Frequently asked questions

Which first – renovating the kitchen or buying kitchen furniture?

You should first choose kitchen furniture and then begin renovating the room. Once you have chosen furniture, the drawing sets out the layout of furniture and home appliances. This makes it easier to determine the location of lighting wires and sockets, tiled surfaces and surfaces hidden by furniture, which in turn helps saving on finishing materials.

Which materials can be chosen for kitchen furniture?

The frames of kitchen furniture units are made from melamine-faced particleboard. We offer over 30 colour tones. Visit http://www.grandber.ee/mdf-doors-selection-of-profiles.

Which materials do you use for worktops?

We use high-pressure laminate, solid wood and stone for worktops. The assortment of high-pressure laminate includes 30–50 mm thick worktops in over 100 colour tones. Solid wood and stone worktops look very beautiful. We have marble and granite in over 50 colour tones for people who prefer stone worktops.

As a new product, we offer engineered stone for work surfaces that serves as a very attractive design element.

Which materials do you use to make kitchen furniture doors?

We use mainly melamine-faced particleboard; however, our assortment includes also ALPI and natural veneer covered doors in many colour tones. If a customer so wishes, we make solid wood or veneer covered framed or panel doors, painted matt MDF doors, painted and polished MDF hard-gloss doors and LUX doors in many colour tones.

Which materials do you use for frame edging?

We cover the edges of the frame with ABS edging. Sides can be made from particleboard covered with natural or ALPI veneer.

Which hardware should be used?

Fasteners must be hidden. Find out from the supplier whether your furniture will show screw heads, cover caps, wall fixtures, shelf brackets and other elements. This may be the secret behind the low prices offered by your chosen company. All companies that manufacture quality furniture use different methods and techniques to hide fasteners in the visible parts of furniture. Some methods employed to hide fasteners may include gluing the frame or covering side panels in the same colour as the façade surfaces.

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