Kitchen Fitting

Kitchen Installation

 

Marking out the positions of the units - using a tape, pencil and spirit level

Set two level lines around the room where the unit are to be positioned, one at the height shown for the worktops and the other shown for the height of the wall units on the kitchen elevation drawing using the tape, spirit level and pencil, transfer the dimensions for the kitchen lay out/plan and mark onto the walls where each size and type of unit are to be fixed using the tape and pencil, plumb the marks up using the spirit level and tape

 

Fitting of the kitchen base units - using a screw gun

Place the first unit into position, level up the unit ensuring you stay the thickness of the worktop down from the level line, fix the unit back to the wall through the factory fitted brackets using the screw gun, repeat the procedure unit all the kitchen base units are fitted

 

Fitting of the kitchen wall units - using a screw gun

Place the first unit into position, ensure it is sat on the level line and fix the unit back to the wall through the solid rails in the back of the unit, repeat the procedure unit all the kitchen wall units are fitted

 

Cutting and fitting of the work tops - using tape, pencil, set square, rip saw, router, worktop jig, clamps, spanner and screw gun

Measure the length of the worktops using the tape measure, mark the desired lengths onto the worktop using the tape and pencil, square up the marks using the set square and pencil, cut down the line using the rip saw, place the worktop jig onto the worktop and clamp into position, machine in the female cut of the joint and bolt housings using the router, repeat the same process for the male cut of the joint, place the worktop into position and bolt up using the spanner, fix the worktops down to the base units through the factory fitted brackets using the screw gun,

 

Fitting the unit doors and handles - using a cordless drill and screw gun

Place the hinge into the factory cut housing and fix into position using the screw gun, place the hinge plate onto the kitchen unit so the fixings line up with the factory cut pilot holes for the hinge plate and fix in position using the screw gun, swing the doors by clipping the arms on the hinges onto the hinge plate, core through the factory cut pilot hole for the handles using the cordless drill, place the bolts from the handles into the hole and tight them into the back of the handles using the screw gun

 

Fit light pelmet and cornice - using chop saw, cordless drill, tape, pencil

Measure lengths around the perimeter of the wall units, cut mitres and the desired length on the light pelmet and cornice, place in position and fix

 

Fitting the plinths, pelmet and cornice - using a tape, pencil, chop saw and cordless

Measure around the tops or bottoms of the kitchen units using the tape, mark the desired dimension onto the plinth, pelmet or cornice using the tape and pencil, place the plinth, pelmet or cornice onto the chop saw and cut to the marks ensuring your hands are safely away from the blade when pulling the saw down, fit the relevant brackets to the back of the plinth, pelmet or cornice using the screw gun, place the plinth pelmet or cornice into position and fix through the brackets and into the units using the screw gun

 

All surplus off cut of carcassing or worktop to be stacked neatly to avoid them becoming a hazzard and so they are ready for collection

 

 

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Oliver Wild Ltd, Unit A4 Alison Business Centre, Sheffield, S2 1AS, Company Number: 7803633, VAT Number: 177-1194-93

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