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Are DIY kitchens easy to install?

Are DIY kitchens easy to install?

Fitting your own kitchen sounds really complex, but actually it’s mostly fairly straightforward and I would say, it’s a lot like putting together a piece of furniture from IKEA. It’s a bit of a jigsaw, more than anything, but some of the pieces need tweaking to fit.

Do DIY kitchens have a design service?

Whilst our team can certainly offer you advice on your kitchen design, we don’t offer a design and planning service. By encouraging our customers to create their own kitchen plans, we don’t incur the expensive overheads associated with employing a team of kitchen planners.

Are DIY kitchens cheaper?

Affordable and Great Value for Money! Overall, I personally think DIY Kitchens offer great quality units at a decent price. Unlike other kitchens suppliers, there is no room for haggling (or at least, I don’t believe so?!)

How long does it take to fit a DIY kitchen?

On average, it takes a kitchen fitter anywhere between 2-5 days to install a new kitchen. Amateurs are likely to take a little longer – so prepare for your kitchen to be out of action for some time.

Are Magnet kitchens worth the money?

We asked Magnet customers to rate the quality and durability of different components of the kitchen they bought. Some firms achieved an impressive five stars for how well customers found their kitchens lasted, while others lagged behind with a more mediocre three stars.

Is it cheaper to build your own kitchen cabinets?

Building your own kitchen cabinets is only a feasible plan if you have plenty of time, a shop full of tools, and intermediate woodworking skills. While building your own cabinets saves about 66%, the cost of tools and time eats into this significantly for someone who is not an experienced woodworker.

Do DIY kitchens make bespoke units?

As we manufacture and paint our own doors, we are able to offer our ‘Bespoke Paint’ service which allows you to create a truly personalised and unique kitchen.

Are DIY kitchens ready assembled?

All of our units are also available dry assembled; this can be specified in the ‘extra information’ box when a unit is added to the shopping cart. This allows certain units within a specific order to be delivered rigid, but not glued.

Are IKEA kitchens good Australia?

Yes, Ikea kitchens are good. I believe that Ikea kitchen are a great product for the price. Of course, custom cabinetry is better. But if your budget does not allow for a completely custom, locally built kitchen then I believe that an Ikea kitchen remodel is an excellent second choice.

Should you pick flooring or cabinets first?

Installing flooring before your cabinets is the best choice for most hardwood floors. When professionals install floors then cabinets, it’s easier to get everything to standard heights. It’s also a safer installation process for your cabinets since you won’t risk any damage to them as professionals install the floors.

Why choose DIY Australia for your kitchen design?

With DIY Australia, you get a high-quality kitchen at an affordable price that you and your family will enjoy for many years to come. Our professional kitchen designers can create your dream kitchen in 3D with our software. This is a free service in our Sydney factory, or our experienced kitchen designer can come to your home for a small fee.

Would you recommend DIY kitchens?

We would highly recommend DIY kitchens. We had seen alot of positive reviews… We had seen alot of positive reviews for DIY Kitchens online and chose to source our units from them. We were very happy with our choice, have since received comments from builders on quality of units.

What is the most popular kitchen style in Australia?

The Shaker is our most popular kitchen style as it can be designed to suit both contemporary and traditional homes. The handle-less Shadowline kitchen has a streamlined, high-end look that perfectly complements contemporary Australian homes.

How much does it cost to have a kitchen design consultation?

If you’re not confident of your kitchen design skills, both stores offer expert help for a fee. Ikea has instore advice from kitchen specialists for $99, or you can book a home visit for $149. Bunnings has an instore service for $49 or a home visit for $99, redeemable off the kitchen purchase.