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Any new full kitchen Installation needs some kind of order with a project management scheme set in place to protect the series of construction events that take place from the beginning to fully complete. The project management will make sure that all the different tradesmen and skilled workers that are involved with the kitchen fitting project will be on-site at the correct time to do their particular job and all materials are available so they can complete the work. As the installation progresses your assigned project manager can control each phase and check it off as it's finished. You can expect this service from Premium Kitchens of Doncaster throughout your Kitchen Installation as we like to control the whole process from start to finish.
Your Premium Kitchens of Doncaster selected project manager will call you first before the beginning of your kitchen installation project. This call is to remind you of the future fitting schedule. It is also to let you know to prepare and empty your cupboards and draws of your existing kitchen so they can be removed to make way for your new one.
Upon the day of arrival, your kitchen installers will locate the stop cock and switch off your main water supply. Once they have drained the remaining water from your pipes, the installer will start their first job in the removal of your old existing kitchen. The water will be switched back to normal once the kitchen has been properly removed from your premises.
Our main fitters will strip out and remove your existing kitchen until all the surrounding walls and the area is sparse. The next job is for them to remove and take out all the unnecessary plumbing work or electric cables that might be a hindrance, this in preparation for the plastering, making good of the walls and skimming all areas.
Our building team will proceed to carry out all remedial building work if any was originally agreed upon prior to your installation. This could include anything, such as moving any of your existing doorways, the construction of new plasterboard walls, and the building or removal of any brick-built walls. We then start the first fix. This includes any repair work, construction alterations or renovations if required. The electrics and plumbing system network is doubled checked at this stage.
Once our fitters are happy with the previous preparations they will begin to mark out your new electrical sockets, electrical switches and fused type spurs. They will then alter and if need be, extend any of the plumbing pipes that may need attending to. This could be so that your new kitchen sink fits the newly designed layout. When all this has been completed, we will start to chase out any kitchen walls where a back box will need to be installed for electrical purposes. The electrical wiring can then start to take shape, positioned to take all your new or existing kitchen appliances.
After all the necessary electrical wiring has been chased in and positioned in place, we will begin with all the plastering of the ceilings, walls that are in need of this service. We always like to complete our plaster preparation prior to the fitting of any coving on the wall or ceiling areas. Once all the plastering work has been done, our professional tiler will proceed to tile the floors, laminate or lino, depending on which surface that you ordered. Which can be grouted afterwards if tiles were your choice of floor covering.
At this stage, it will be time for our fitters to install your kitchen cabinets, cupboard and draw units. The order in which this is completed will be different between each fitter as they all have their unique way and process of doing things. Usually, though they will start at a base unit and work from one particular corner and follow around the room area.
nonetheless, most of our professional fitters start at the base and move from one corner around the area of the room.
Once your kitchen fitter is fully content with the installation of your units then It's time to press on to fit your sink and your chosen worktops that you originally ordered. Usually, our professional fitting team at Premium Kitchens of Doncaster will measure twice, cut and size your worktops before the delivery to your house. Once your newly installed worktops have been aligned properly and expertly fitted to your kitchen furniture units, they will be nicely edged and permanently fixed into position.
The time has now arrived to begin the reconnection and installation of your new sink units. Once all the sink connecting is complete and fully tested out, we will begin to start the tiling process on your walls if this is part of the project. Then we will begin the work on your cornices, your infill panelling, together with all the pelmets that are installed.
Depending on your particular design we will usually finish off with the fitting of all the cabinet doors, base plinths, and all the drawer unit fronts and the handles that you selected, plus any accessories that you ordered. It is most important that care is taken with this process at this point because the slightest mistake can spoil the whole look of the layout of your bespoke luxury kitchen. The final next step will always be to connect all the new appliances that you originally ordered within your kitchen installation.
All the appliances that you ordered will be tested to guarantee that they indeed work. If you had any tiling work completed then grouting and making good will be completed to a fine finish to guarantee your kitchen tiling looks it's best.
Finally, we have come to the time to remove all the excess materials and unused debris from your property and tidy up your kitchen. At Premium Kitchens of Doncaster, we always like to leave our work places and your kitchen clean after an installation.
