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17 d17 dCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
stonemason Melbourne area

Your battling trying to find someone because no one wants to install someone else stone. The profit margin is low unfortunately and most stone masons would prefer to supply and…

23 d23 dCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
laminate vs polyurethane kitchen pantry

Mixed reviews from who? and what was the quality of there 2pac? There are a lot of companies doing terriable 2pac spraying as well as a few that are passing…

26 d26 dCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Urgent : Oven issue (replace?)

From the photo you have supplied the cooktop and the oven are clearly separate units.
If the oven is working fine then you only need to replace the cooktop! It looks…

2 months2 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Suggestion needed for Kitchen

I don't agree.
I have seen some terriable colour doors, or doors that are scratched and chipped that only need a new coat of spray paint and it brings life back…

2 months2 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
2 pack vs vinyl wrap price

No sorry that just doesn't explain the huge jump in price. Massive builders margins is why they charge so much more.
My wife and I had a house build by a…

2 months2 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Paying Kitchen Tradies?

I would say for warranty reasons its actually better to pay them separately. Big company's chop and change there tradie. If you ever have an issue with plumbing or electrical…

2 months2 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Suggestion needed for Kitchen

We need a bit more info to be able to give you advice.
A picture of your existing kitchen would really help.
How old is the kitchen, what type of doors and…

2 months2 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
2 pack vs vinyl wrap price

The price difference between the two doors would be no more than $2000 possibly less.
Big builders just take you for a ride with extras!

2 months2 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Gap between wall and wall cupboards (not suppose to be)

As chippy said above there is always a 30mm gap between the side of a cabinet and a wall. This is where a filler gets scribed to suit the shape…

2 months2 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Wide but slim profile fridge

What a lot of people forget is that 99% of the time the thickness of the fridge door actually protrudes from the face of the cabinets. So a 650mm deep…

2 months2 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Urgent : Oven issue (replace?)

Just replace it

2 months2 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Which color is suitable for kitchen cupboard?

Way more info required!
What colour are your bench tops, what colour are your walls, what sort of splashbacks to you have?
Without more info its like shooting in the dark!

3 months3 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Calling Porter Davis home owners Advice on range hood duct!

What sort of brand of rangehood are you getting? You need to check in the rangehood specs as to the type and size of the duct. All rangehoods are different.
The…

3 months3 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
bench top and splash back

Do it once do it right!!
All stone should be a minimum of 20mm thick. Anything thinner and your just getting a cheap and nasty tops! Why do you think your…

3 months3 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Cupboards Or Drawers?

You put luggage in your kitchen?
You do realise this is a kitchen forum? Sure I agree with you if we were talking about wardrobes but its a fact that drawers…

3 months3 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Overhead cupboards on plan confusing

That's not actually correct.
If its a pull out rangehood then the cabinet needs to be the same size as the rangehood! The OP never said what sort of rangehood it…

3 months3 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Overhead cupboards on plan confusing

Can you use a bigger rangehood the same size as the oven?
That would allow you to get rid of the two small doors either side and have 6 doors very…

3 months3 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Waterfall Edge on floating laminate flooring?

Yes, if the waterfall is glued properly then the cabinets can take all the weight.
I prefer a mitre as I think the look better.

3 months3 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Cost to add overhead cupboard to fridge space

It depends on if its just one cabinet or you also need two large panels to the floor to support the cabinet.

3 months3 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Waterfall Edge on floating laminate flooring?

All the builders you have spoken to are taking short cuts then!
When I do kitchens on laminate floors with waterfalls this is how I do it.
1. Fit Kitchen before the…

3 months3 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Vinyl wrap kitchen YES or NO?

You have been lucky then.
There is a crazy high percentage of kitchens with vinyl wrap that have had many doors fail and the vinyl start shrinking, peeling or completely falling…

3 months3 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Vinyl wrap kitchen YES or NO?

Google vinyl wrap, or just look back through the kitchen forum here and you will find your answer.
Short answer, NOOOOO

3 months3 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Difference between freestanding 90cm oven and built in 90cm

I have seen and done many like this, you should see the grime and gunk that builds up ontop of the kickboard after ten years!

4 months4 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Hideaway bin

I would have the pot drawer deleted and use the entire 600mm wide cabinet for a proper bin system. Trust me once you have used the top end bin systems…

4 months4 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Cupboards Or Drawers?

What sort of runners are they?
I only use blum softclose runners and never have an issue them.

4 months4 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Price difference between glass splashback and mirror glass s

It really depends on where you get the mirrored splashback from. By law they should be toughen mirrors but there are a lot of shonks putting in cheap standard mirrors…

4 months4 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Where to position sink in kitchen island

1000mm is not that large for food prep especially if cooking for a family.
If you set the sink in 300-500mm from one end it allows you to stack easily. Remember…

4 months4 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Where to position sink in kitchen island

Personally I would offset the sink towards one end of the bench top.

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4 months4 monthsCuttingEdgeKitchensCuttingEdgeKitchens posted:
Difference between freestanding 90cm oven and built in 90cm

A 600 or 900mm built in oven is almost always 596mm high by the cabinet width. Retro fitting a new one is actually very easy if you stay with the…

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