In the old days, actually not too long ago, the contractor or so called designer was the one you looked whenever you wanted to renovate your home. Finding a plumber, an electrician, a mason, a tiler, a carpenter was difficult. Not everyone wanted to work with each other.
There are four types of cabinets in the market today
1. Built-in - These are usually built on site except for unfinished cabinet bodies. Laminates are glued on site, adjustments are made on-site. Backs of cabinets and other hidden sections remain unfinished to save costs. The finished cabinets look snug against walls and ceilings. This cabinets are usually difficult to recycle and usually remain permanently fixed for their lifespan. Storage is fully maximised. However the cost is high especially hidden ones. Site environment is the most messy and dusty. Installation may take several days or weeks.
When starting on a kitchen cabinet project, some planning is required before visiting your carpenter. Start by identifying where your five zones are going to be. The five basic zones start with the cooking zone.