How do you measure for sliding wardrobes?
When measuring the space you want to fit with sliding doors, you’ll need to tell us the depth, height and width of the space. Measure the depth of the opening in two places, allowing at least 620mm for interior wardrobe systems. Then, measure the height in three evenly spaced locations across the opening.
Are sliding wardrobe doors easy to fit?
Creating your sliding wardrobe doors couldn’t be simpler. Once you have your doors and trackset at home, fitting them should only take 2-3 hours. Take into account your wardrobe interior system and measure up appropriately from the back wall to allow for this.
Can I put sliding doors on my wardrobe?
Replacing wardrobe doors with elegant replacement sliding doors is a straightforward job for any competent DIY person, whether the existing doors be hinged or sliding. Replacement sliding wardrobe doors are a great way to completely transform and modernise an old, dated or damaged wardrobe.
Can you cut sliding wardrobe doors?
Use a fine-toothed metal cutting saw to cut off the redundant part of the tracks. Advice:The tracks to be installed should be about 50 mm longer than the opening width. This spare length will make it possible to avoid measurement errors and it is easy to trim. Take care not to damage the track surface while cutting.
What are standard kitchen door sizes?
The most common standard kitchen door size is 60cm. However, widths of 30cm, 40cm, 80cm and 100cm are also considered standard sized carcasses. Generally, 60cm kitchen units are fitted with one door, while the larger sizes often have two.
How much clearance do I need for a door?
When measuring for a door, you should ideally leave at least 2 inches but maybe more like 2 1/2 or 3 inches. If you’re using a door rough out, you should have a minimum of 3 inches.