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  1. #16
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    I also gutted my laundry and re-built it about 3 years ago using the flat pack system. It was a trial run before I tackled the Kitchen. I wanted to see how successful the flat pack system was before I used it for a Kitchen which is on display all of the time. I also bought this system from Verna Doors. The doors I chose for the Laundry were yellow melamine with square edges on the doors. The square edges tends to chip a bit when abused by the kids. I would go for round edges next time.

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  3. #17
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    Hey, this is the reason I joined this forum - excellent pros and cons based on different ppls perspectives. No bitching. Great stuff.

    Oh, yeah, I am looking at a new kitchen soon

  4. #18
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    Before venturing in buying a flat pack or DIY. I would also ask around for quotes.
    I had a look at a v/nice looking tassie oak kitchen, and the price fully installed including everything but the appliances was $500 a lineal meter. If you buy a flat pack it must be substantialy less than that or you will be working for peenuts.

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