Kitchen Cabinet Installation and Repair2021-03-14T11:10:41+00:00
Kitchen Cabinet Installation

Kitchen Cabinet Installation and Repair

Kitchens hold the soul of your home, with the love added to your meals brewing within its walls. The environment you cook and eat in should energize you, and that happens when all your fixtures in place and looking good. Broken handles, faded doors, peeling laminates, and run-down units affect not only your efficiency, but also your mood.

At Real Fix, our local handyman will renovate and fit out your kitchen, in whatever way you need. We replace kitchen cabinets, wall mount crockery units, fix hinges, doors, and anything else that requires our attention.

Why Choose Us?

All types of cabinet renovations and replacements

Any type of kitchen cabinet installation done –  hanging kitchen cabinets, modular kitchens, tall units etc

Well trained professionals that provide efficient service

Time-saving and cost effective


What kind of countertops should I use?2021-02-14T10:55:27+00:00

Laminate countertops are an inexpensive option, with modern designs available that look similar to granite, marble, and other finishes. However, most people choose to invest in natural granite or quartz kitchen countertops because of their durability. Other options include acrylic, stainless steel, marble, tile, slate, soapstone, structural glass, concrete and custom formulated terrazzo. Countertop installation too, is best done by professionals.

Can I install my own kitchen cabinets?2021-02-14T10:54:54+00:00

Replacing kitchen cabinets is a tough job, especially if you wall mount kitchen units. It requires strength, patience, and precision. Since heavy objects will be put in the cabinets, it is important that they are bolted to the wall well, or they run the risk of falling off. If you have no experience with kitchen cabinet installation, hiring a local handyman, like those at Real Fix, is the best option.

What material of kitchen cabinets is best to use?2021-02-14T10:54:29+00:00

Plywood and furniture board are the two most common materials used for kitchen cabinets. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. Plywood is made of multiple thin sheets of wood put together, and is usually less susceptible to water damage than furniture board. However, plywood is also a target for termites while furniture board is not. However, hardwood cabinets are the strongest and most durable, especially for hanging kitchen wall cabinets.