When the cabinets fit perfectly, and the doors hang square, and the drawers run smoothly, and all the parts do what they're supposed to do, the end users will be happy.
They'll appreciate the quality workmanship, without even realising the effort that's gone into it.
A successful installation requires careful planning and the ability to adapt the components you're installing to the actual site conditions.
It also requires a good understanding of how the other trades fit in with your part of the job, so that in the end all of the elements work together.
We'll also examine the sorts of things you should look for and the process of recording them.
The unit is designed to follow on from Processes in kitchen and bathroom projects.
In that unit we took a broad view of the processes involved in installing a kitchen or bathroom and the main factors that help to produce a quality job.
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There are three sections in this unit:
- Site assessment
- Construction features
- Services and design
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