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  • How long will my order take?
    Approximately 4 weeks. However, this can vary from time to time. Please contact us for our current lead-time.
  • Does MIY have a minimum order amount?
    Yes, $750 is the smallest order we can process.
  • Can I pay in instalments?
    Yes, 50% at time of order and 50% prior to completion.
  • Can I get someone to install my cabinets?
    Nearly all of our clients install the cabinets themselves; however, some clients hire a handyman or tradesperson to install on their behalf. Because of the significant savings, clients who hire a handyman or tradesperson still report very significant savings due to our DIY pricing. 
  • How do I receive my order?
    One of the reasons we're able to offer premium cabinetry at exceptional prices is because clients organise pick-up themselves from the Make It Yourself Kitchens showroom and factory located at Batt Street, Penrith. If your cabinetry is flat-pack, we can forklift onto a flatbed ute or trailer, or you can manually load onto your vehicle by hand. If your cabinetry is assembled, you will need to bring someone to help you load onto your vehicle. For an additional cost, we can assist with this. 
  • Can I get samples of the colours I am choosing?
    Yes, MIY Kitchens provides colour samples in the Penrith showroom. Note, however, that we cannot provide colour samples for painted doors.
  • What colours are available in your painted range?
    All colours from Dulux, British Paints and Taubmans can be used. Please note that colours will vary from paper samples.
  • What is the difference between Laminex and painted doors?
    Laminex is a prefinished decorative board that is cut to size. Painted doors are a raw MDF panel professional painted in a 2 pack paint.
  • Do the flat-pack kitchens come with instructions?
    Make It Yourself Kitchens provides the floor and elevation plans as assembly documents. These plans indicate a number for each cabinet, and every flat-pack piece has a sticker with with a number on it that corresponds to the number of each cabinet on the plans. It's simply a matter of putting together the pieces of each cabinet with the same number. If you have the right tools, virtually anyone can do this; however, some DIY knowledge is definitely recommended.
  • What if I have a question that's not answered here?
    Please get in touch via email or telephone. We're very happy to answer any questions you have.

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