With the number of appliances, trades and products involved in the process of kitchen installation, it’s unarguably one of the most difficult rooms to renovate. And if an efficient management is not provided, the process can drag on for a lengthy period. As a result, if everything goes well, your new kitchen renovation can be installed in less than a week, but in most cases, this will often take a much longer time to complete.
When it comes to kitchen renovation, proper management of the timeline is crucial to ensure a smooth and hitch-free process. Trades are required to be scheduled in the appropriate order as some specific tasks must be concluded before the others. In other words, to prevent unwanted push back timelines, everything must be properly organized.
Furthermore, it’s also key to provide sufficient time to enable the full completion of each stage in the process so as to prevent reschedule trades in the event whereby one stage happens to be more time consuming than planned.
Another important factor that can affect the timeline is the type of kitchen splash back. While tile splash backs are a lot quicker due to the fact that the tiles can be cut on site, individualized stone or glass splash backs often take a longer period of time to fit.
If you prefer a kitchen with stone benchtops, usually your kitchen will take much longer than 10 days to install as benchtops can not be done prior to the installation of the kitchen cabinets - average turnaround time for this is usually about 4 to 5 weeks. However, kitchens with laminate worktops can be installed within a week or at times, up to 10 days. This is because laminate kitchen worktops is typically delivered alongside the kitchen.