DIY Kitchen Installations
Year after year, there continues to be a growth in the number of DIY kitchen installations throughout the UK. There are a number of suppliers, who make it easier than ever to quickly and easily install a great looking kitchen. Even complete novices are able to assemble the flat-packed with relative ease.
The first task is to decide where you want to purchase your kitchen supplies from. Some of the most popular choices include Ikea, Wickes, B&Q and John Lewis. Don’t forget to look at specialist specialist kitchen manufacturers, such as Magnet and Wren.
Ensure you measure up correctly, as it can be costly mistake if the worktops, cabinets and fittings don’t fit. Double check your measurements before placing any orders.
For a DIY install, you will most likely need to remove and dispose of your old kitchen yourself. A great waste disposal option is hiring a skip, as you will be able to throw away the waste as it is created, and for a normal sized kitchen, the cost should be around £100.
Make sure that all the parts are delivered correctly and undamaged. Follow the instructions to install your new kitchen. Remember that the supplier is only a phone call away if you run into any problems.
If you are going to undertake a kitchen install, it is important to remember that a qualified professional must undertake any gas work. It is also advisable to use a plumber or electrician for drainage or electrical work.