When it comes to Ikea kitchens, we provide a professional assembly and installation service that assists you from initial planning stages right through to seeing your creative vision being completed using our skilled tradespersons.
Accurately measuring your kitchen space is an important step towards success. Our professional installers will assist in measuring your kitchen space including location of windows, doors, exhaust ventilation, plumbing, electrical outlets, special wall and floor angles and architectural features.
Flat pack kitchens is designed to save you money by keeping shipping costs to a minimum. However, it also means a lot of self-assembly work is required using step-by-step paper instructions included within the packaging.
INSTALLING CABINETS TO WALLS
Measuring and drawing the position of your cabinets on the wall ensures everything will fit and uneven spots are smoothed out using putty or various shims. Uneven floors and right-angled corners are checked using laser spirit levels and try-squares. Electronic stud finders can be used for identifying behind-the-wall electrical cables and structural beams for hanging wall-mounted cabinets.
This is the visible and most often used part of any flat pack kitchen design. It is best to hire professionals to perform this process whom will accurately cut out holes for fitting of sinks and cooktops, check fitment of oven, dishwasher and feature lighting.
INTERIOR STORAGE AND ACCESSORIES
This process involves fitting and aligning of doors, adjustable shelving, pullout drawers, and interior accessories like rotating pull-out storage, wire baskets, and cabinet feature lighting.
Cutting of the kickboard base plinths, wall cabinet deco moulding strips and cornices can be quite challenging for the unskilled person, particularly when special cutting angles or uneven floor surfaces are involved. These require specialty cutting tools that canbe set at a pre-determined angle. Attaching door handles evenly on each cabinet is best performed using templates pre-fabricated on-site ensuring door's finished surface does not splinter when being drilled.