So you have decided to renovate! When it comes to ordering your DIY Flat Pack Kitchen project, we understand that it can be equal parts exciting and intimidating. That is why Aussie Cut is here to help you through the process and make your kitchen renovation as straightforward as possible. We have identified the key components to a successful DIY and detailed them here for you to follow. It is as easy as 5 steps to have your Aussie Cut Flat Pack Kitchen underway. Let us show you how!
The easiest way to get a quick and accurate quote for your renovation is by downloading our ‘Flat Pack Kitchen Quoting Form’. In this form, we ask you for a little more information about your ideal custom-made flat pack kitchen so that we can give you the most budget-friendly options, as quickly as possible.
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1. Look and Feel
When creating your custom kitchen, you have flexibility over the brand, colour and finish of the materials you choose.
Important to note is that your choice of material will heavily influence the cost of the kitchen quote. The entry level material of choice is melamine / laminate board that is cut and edged. This standard option is the most cost-effective material of choice. Thermo-laminated / Vinyl wrap is the mid-range pricing option and 2 Pack Painted is the high-end finish available.
If you have selected 2 pack painted or thermo-laminated vinyl, you will need to decide if you would like flat or profiled panels (e.g. Hamptons style).
When working with Aussie Cut, you have the option to select a laminated benchtop for your flat pack kitchen. The brands you can choose from are; Laminex, Polytec, Formica. If you are looking for a Stone Benchtop, this will need to be sourced directly from a stonemason.
When it comes to hardware, we use only the highest quality from our dedicated supplier Blum. You will have an option for your kitchen draws to be standard or soft-close. There is a price difference between these two options and both can be quoted for.
4. Rough Measurements + Diagram
At the quoting stage, it is only necessary to have rough measurements of your space. Detailed measurements will be required at a later stage but a relatively accurate quote can be provided based on length and width measurements accompanied by a rough sketch of cabinetry.
During this stage, we ask that you provide a minimum plan view of your required kitchen layout with rough measurements like the example above. Elevations can be used to show vertical dimensions and your preferred layout, as shown below.
Don’t let these examples intimidate you. Basic dimensions of overall width, height and depth are enough for us to work with initially to get a quote started. Otherwise, you can use the graph paper provided on page 4 to sketch an outline of your overall space and rough cabinetry layout.
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5. Submit Your Order
Are you ready to order? Our order form includes the opportunity to select your brand, colour, material and finish of the cabinetry. It will also guide you to make decisions about benchtops and hardware so that these can be included in the quote. The order form also includes graph paper and details of general allowances so that you can get a precise quote. You can download our quoting form HERE and submit it to email@example.com to be quoted.
Reach out to our friendly team
At Aussie Cut, our team of specialists are a wealth of knowledge and will help you at each step along the way to stay within a strict budget.
If you’d like a free quote on a new flat-pack kitchen, get in touch with one of our friendly branch managers who can provide a quote that’s customised to your needs.
You can visit us in store, give us a call, send us an email or fill out our online contact form here.
Unit 6/3 Deakin St, Brendale QLD 4500
(07) 3465 2083 (07) 3889 8977
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Unit 1/22 Technology Dr, Warana QLD 4575
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