With the release of a new book written by our Chairman Robert Clark on how to replace your kitchen doors, we asked Robert to kindly provide some words to introduce his book and explain why he wrote it.
Over recent years it has become more and more popular to do things for yourself. Be it home baking, growing your own fruit and veggies or even giving your kitchen a makeover. Whether you are looking to save money, avoid the waste, mess and hassle of ripping out your old kitchen. Or if you just want the satisfaction that comes from doing a job the 'right way', the benefits of replacing your kitchen doors yourself are numerous.
In writing this book, I wanted to take all the lessons I'd learned as a supplier and installer of kitchen doors (since 1996), and turn them into a complete 'how to' guide. I want to give you the confidence on how to replace your kitchen doors. My book takes you step by step, from measuring your doors, replacing the hinges, the drawer boxes, right through to fitting your new doors. I've also included some practical planning tools, at the back of the book, to help you with calculating how much material you will need to get the job done.
Replacing your own kitchen doors isn't rocket science. I'm confident that using the tips and ideas contained in my book will help you not only to do the job right first time, but also achieve a professional finish and give you a kitchen to be proud of.
So, if you are looking for the perfect guide on how to correctly fit you new kitchen doors from Kitchen Door Workshop, or even if you are a DIY enthusiast, this book could be great to add to your collection.