PREPARING FOR CABINET INSTALLATION
Important To Know:
- To ensure a smooth process, please note that it is necessary to shut off and disconnect the plumbing and move any appliances before commencing work on a property involving water lines. It is important to understand that EZcabinetry does not employ licensed or insured plumbers, electricians, or movers, and therefore cannot perform these tasks.
- We kindly remind you that any plumbing or electrical work required prior to installation is not the responsibility of EZcabinetry, and we are not liable for such work.
- Additionally, our installation team does not handle the removal and reinstallation of existing crown molding and baseboards. Please be aware that we do not connect our crown molding with any pre-existing crown molding. If the installation team needs to remove the existing crown molding and baseboards, we are not obligated to reinstall the old moldings.
Prior To Scheduled Installation Day:
- Reserve and clear a designated work area in your home, preferably a garage if available, for the installation crew to cut, store, and prep parts.
- If applicable, make elevator reservations to ensure easy access for the installation team.
- If you plan to paint the room, do so before the installation takes place. Remember to keep extra paint for touch-ups after the cabinets are installed.
- Remove any hanging wall decor from adjoining walls to prevent them from getting shaken loose during installation.
- Dust is unavoidable, so if there are any nearby fish tanks or electrical equipment, make sure to cover them adequately.
- Decide in advance where you’d like the installers to store their tools.
By following these guidelines, you’ll help create an optimal environment for a successful installation, and your new cabinet system will be ready to use right away.
To ensure a successful installation experience, here are some important guidelines to consider:
- Establish clear guidelines for work hours, job site cleanliness, designated bathroom usage, and contact information for immediate answers.
- If possible, have someone available on the job site who can make decisions and address any questions or concerns from the installation crew.
- Since the length and circumstances of each job can vary, you will be given an appointment window. On the day of installation, please make sure you are reachable by phone for updates on the crew’s schedule.
- The installation crew will use various tools and techniques, making the work area (including garage and closet space) potentially hazardous. Please keep family members out of the work area during installation.
- Don’t forget about your beloved pets! If there isn’t a safe area in your home to keep them away from the construction, consider arranging for them to stay at a kennel or with a friend during specific phases of the installation.
- At the completion of the installation, we require a “walk-through” of the project with the installer. This allows you to ask any final questions and ensure clarity on all details. If the homeowner is unavailable, the installer will sign off on the project being completed.
By following these guidelines, we can work together to make the installation process as smooth and stress-free as possible. Should you have any further inquiries, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re here to assist you every step of the way!