Waterfall material same as cabinets rather than benchtop
You'll notice CEK actually calls it a laminated panel, not a waterfall.
The OP called it a waterfall when technically what they meant was a laminated or melamine end panel.
Install marble bench top after handover possible on tiles?
I'd just see if they can leave the benchtop off completely. If they wont, have a very basic 32mm laminate top installed and then remove that after handover and replaced…
Gap between wall and wall cupboards (not suppose to be)
There is always a gap where the cabinets meet the wall. It gets filled with a scribing fillet. 30mm is pretty standard.
Only problem with the floor mounted like shown in the picture is you cant get it in soft close. If you want soft close you will need to go with…
I've installed many Metaline splashbacks and think it's a good product.
It used to be quite expensive (almost the same as glass) but I think that Laminex have realised that…
Who has used marble/stone for their splashbacks?
Here is a couple of pic's of a recent job I finished that used stone for the splashback.
It looked very smart and was a change from the normal glass splashback.…
Gap under front door
What you want is this:
http://www.raven.com.au/domino/raven/ra ... rod2-v/023
The door will typically have a 25mm gap between the bottom of door and the timber threshold then the seal…
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