How To Measure
Precise measurements of your kitchen or bath are needed to give you accurate quotes and easy installation. Follow our easy steps below so we can get to work for you!
You will need to carefully configure the exact dimensions of your room. Be sure to show exact locations of doors, windows, hood vents, exhaust, gas lines, water lines, drain lines, outlets, switches, light fixtures, and heat vents.
Using a tape measure and graph paper, measure your room using the following steps:
- Measure from wall to wall at 36” height.
- Measure from corner to window or door opening.
- Measure across opening from trim edge to trim edge.
- Measure from edge of trim to far wall. Compare sum of #2, #3, and #4.
- Mark exact location of water, drain, gas lines, electrical outlets, switches, telephone, cable, desired or existing appliances, wall mounted appliances and fixtures, and any other obstructions in the room on the drawing. Be sure to measure to the center of these & not the edge.
- Measure the width of any doors, from outside of trim to outside of trim. Indicate on the sketch, how each door swings. (In to or out of the room & which side the hinge is on).
- Measure from wall to wall above window and compare to #1.
- Double check your measurements.
- Measure from floor to the bottom of your window sill.
- Measure from the bottom of the window sill to top of window.
- Measure from top of window to ceiling.
- Measure from floor to ceiling—compare to sum of #7, #8, and #9.
- Check your measurements again.
Note: Each large square on the graph paper represents 1 square foot. Each small square represents 3 inches.
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