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HOW TO MEASURE FOR KITCHEN CABINETS
Measure the entire wall lengths, and record the wall in smaller segments, such as from a corner of the wall to the outside trim of a window. Measure all openings, such as windows or doors, from one outside trim edge to the other outside trim edge. Any trim or molding around it should be part of the measurement. Number each opening so it’s easy to reference later.
Radiators, pipes, or vents are common obstructions that should be recorded, as they usually can’t be removed when it comes time to install your new cabinets.
Identify all large appliances, fixtures, furniture and anything else that you plan to keep after installing your new kitchen cabinets. Utilities to make note of are your water supply, any power sources, heating or air vents, electrical outlets, and light switches. Mark the location and center point of all your permanent features.
Tip: The center point of appliances is often where the plumbing line or gas line starts.