No, I am not, and neither is anyone else who otherwise claims to be.
There is no such thing as a certification issued by Ikea to any kitchen installer. It simply doesn’t exist.
“But why do some kitchen installers claim to be certified by Ikea, then?” you may ask. I cannot know for sure, but I would guess that they hope it will bring them more business as you may see them as being better or more trustworthy, which necessarily isn’t the case.
If you have finalized the layout of your new kitchen and would like to know how much it will cost to install, you can email the layout plan to me, and I will reply with an estimate within one business day.
If you don’t have a pdf file, you can share your design with me directly from your account in the online Ikea planner. When your layout has been saved, click “continue” in the upper right corner and click “share.”
Yes, but only in connection with the In-Home kitchen planning service. For a flat fee of $299 plus HST, I’ll come by and measure your kitchen.
Read more right here.
Absolutely. For a flat fee of $299 plus HST, I’ll come by and measure your old kitchen and create a layout plan for the new one as well.
When I have created the layout plan, I will email it to you for your approval. Any changes and adjustments until you’re happy with everything and we agree on a final layout are included.
No, that’s not necessary. The old kitchen should be in place when I come to discuss the new layout with you so we can talk about what is working well with the current setup and what needs to be changed.
Unfortunately not. However, Ikea will deliver to your house for a relatively low fee and carry everything into the room of your choice. It cannot be easier.
I suggest that all the boxes and parts from Ikea are placed in a room adjacent to the kitchen or in the kitchen itself if there’s sufficient space.
If you sort all the items by type, i.e. all cabinets together, all door and drawer fronts together, all panels together, and so forth, that will be very helpful.
However, sorting them regarding the location, i.e. a cabinet plus its door/drawer plus its hardware etc., in one pile by itself and so forth, is not a good idea.
Here’s a short video showing how I do it myself.
Installation of the new kitchen can take from two days to five days. It depends on the size of the kitchen, of course, but also on how many drawers, panels, and other additional parts there are.
In most cases, I will begin the installation of your kitchen on a Monday and continue throughout the same week until completion.
Not personally, but I work with a reliable guy who will be happy to dismount the old kitchen cabinets and countertops. He cannot, however, help you dispose of it.
If the demolition of your old kitchen is something you need help with, send me an email, and I will refer you to my demolition guy.
PS. Older kitchens are often easy to dispose of as many find them suitable to install in their cottage, basement, or garage.
Yes, certainly. Should any issues caused by wrong or faulty installation occur within 5 years from the final date of installation, I’ll rectify the problem at no cost to you.
No, absolutely not. You get more, some would say.
Of course, it is hard to put a price on punctuality and attention to detail, but I guarantee you will be happy with my work and how I work.
Check my reviews to know what some of my past customers think about my services.
No, I cannot help you with the floors.
I can, however, tell you when the new floor must be installed as it depends on the type of floor.
Check this video.
You will need a plumber and an electrician for plumbing and electrical work. My insurance company will not be friendly if I start doing this work without the required license.
Normally not. However, if the estimate for the installation is more than $3000 I may ask for a $1000 deposit.
When the kitchen installation is completed, I’ll send you an invoice by email.
Your invoice is due upon receipt, i.e. when the kitchen installation is finished.
Please note. If I have to postpone the installation of panels which runs to the floor due to the installation of floating floors, the completion date regarding payment is NOT postponed until this final part of the installation can be done.
You can pay with cash, cheque, Interac, or credit card.
Please note that a 3% payment fee is being added should you choose to pay with a credit card.
No, unfortunately not.
I’ve opted out of the RBQ license, so I am only serving customers in Ontario for now.