The bloke is going to do it for less than the price of a jig.TheTiddles":2vnar7pu said:Nothing other than you really don’t need to be an expert to mitre the workshops, a router and a jig is all you need
It is a howdens.Doug71":3asujqoc said:If the carcasses are coming ready built don't presume they are square, I fitted a Howden one recently and had to square up two of the wall units.
No sockets, just isolation switches.AJB Temple":2b4od8lb said:You will regret cutting holes in cupboards to access switches and sockets. Makes it look an amateur job. Dirt trap, spider hide hole and awkward to plug things in as needed. Much better to refit them properly as required (inside cupboard if necessary).
Thanks but, the problem is, if I ever need to pull out the cabinets, I have electrics to deal with as well.flying haggis":2k8wljxy said:+1 for spaceplugs. handy little blighters I can tell you. if you do want to mount isolation switches in the unit rears use a plasterboard box ie
https://www.toolstation.com/appleby-dry ... xes/p86567 to give a neat finish. the lugs on the side of the box will hold the box to the unit as you tighten the switch fixing screws
Fascinating. Can anyone provide a simple drawing as to how the SureStop works?Old.bodger":2g9t90ic said:Not cheap, but when the cupboard is full and you have a water leak........
https://www.screwfix.com/p/surestop-rem ... 15mm/48604
No power required.