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Whether you're installing a custom fitted kitchen or a flat pack, kitchen installation needs to be handled by a qualified professional. Not only will they make sure your cabinets are straight, but it also avoids putting you and your family at risk.
Your kitchen supplier may have a list of recommended installers, but you could save money without compromising quality by hiring a professional in your area through Airtasker. We have more than 200 kitchen installers Australia wide who can install all types of kitchens.
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This depends on the type of kitchen you're having installed. Modular kitchen installation takes less time than custom fitted kitchens. Your kitchen installer will give you an estimate of how long the job will take when they get in touch.
Before you can use your new kitchen, it needs to be connected up to the electrics, water and other utilities. Ask your installer whether these services are included in the installation cost or if you need to hire an electrician, plumber or other professional separately.
Kitchens come in all shapes and sizes. You should think about your available space, the number of people in your home and how you plan to use your kitchen when choosing between compact galley kitchens, U- or L-shaped layouts and other designs.
Custom cabinets and benches cost more than modular kitchen installation, but they could be necessary if your kitchen is not a standard size, or if you want a neat finish. Custom kitchens are more difficult to install than flat pack kitchens and need the expertise of a professional.
If you're renovating an older home, you might feel that your new kitchen is too boxed in. For an open plan look that lets air and light flow more freely, it may be necessary to remove an internal wall. Ask your kitchen installer if they offer this service or if you need to contact a builder separately.
Kitchen installation can vary in price considerably, depending on how complex the installation is. A flat pack or modular kitchen installation is cheaper than custom fitted kitchens. On Airtasker, the average kitchen installation cost is between $80 and $585.
Depending on your needs, you can hire a kitchen design consultant to manage your entire kitchen renovation and coordinate with other tradies, or just hire a carpenter, plumber or other licensed professional to install cabinets, sinks and handle other tricky tasks you don't want to do yourself.Modular kitchen installation
Modular kitchens give you a consistent look in your kitchen with standard sizes and designs of cabinets, shelves and benchtops to choose from. Flat pack kitchens are easier to install than custom kitchens, but if you're not a dab hand at DIY, you can avoid stress and problems by hiring a professional for Ikea or Kaboodle Kitchen installation in your area.Custom fitted kitchens installation
A custom kitchen is made to fit your available space and your personality. Custom kitchen installers measure and cut cabinets and benches to the exact size you need, working with the materials of your choice. Custom installation costs more and takes longer than flat pack installation, but the designer finish is worth it.Kitchen cabinet installation
If you just want to replace your cabinets, a kitchen cabinet maker can manufacture and install made-to-measure cabinets, or you can simply hire a handyman to install modular cabinets you've already purchased. Cabinet makers will consider your kitchen's existing style and listen to what you want so they can design the ideal storage solution.Kitchen sink installation
Replacing or installing a new kitchen sink is one of the trickiest parts of kitchen installation that requires a plumber or specialist kitchen sink installer. They'll clean out your water lines and remove the old caulking before installing the new sink and taps and making sure it's properly sealed to prevent leaks and water damage.