Out of the box, into your kitchen, the quality of our pre-built German fitted kitchens is obvious
- and with our kitchens you could save £1000's on installation costs:
0.00: Open the box and take out your new stylish drawer unit
0.02: Fit the handles into the pre-drilled holes
0.05: Cup of Tea!
0.00: Open the box / boxes and take out all the different pieces
0.15:Locate the instructions, layout and check all the pieces.
A typical 500mm drawer pack will have 138 pieces (or should have!)
Warning: Installation should only be performed by a competent person - incorrect
installation could be dangerous. Before you start, make sure you have the correct
tools, plenty of space and a clean dry area for the construction of the unit. Read
The instructions thoroughly and run through the order of construction.
The tools you will require are:
Cross head screwdriver Drill
3mm drill bit
4.5mm drill bit
PVA wood glue
2 pairs of Pliers
Assembly should be done in the order shown in the diagrams, constructing one unit
at a time and keeping the parts together to avoid losing them. Lay large panels
on the floor using the packaging for protection. Do not over tighten, or under tighten
0.37:Fit the runners to the side panel as shown, with the runner
wheel facing the front edge of the cabinet. Position the runners using the 3 pre-marked
positions and secure in place using 3 x screws per runner. Using a bradawl, pilot
a fourth fixing position using 1 x screw per runner. Repeat the above using runners
on the other side panel.
0.52:Next, on each of the side panels you need to insert the 10
wooden dowels, making sure that you apply a small droplet of glue in each of the
locations holes. Tap these in gently with a hammer to ensure each one locates correctly.
You know what... this is going to take ages,
I really can’t be bothered to type out Steps 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 just for
It would take a professional fitter 2.5 days to build this kitchen - how long would
it take you?
So now you see the advantage of a pre-built German kitchen!