Determine which layout you will be working with (ex. U-SHAPE, L-SHAPE etc).
Using the measuring procedure, carefully prepare a simple floor plan of your new (or existing) kitchen. Make sure you show the exact locations of doors, windows, range hood vents, gas lines, water lines, drains, switches, outlets, light fixtures, and vents.
Double-check all measurements! Kitchen Liquidators will not be held responsible for any incorrect submissions.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR KITCHEN:
Accurate measurements are essential to planning your new kitchen. With these measurements our staff will be able to help you create your dream kitchen. Using a tape measure and graph paper, measure as outlined.
STEP #1 - MEASURE WALLS
Measure complete length of each wall (Wall A, Wall B, Wall C) and the finished ceiling height.
STEP #2 - INDICATE BREAKS
Indicate all breaks in walls (windows, doors etc.) by measuring the width of them. Don’t forget to indicate any
permanent appliances, air vents, offsets, etc.
STEP #3 - PLUMBING LOCATIONS
Measure to center line of plumbing, ducting and outlets. Remember, plumbing and outlets may be moved to
accommodate a design.
STEP #4 - MEASURE REFRIDGERATOR AREA
Measure the height of your refrigerator – a tall refrigerator may prevent installing a kitchen cabinet directly above it.
STEP #5 CEILING:
Decide on the finished ceiling height.
If the ceiling is vaulted, provide the shortest and highest dimensions.
Cabinets come in 3" width increments starting at 9" and going up to 36". Walls come in heights of 30", 36", and 42". Start in one corner of the room
and work your way around all four walls, filling in each cabinet that you desire. Wall cabinets are generally 12" deep (unless specified) and bases are 24" deep.