Replacing cupboard doors2
Feb 07, 2011 1:26 pm
Shouldn't be much. Check online at places like Bunnings and Ikea as well as other places like cabinetsondemand etc.
Alternatively phone a local cabinet maker. We have a great one here that I know I can phone and get prices over the ph with no issues.
Some things are worth waiting for.
Re: Replacing cupboard doors3
Feb 07, 2011 4:29 pm
2 x 600mm wide laminex in std range with square edges about $200-250 800mm wide $250-300
Cupboards depends on size but I'm sure i got 5 x 350mm doors with PVC edging for under $500. They also came with new hinges but no handles.
Re: Replacing cupboard doors4
Feb 08, 2011 1:16 pm
I am doing something similar but for my whole kitchen so I've shopped around a bit. I guess it depends on what finish you are looking for. Laminex doors I think were under $100 per door. We've chosen to get MDF doors made and get them spray painted. Good luck!
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