Kitchen Installation



If you're planning to redesign your kitchen, you're in luck! A kitchen renovation is a great opportunity to create a space that not only looks beautiful but also functions perfectly for your lifestyle. And as the kitchen is often the busiest room in the house, it's also one of the most important when it comes to selling your home.

But kitchen installation can be tricky. From coordinating different trades like plumbing, electrical, carpentry, and waste management to making sure everything is done to code, it’s important to have the right experience and attention to detail. That’s where we come in. With over 13 years of experience in kitchen installation, our team at Wolf and Young LTD has seen it all.

From the initial design to the final installation, we’ve got the knowledge and expertise to make sure your kitchen renovation is a success. We understand that every kitchen renovation is unique, which is why we take the time to understand your needs and tailor our services to suit you.

Whether you’re looking for a modern, minimalist kitchen or a more traditional design, we’ll work with you to create the perfect space. So if you’re ready to take the plunge and start planning your dream kitchen, give us a call today. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you get started.

How do we start your kitchen installation?

Clearing out your kitchen. You can choose to take out the old kitchen or we can do it for you!

Also taking down the old tiles, fixing the walls and ceiling is a must before we install your new kitchen. 

Some people choose to replaster the walls which give a perfect and smooth finish

Kitchen installation: First and second fix plumbing and electric

After the first fix, plumbing and electric work is done we double check the kitchen delivery to make sure nothing is missing and we start to put together the kitchen.

We talk to plumbers and electricians to make sure the units are going to be cut out in the right place and they have an easy job to connect the appliances like dishwasher, oven, fridge, sink and tap

Kitchen installation: level the kitchen units

After the first fix, plumbing and electric work is done and we double checked everything our carpenter start to shape the kitchen together, measuring the spirit level, checking if the units will fit in properly according to the kitchen plans and the walls are straight enough or we need to make some slight adjustments on the units or the angles or the heights. 

The corners and the walk in corner units are the trickiest ones but we can always make sure they fit properly.

Kitchen installation: adding the doors, ending panels appliances

At the stage the kitchen starts to look like a kitchen, we have installed all the kitchen units, and ending panels. The kitchen island is installed in the right place, the units are in spirit level everything is running smooth. 

This is how is going to be in your kitchen. 

Kitchen installation: building the extractor area

Some kitchens require to build a special extractor fan support, which we are building from wood and fire resistant plasterboard. It requires experience and high quality work.

Kitchen installation: last touch ups

few last touch

Kitchen installation: cleaning and the kitchen is ready

Some kitchens require to build a special extractor fan support, which we are building from wood and fire resistant plasterboard. It requires experience and high quality work.


Kitchen installation can be a daunting task, but with the right preparation and planning, it can be a smooth and enjoyable process. The key to a successful kitchen installation is to choose the right contractor and to have a clear plan in place before the work begins.

When choosing a contractor for your kitchen installation, it is important to do your research. Look for a contractor with a good reputation and a portfolio of previous kitchen installation projects. Ask for references and check them. It's also important to make sure the contractor is licensed and insured. Once you have chosen a contractor, it is important to have a clear plan in place for the installation. This should include a detailed layout of the new kitchen, a list of materials and appliances that will be used, and a schedule for the work to be completed. Before the installation begins, it is important to prepare your home for the work. This may include removing any existing cabinetry and appliances, and preparing the walls and flooring for the new installation. It's also important to make sure that all necessary permits and approvals are in place before the work begins.

During the installation process, it is important to communicate with your contractor to ensure that the work is progressing as planned and to address any issues that may arise. It's also important to make sure that the work is being done to a high standard and that all materials and appliances are of good quality.

Once the installation is complete, it's important to properly maintain and care for your new kitchen to ensure that it lasts for many years to come. This may include regular cleaning and upkeep, as well as addressing any issues that may arise with the appliances or cabinetry.

In conclusion, kitchen installation is a big task but with the right preparation, planning, and attention to detail, it can be a smooth and enjoyable process. By choosing the right contractor, having a clear plan in place, preparing your home, and properly maintaining your new kitchen, you can ensure that your kitchen installation is a success.


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