As you build your new home, there are many areas and products to consider. Because cabinetry is a cosmetic feature (rather than structural), it’s one of the last things to be installed.
Here are the things that need to be in place before you’re ready to see a Kitchen Designer:
- Plans drawn by Architect or Draftsperson (cabinetry should be allowed for but won’t need to be designed in detail).
- Plans approved by council
- Builder engaged and contracts signed. The kitchen and any other cabinetry needs to be excluded from the contract with the builder for us to be involved in their design and manufacturing.
- Building Permits issued
- Building work has commenced
If you’ve worked through all the above steps, read about Our Appointment Process here.
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