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How To Prepare For A New Kitchen Installation

Installing a new kitchen can be a hassle, but the end result is worth it. The hassle can be minimized greatly with preparation beforehand. The tips that are to be explained in this article will help to prepare your surrounding environment for the kitchen installation. Any time that is spent now preparing will help to minimize any issues that may occur during the installation of your new kitchen.

Here are some tips for preparing for a new kitchen installation.

Empty the kitchen space then prepare it

The space where the kitchen is going to, or replace, should be completely emptied out. This includes emptying any cabinetry, tables should be moved and everything that is not part of the base structure should be emptied and moved out. Any furniture such as chairs should also be moved. The space essentially has to be empty besides the bare essentials.

Protect other rooms from dust and debris

It is important to keep the other adjoining rooms safe from dust and debris. This is achieved by closing off the doorways to the kitchen, by covering them with plastic. If you need to be able to move in and out of the doorways, plastic with zips for entering are available for purchase.

Prepare the room below the kitchen

Sometimes, part of the renovation involves ripping up the floor for the installation of a ceramic tile floor. The result of this can be dust and debris falling down below into the room below. To counter this, a good idea is to place down a plastic floor cover to catch the dust and debris, as well as remove unnecessary items from the room below if possible.

Following these simple tips can ensure that the hassle and mess of a new kitchen installation are minimized. By removing everything non-essential from the room the installation will be in, you make it easier for it to get done and reduce the amount of cleaning needed. By closing off doorways to the kitchen and preparing the room below the kitchen, you reduce the amount of cleaning needed. Get through the hassle and mess, and enjoy your new kitchen at the end!