DIY Video Guides
How to measure kitchen doors, bedroom doors and drawer fronts
How to measure your doors and drawer fronts
The most common mistakes people make when replacing their kitchen doors
End panels, infill panels and corner posts
How to measure cornice, pelmet and plinth
How to measure sloping doors
How to avoid problems with drawer fronts in tight corners
How to replace L shape corner cupboard doors
End display shelf units
How to clean kitchen doors
How to fit kitchen doors
How to replace a dishwasher door
How to fit heat deflectors
How to glaze an open framed door
How to fit door handles
How to adjust kitchen door hinges
How to fit new hinges
How to fit plywood drawer boxes
How to fit soft close drawer boxes
Replacement kitchen doors are much cheaper
With a fitted kitchen costing many thousands of pounds its easy to see why so many people are choosing to replace just their cupboard doors.
It’s quicker to replace your kitchen doors
It can take weeks, even months to fit a complete new kitchen, whereas you can quickly replace your kitchen doors in just a day or so.
It’s easier to replace your kitchen doors
Fitting replacement kitchen doors is a simple and straightforward DIY project which can be attempted by anyone with a reasonable level of experience.
It’s cleaner and a lot less hassle for you
Replacing your kitchen cupboard doors has almost none of the mess and disruption associated with fitting a complete kitchen.
Replacement kitchen doors are less wasteful
Nobody likes creating unnecessary waste, and ripping out a perfectly good kitchen just to change the style or colour of the doors is not only wasteful, but it's expensive too.