When planning a kitchen remodel, the most common question is how long will a remodel take to complete a kitchen fit? Of course, this is a difficult question to answer. Given that no two kitchens remodel is the same, here at DWK, we generally aim for six weeks from the first consultation to fitting your new kitchen. Although we plan for six weeks, many factors can affect this timeline. We will discuss these factors below.
How long does it take to get a kitchen redesign or remodel?
Making this initial can prove to take the longest amount of time. If you are happy with the current layout of your kitchen, the designer can then use existing measurements. This will ensure a quick turnaround from the idea to the final design. All that customers need to do in this instance is decide their preferred cabinet, door and countertop designs. If you would like to change the existing layout of your kitchen, there may need to be some construction work done to achieve this. The removal of walls and other structural changes coupled with electrical changes add to the timespan of the project.
For this process to run smoothly, the designer must receive the correct measurements and features. Oftentimes, when the kitchen is being removed, electrical boxes or housing for pipes are found that are not accounted for in the design. This can be changed although this does add to the timeframe once again.
How long does it take for a Kitchen Fit
Once your design is finalised, production will receive your file. Each kitchen is manufactured and sprayed in our expansive on-site manufacturing facilities, ensuring high-quality products are produced. Once a fitting date is agreed upon, your kitchen will then have to be removed. Our fitters will then install your new dream kitchen. This may take one or two days dependent on kitchen size.
If you need to talk to one of our design specialists why not pop into our elite showroom where walk-ins are welcome. Call us on (046) 9732823 to get in contact. Alternatively, you can email us at email@example.com to get in touch. Check out our previous blog for inspiration.