw driver, measuring tape, pencil and level, with these resources you will be ready.
Start out by installing your floor cabinets first, make sure all of them are level so as your worktop can be easily fixed above. Take into account to chop out some holes to enable for pipe work for your drain as well as electrical wires for sockets. Employ the saw to cut out sections of your cupboards to fit comfortably against the walls and then using the drill attach your cupboards to the wall structure behind. You should now be ok to fit your kitchen work surface across the tops of your cabinets, keep in mind to allow a hole for your sink and taps to work in snugly.
With all the above accomplished you can now start fitting your kitchen wall units. For marking the holes where you will fix your wall units you will need someone to hold the cupboard in place allowing you to pencil a mark. A helpful tip is to remove the doors off your units before marking where to drill.