Kitchen Carcasses2023-07-19T10:26:33+00:00

Kitchen Carcasses

Kitchen units, base and wall units for kitchens

kitchen carcasses

Need a new kitchen unit? Get the kitchen carcasses you really want in birch ply, solid wood or standard chipboard. What about the colour? Your choice! Have them painted in any colour and finish you desire. Satin, gloss, supermatt or hand painted, the choice is yours. We also supply kitchen carcasses with an antibacterial finish.

Rigid Kitchen Carcasses

Pre-built kitchen cabinets, strong and easy to install

About our kitchen carcasses

Rigid kitchen carcasses are pre-built kitchen cabinets that are made from sturdy materials such as MDF or plywood. They are designed to be easy to install and provide a strong and durable foundation for your kitchen cabinets.

Rigid carcasses are a popular choice for those who want a high-quality kitchen that will last for years to come.

Choose from birch ply, solid wood or standard chipboard and have them painted in any colour and finish you desire, gloss, supermatt or hand painted, the choice is yours.

To get a quick quotation, simply send us a plan of your kitchen.

FAQs

Which kitchen cabinets should be installed first?2023-05-26T10:06:47+00:00

It is recommended to start with the upper cabinets first, as they are easier to install and will not be in the way of the base cabinets. Using this method means the lower cabinets are less likely to incur damage when installing the upper ones.

What is the standard depth of a kitchen carcass?2023-05-26T10:02:37+00:00

The standard depth of a kitchen carcass (also known as a cabinet) is typically around 60cm which allows for standard countertop depth and provides ample storage space.

What is the standard thickness of a kitchen carcass?2023-05-26T09:57:32+00:00

The standard thickness of a kitchen carcass (also known as a cabinet box) is typically around 18mm to 20mm. However, you may choose a thicker option for added durability and stability. It’s important to consider the thickness and quality of the carcass when choosing kitchen cabinets, as it can affect the overall strength and longevity of your kitchen.

What is the standard kitchen carcass height?2023-05-26T09:52:46+00:00

The standard height of a kitchen worktop is around 900mm or 90cm, measured from the floor to the top surface of the worktop.

What size is a kitchen unit carcass?2023-05-26T09:48:35+00:00

The most common standard kitchen door size is 60cm. However, widths of 30cm, 35cm, 40cm, 45cm, 50cm, 70cm, 80cm, 90cm and 100cm are also considered standard sized carcasses. Generally, 60cm kitchen units are fitted with one door, while the larger sizes often have two.

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