Mar 09, 2018 12:30 pm
Starting a kitchen renovation. Walls are plaster board and wanting to get a glass splashback behind a gas cooktop. To comply with fire safety do people generally wait until the cabinets are installed and then cut out the 250mm high x length of cooktop of plaster board and replace it with bellis board or similar.
Re: Glass Splashback - Gas Cooktop2
Aug 05, 2018 8:24 am
I'd do it before the kitchen is installed, if you do it after you may risk damaging the bench top. Unless its stone, then you can do it before the stone goes on as it takes an extra 5 days for the tops to go on.
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No, you are correct. Just get them to leave it open and get a joiner to install drawer hardware later.