Cupboard Value "Express" Kitchen

Cabinet Convenience Everyone can Afford!

For the DIY Enthusiast:

 

Cupboard Value has been supplying affordable, quality, kitchen and bedroom cupboards in Pretoria since 2005 and are the leaders in the field of “flat pack” cupboards. At Cupboard Value, we realise that labour cost is escalating rapidly and understand there are many capable customers who wish to create their own living space.

Cupboard Value has therefore been persistently simplifying our product as well as the assembly and installation thereof to such an extent, that the home owner can opt to perform all of the design work as well as installation by him- or herself. Cupboard Value will then perform all of the manufacturing and assist the customer with good advice before and during the project.

For the more computer literate customer, our supplier PG Bison, has developed an online design tool, visit pgbison.co.za home page and click on “Kitchen design tool” for instructions. When complete you may forward your design to us at sales@cupboardvaluepta.co.za for a quotation.

Cupboard Value "Express"

In order to expedite the process, Cupboard Value has developed the “Express” range of cabinets which include several standard size cabinets that are available off-the-shelf. Cupboard Value “Express” has a section in our showroom where one can see exactly what is achievable with the products available. We request that potential buyers bring a basic floor plan of the area in which they need cupboards, indicating the position of the doors, windows and DB board with simple measurements. The position of the plumbing, stove connection and other electrical points should also be known. With this information, we can do a computer design while you wait and give you an immediate quotation.

Visit the Cupboard Value “Express” showroom at 282 Charlotte Maxeke Street, Pretoria West for a free quotation and advice. Contractors, developers and handymen are all also welcome.

All Cupboard Value products are of the highest quality and are easy to assemble and install, accommodating the DIY enthusiast with simple instructions. Online assembly videos are  available here for your assistance

Should you wish to employ an installer, we will refer a professional fitter who will complete the job for you before requesting his fee.

Design your own kitchen:

Follow the steps below to design your own kitchen. Our design team will gladly assist you to give you three dimensional picture to scale, of what your new kitchen will look like.

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STEP 1

Take precise measurements.
  • Draw a rough floor plan of your kitchen as if you were looking down on it, indicating where the doors, pillars, windows and serving hatches are
  • Carefully measure the full length of the walls from one end to the other.
  • Measure the distance of the walls between windows, doors, arches and serving hatches.
  • Measure the size of the doors, windows, arches and serving hatches. (include the height from the floor in the case of windows and serving hatches.
  • Show the locations of any pillars and measure their size and distance from a fixed point.
  • If you don’t want to move the plumbing and electrics, show where you want your hob, oven, fridge, sink and other major appliances. Also, measure where the existing plug points are.
  • Measure the ceiling height and any beams that may be in your kitchen.
  • Measure all your major appliances heights, width and depth – Fridge, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer.
  • If you have an existing oven and hob, measure their height and width. This is particularly important if you want an eye level oven.
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STEP 2

Transfer this information to the 1:20 kitchen planning grid. If you have not already done so, download/open the pdf containing a grid and images for kitchen units.
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STEP 3

Choose the units that you require from the kitchen unit planner and cut them out and place them on the grid. If you have not already done so, download/open the pdf containing a grid and images for kitchen units
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STEP 4

You are almost finished. All you need to do now is place the wall unit shapes directly on top of the floor units.

"Express" Kitchen DOWNLOADS

DIY Flatpacks to set up yourself

We offer a range of DIY Flat-Packs that you can assemble yourself at home. Have a look at the videos on how to put together your Flat-Pack

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