5d9B_9x95YhVJtoUzPqSeH7uNgc.txt Secrets Behind Me: Tips for Managing a Modern Kitchen

Monday, June 14, 2010

Tips for Managing a Modern Kitchen

I'm getting excited with my new little house soon. And I am looking forward to make or design some improvements of my kitchen. Perhaps you noticed that I am a kitchen person. Oh yeah!, love to stay in the kitchen. If you cannot find me in my room, definitely you can find me in the kitchen.

I love that my kitchen worktops looks beautiful, so, after spending time searching for the right granite worktops. I found this recommended steps to take before , during and after fitting a new kitchen worktop.

Before the fitting :

1. Find a quality product - After deciding which style most suitable to your kitchen and within your budget the first step is to source a reputable seller from which to buy. 

2. Measure Correctly - In order to determine the right size of worktop to purchase measure the width and length of the current worktop. Consider adding 8% on top of this measurement for waste. If the worktop is to be professionally fitted consider asking the filter to double check your measurements. .

3. Clear the Kitchen - Create a clear work environment so the person fitting the worktop is able to concentrate on the work. Remove the old worktop and any electrical appliances which might interfere. If you have kids or pets running around place the old worktops outside the property or even better remove it on the day. 

During Fitting : 

1. Supervise the fitting - Kitchen worktop fitting should not really exceed a day's work. Consider the day off to concentrate on supervising the work to ensure is there to give a quick answer should a problem arises.

2. Make alternative plans - If you are used to congregate every lunch time in the kitchen make alternative plans to give the fitters plenty of room to work (in peace and quiet_. Consider taking the family out of the property as you will not be able use to worktop until the work has ended. 

After the Fitting :

1. Dispose of the old work top - Make plans to safely dispose of the old worktop and the packaging of the new worktop. One option is to take it to a local certified dumpster or the second option is to negotiate its disposal with the fitters.

2. Inspect the build quality - Before the fitters finish their work, inspect it together highlighting any possible imperfections found and that your expectations are 100% met. By highlighting  those before the fitters leave it can be resolved then and there. 


1 comment:

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Yes, granite worktop will be a fitting worktop for your kitchen. It will add class and elegance to your kitchen. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.