But our business and project management doesn't finish there, as we always like to follow-up on our professional services and make sure that you are fully happy with the process.
We owe our continuing success from our customer's praises and their ongoing recommendations that they pass over to their friends and family.
And don't forget that our whole kitchen supply and installation process is taken care of by our ongoing project Kitchen Project Management that comes FREE of charge during all our kitchen installations. We are indeed your one-stop-shop for everything kitchens.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What type of kitchen worktops are available for Installation?
There are many different types of countertops available, including stone surfaces like granite and Quartz, and many other man-made solid surface materials. Make sure to choose a material that is durable and easy to clean.
Can I install my own kitchen Worktops?
If you are comfortable with DIY projects and have the necessary tools to do the job, then you can certainly try to install your own kitchen worktops. However, it is important to be aware that there may be some complicated steps involved in the process and it is always best to consult a professional if you are unsure about what needs to be done.
What should I do if my kitchen worktops get damaged?
Kitchen worktop damage typically only requires a quick fix and will not take too much time or effort to repair. Make sure that any spilled liquids or food particles are cleaned up as soon as possible so that the surface does not become stained or scratched. If necessary, use a gentle cleaning product specifically designed for stone surfaces to keep your counters looking their best.
What kinds of appliances are available through Kitchen Installations?
Premium Kitchens of Doncaster offers a wide range of appliances, including ovens, microwaves, dishwashers, and refrigerators. You can choose from a variety of brands and styles to find the perfect appliance for your home. If you're not sure which appliance is right for you, our experts can help you select the best one for your needs. We also offer installation services to make sure your new appliance is properly installed in your kitchen.
Do you tile before fitting the kitchen worktop?
No, we tile after kitchen worktops are fitted. The reason for this is that if you tile before fitting the worktops, any errors in measurements will be hidden by the tiles. If it’s not perfect underneath then the tiling job won’t look great either. However, after making sure your kitchen appliance is perfectly fitted and leveled with each other, we can now proceed to tile around them ensuring a seamless finish.
Should floors be installed before cabinets?
Yes, flooring should be installed before you install your cabinets. This is because the height of your kitchen cabinets needs to take into account the thickness of both your new floor and subfloor for it to work properly. What are the most common mistakes people make when planning a kitchen installation? The most common mistake is not planning ahead enough. It's important to think about the layout of your new kitchen and how all the appliances will fit before starting the installation. Another common mistake is underestimating the amount of time the installation will take. Make sure you allow plenty of time for the project so there are no surprises.
Do I need to be home during the installation?
It is not necessary for you to be there during installation - but it can be helpful since you'll want to go over the finishing touches with the installer when they are done. If you're not able-bodied enough to stay on-site throughout the entire process or have other commitments that day, just make sure someone else is available who can act as your representative and answer any questions the installers may have.
What about the old appliances?
We advise removing all existing kitchen appliances and disposing of it properly as soon as possible after installation is complete. Most retailers will not accept returns if we find that an appliance has already been used, or if there’s evidence someone else previously owned it (i.e., food in the refrigerator). It would also be a good idea to cover any floor vents with cardboard boxes so dust doesn’t get pushed throughout your home during the removal process - just set them aside later when you remove those items from the house.
Do I need to vacuum before my installers arrive? It may help to reduce the amount of dust created during installation, but it’s not necessary.
Do I need to clear everything out of my kitchen before the installation?
Yes, it’s important to clear your kitchen out of all food and appliances before the contractor arrives. Not only is this necessary for safety reasons; you don’t want any unwanted smells or odours during construction! It also ensures that there won’t be any damage done by dropped tools or materials.
Are there any electrical or plumbing issues that could come up during installation?
A common concern is whether a kitchen refresh might cause problems with existing wiring in the home - but this isn't really an issue because all newer products are designed with today's safety standards in mind. Plumbing complications also rarely arise as these days you typically won't need anything other than basic tools like wrench sets and screwdrivers unless you're adding something extra like a waste disposal unit into the mix.
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