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KITCHEN planning guide merillat - woodharbor - ultracraft - executive CLIENT INFORMATION Date___________________________ Name________________________________Phone (h)___________________________ Address________________________________Phone (c)___________________________ ________________________________Email___________________________ PROJECT INFORMATION Type of Project: New Construction______Remodeling______ Addition_______ What are you looking to change about your kitchen design? _______________________________________________________________________________________ How much have you budgeted for the project?__________________________ Do you have any special requirements to be considered in the design? _______________________________________________________________________________________ Approximately when would you like your project to start_______________ & finish by_______________ CABINETRY DETAILS Style: Traditional_____ Contemporary_____ Modern_____ Transitional_____ French Country_____ Wood: Cherry_____ Maple_____ Hickory_____ Oak_____ Laminate_____ Other_____ Finish: Light_____ Medium_____ Dark_____ White_____
PLANNING details INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR CURRENT KITCHEN The approximate age of your home is ______years. New construction? ______ Interior walls:Drywall_____ Plaster_____ Block_____ Brick_____ Condition_____ Exterior walls: Wood_____ Brick/Stone/Block_____ Vinyl Siding_____ Stucco_____ Kitchen Floor – underneath finished floor: Concrete_____ Wood_____ Other_____ Condition of:_________________________________________________________ Kitchen Floor – existing finished floor: _______________________ Keep_____ Remove_____ Existing Overhead Lighting: Very Good_____ Adequate_____ Dark_____ Is existing Electrical adequate: Yes_____ No_____ Don’t Know_____ Is existing Plumbing adequate: Yes_____ No_____ Don’t Know_____ Ceiling Height from Floor: ____ft. ____in. Floor to Soffits: ____ft. ____in. Soffit Depth: ____ft. ____in.
how to measure for your NEW KITCHEN Measuring for you new Kitchen doesn’t have to be difficult. All you need is a tape measure, pencil and the provided floor plan grid. Use the sample grid below as a guide and create a sketch of the room. Start in one corner of the room, select a wall and measure the distance in inches of every item on that wall from the corner. Write all measurements on your sketch. Go to the next corner and locate every item on the next wall in relationship to that corner. Continue to measure all around the room, until everything is located, measured & marked on your sketch Jot down the overall lengths of walls, height of room and distance of every item from the floor – your outlets, light switches, soffits, ledges, etc. Include ideas for adjoining areas – dining room, family room, laundry area Measure carefully and double check all measurements. Measure from outside of casing to outside of case. Mark direction of door swing(s) on provided floor plan grid. Mark exact location of sink, drains, gas lines, electrical outlets & switches on the provided floor plan grid. IMPORTANT!: Measure from the center of your sink plumbing to the nearest corner IMPORTANT!: Mark which way your door swings by extending a line from the hinged side
KITCHEN floor plan
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