I've reached the point of exasperation with so called kitchen
fitter/suppliers, with extended delivery dates and mysteriously increasing
quotes. I'm going to have to do it myself. Now, it seems I go and buy
carcases, and I can get the fittings like magic corners, and drawer units
etc no problem. But when I look at my existing kitchen which was fitted
about 8 years ago, it's not just a matter of screwing the units onto the
wall. They seem to be fixed to some sort of panelling, and short of
dismantling the entire thing, I can't see how the thing is put together.
Can anyone advise me? Ideally a book on kitchen unit assembly would be
I'm aware that carcasses should be 18mm etc, but I could use info on quality
hinges and drawer slides. I'm in Ireland.
I'm not concerned about the worktop which will be granite - the granite man
comes, he measures, he templates, he goes away, comes back and fits...
All input of will be most welcome - this farce has been going on for nearly