HOW TO MEASURE YOUR SPACE
We will do a final measure in your home prior to beginning construction of your cabinets. This way, if your dimensions are off by even a fraction of an inch we will catch it before building!
1. Begin by drawing out a floor plan of the space. Include all walls, windows, doorways, and dot in any bulkheads or other architectural features.
2. Measure from the finished floor to the ceiling. Note this height in the center of your diagram. Make sure to measure the height of your bulkheads as well!
3.Now start in one corner of your room, and begin to measure all doorways, windows, walls, and bulkhead runs. HINT: When measuring windows and doors, include the width of the trim casing on either side. Also, separately note the width of just the casing. For windows, please note the height of the window, as well as the distance from the finished floor to the bottom of the window casing.
4. If you decide not to move any appliances or plumbing, please measure from the nearest wall to the center of all appliances and sinks. Note these ‘center-lines’ on the diagram.
5. Be sure to note any obstructions or limitations in the kitchen as well. For example: boxed-in pipes, telephone jacks or receptacles that cannot be moved, space for a table in an eat-in kitchen, etc.
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