Before You Begin
Before you begin demolition, make sure you have inspected your new products. New wood cabinets and
flooring will need to be stored in a climate controlled area.
As well as products like cabinets and flooring, make sure you have purchased complimentary products.
Things like countertops, lighting, and sinks will play a big role in your new kitchen.
Once you have received and inspected all your new materials, pack up all your belongings and moved them
out of the kitchen area. Store things you will keep or need after demolition in a safe spot.
Finally, before beginning your demolition, create a temporary kitchen. You’ll still need to eat during
your remodel, so establishing a temporary kitchen is a must. Consider using things like a mini fridge,
hot plate, or portable grill.
Once you’ve done all this, your space will be ready for kitchen demolition, disassembly, and disposal. This process will typically
take between 2 to 3 days for the average kitchen.