Fitted Kitchens - Fitted Kitchen Tips
The Work Triangle or The Work Area: One of the most important aspects of any fitted kitchen and its
also one of the areas of planning that must involve the input of the cook or chef. There are three main
appliances that will determine this area and these are, the cooker, the fridge and the sink or waste area.
You may well ask why, well these when you think about it are the three most used places in any kitchen.
If any of these areas are too far away from each other it can make using the kitchen to its full potential
difficult. So the work area or the work triangle should be given the attention it deserves before
proceeding to the other areas of choosing your kitchen, and that is your first fitted kitchen tip.
Available Kitchens: When you go to any showrooms today you will see a huge range of fitted kitchens
displayed under strategically placed bright lights, and you think I must have one of these. Fitted kitchens
A little advice, do not rush that decision, and that is your second fitted kitchen tip.
One of the areas to check out is the kitchen carcass or the frame. This is where the doors are attached
by hinges that will be used many times every day, and you certainly do not want to be adjusting doors in
a few weeks after your purchase because some manufacturer decides to cut corners by using rubbish
wood from framing, and the hinges and other fittings like runners become loose because the screws
used for to attach such fittings are not gripping properly.
Maple Kitchens This is a very valuable hardwood timber, we have in North America the Sugar Maple
while in Europe we have the Sycamore Maple. Butchers blocks and bowling pins are mostly
manufactured from hard maple from North America and it has a beautiful decorative wood grain that is
extremely popular when installing fitted kitchens in Ireland.
Ash Kitchens This wood is a tough hardwood and is used for making bows, fitted kitchens, electric guitar
bodies and one of the famous sporting accesso