Windows, Doors, and Ceilings
The final layout of your cabinets and appliances will depend on window placement and ceiling measurements. Lighting and height clearance are key factors in determining where cabinets may be hung. Windows often serve as focal points and light sources in your space, and are often paired with your sink placement.
Measure around your window from the edge of your wall to your window trim, including the top, bottom, and sides. To measure the window itself, measure width and height including the window trim. Your KENT kitchen specialist will use the window placement details to ensure any appliances or focal points are aligned properly with your windows.
Doors will be recorded similarly: measure from corner to trim on each wall, trim to trim for the height and width, as well as the opening direction.
Ceiling measurements will include floor-to-ceiling height from multiple points in your space. If your floor or ceiling is uneven, this will be accounted for during any cabinet installation.