Sunday, April 19, 2009

Taking Advantage of a Nice Day

It's been too long since I did any work in the garage. About all I've done in the past 8 months out there was making it messier.

Took care of that today, and got things about half-way done.

All the big stuff was pulled out and rearranged. I also broke out the leaf-blower and got all the old leaves and dust out.

I still need to go through all the stuff on shelves and clean off the work bench so I can tune up the chainsaws and do some other work which wouldn't be appreciated on the kitchen table.

3 comments:

Luke Rickbeil's Website said...

Are you still happy with your Ikea cabinets? We are thinking of having them installed by someone recommended by them, but I think that includes dealing with the trim and stuff. I have heard mixed reviews on their quality, but not necessarily from someone who actually owns them.

Muskego Jeff said...

I am completely happy with them and would buy them again. Obviously they are not high-end cabinets, but they're not priced like high-end cabinets either.

There are a couple of things that are a little annoying, such as having to assemble them yourself, but if it really saves money I can't complain.

The instructions are also a little light on how to use the trim pieces. I think it would be incredibly handy if IKEA would sell a few other types of trim to match the cabinet finishes.

Let's face it, every home has different obstacles to face when renovating a kitchen. Different style trim pieces would just make the job easier.

The best thing I did before buying and installing the cabinets was to draw up the entire kitchen in a free CAD program. This way I could tell how everything would fit, I knew which filler panels were needed, and could work out the bugs before spending a penny. The only thing I didn't figure correctly was the kick panel - I need one more piece but can buy that when I go to get the cabinets for the other side of the kitchen.

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