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Probably the most important element of any kitchen purchase is getting the measurements correct.

Always measure in millimetres the exact width and length of your space/room. It’s always useful if you can create a scaled drawing of your kitchen using the correct dimensions and showing the position of doors and any electrical, gas and plumbing.

Working Triangle

A tried and tested method is the working or ‘magic’ triangle. A kitchen needs three working areas

  • Preparation
  • Cooking
  • Washing

It’s recommended that there is as little distance as possible between these three areas.

Corner Situations

Installation Notes – Conventional Corner Units

  • All corner base and wall units are supplied with full fitting instructions and a corner conversion kit
  • Ensure that the units are positioned at tight angles to each other before fitting corner post (supplied)
  • Ensure that the base corner cabinet end is pulled off the wall by 150mm for the 1000mm unit and by 250mm for the 800mm unit. Ensure that the wall corner cabinet end is pulled off the wall by 50mm (see diagrams below).

‘L’ shape Corner Units

  • The ‘L’ shape corner unit is supplied with full fitting instructions and a corner fillet
  • The 950 x 950mm ‘L’ shaped base unit and 650 x 650mm ‘L’ shaped wall unit are designed specifically for a corner situation and do not require any extra space leaving behind or beside them
  • When using the ‘L’ shape base or wall units, only the door without the corner fillet should be fitted with a handle.

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