FAQ - Kitchen

  • What you should consider when opting for a Modular Kitchen?

    Modular Kitchen cannot be done if there is a concrete slab already in place. The granite slab will be placed on top of the kitchen boxes and pasted to the wall. The box has enough strength to withstand the granite’s weight.

    Do not choose the floor tiles or wall tiles before confirming the shade of the Modular Kitchen. Many people make that mistake and are then forced to choose the color of the Modular Kitchen from a limited number of shades that will go with the already chosen tiles color.

    Flooring has to be completed before Modular Kitchen assembly start.

    Wall tiles should be pasted only after fixing all the wall cabinets of your Modular Kitchen. By doing this, you save on your wall tiles as you are required to paste the tiles only on the remaining area not covered by the wall cabinets.

    Try to avoid a loft inside the main kitchen if you have a storage room separately. Trust us! The kitchen looks much better without any lofts.

    Please consult us in advance to know where the switch boxes needs to be provided.

    Please provide the chimney outlet facility as close to the hob to avoid extra pipes and covering and also it helps improve the suction power of the chimney.