If possible, it is best to wait and perform the removal of your existing cabinetry after we have confirmed the delivery schedule. Allow sufficient time for all work to be done in time for the scheduled cabinet delivery. Every project is different, consulting with your sales designer when developing a schedule is reccomended.
After your Busby Cabinets’ installer has completed the installation, there may be some items interacting with the cabinetry that your contractor and/or their subcontractors (i.e.: flooring, backsplash, electrical lighting/outlet wiring, plumbing, sink installation, appliance installation, wall-covering, etc.) may need to return to complete.
On most jobs, plumbing may need to be moved and then later reconnected. Please check for water leaks several times following the installation of plumbing, sinks, appliances, etc. Sometimes a leak is so small that it may not be easy to detect. Your alertness will prevent water damage due to a sustained leak. If a leak is discovered, place a pan or bucket to catch the water and phone your contractor and/or plumbing subcontractor.
While mentioning contractors and subcontractors, it is worth noting that Busby Cabinets goes to great lengths to design, manufacture and install your job properly. We inspect the finished installation carefully and thoroughly. After our installation, it is imperative that all other subcontractors understand the value of your new, furniture-quality cabinetry. We must count on you and you contractor to insure your new cabinetry is NEVER used as a workbench, ladder or any other purpose your cabinetry was not intended for. Care should be taken not to let paint, tile grout, wallpaper glue, etc. dry on your cabinets. The removal of any of these materials, when dry, can – and most likely will – damage your new cabinetry.