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  1. A Guide to Remodel Your Kitchen-Canopy Unlimited Presented By:- Frank Lujan frank@canopyunlimited.com 11050 W. Little YorkHouston Texas 77041Phone: 832-574-7290 http://www.canopyunlimited.com

  2. Kitchen Design Basics • The inventory a business owns represents money tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profit business. Use guidelines as a way to check the practicality of your design solutions—kitchens must function well in addition to looking great The construction industry, code councils, and appliance, cabinet & plumbing manufacturers have developed basic standards to simplify design & building \\\

  3. Standard Cabinet Dimensions • The inventory a business owns represents money tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profit business. Standard modular cabinetry is built in 3” increments base & upper cabinet widths begin at 9” Base cabinets: 9”-54” w, 24” d, 34 ½” h upper cabinets: 9”-54” w, 12” d, 12”-42” h tall storage cabinets: 9”-48” w, 12”-24” d, 84”-96” h \\\

  4. Kitchen Design Basics • Countertop height: 36” finished from floor • Countertop depth: 25 ½” • Backsplash heights: 4”-18” high from countertop • Minimum requirements for countertop workspace: • Usable counter space between cook top/range & sink: 18-36” • Counter space on either side of cook top/range: 12-15” • Counter space on either side of sink: 18-24” • Landing space next to refrigerator: 15-18” • Counter space between refrigerator & sink: 36” • The inventory a business owns represents money tied up in products • ge and controlled inventories increase the profit business. \\\

  5. Industry Guidelines—Countertop Workspace • The inventory a business owns represents money tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profit business. \\\

  6. Kitchen Design Basics • The inventory a business owns represents money tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profit business. • Varied counter heights can be tricky in smaller spaces scale, proportion, balance • Visual impact of misaligned & unbalanced cabinetry can create a state of disharmony • Establishing a bisymmetrical or asymmetrical balance can help guide space allowances \\\

  7. Total Integrated Planning • The inventory a business owns represents money tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profit business. • Storage plan: • First access to stored items • Frequency of use of items • Weight & bulk of items • Appliance locations: • Access & use with minimum muscle stress • Controls at line of sight • Placement in Core Kitchen based on frequency of use • Relationship, distance & access to other appliances & fixtures \\\

  8. Total Integrated Planning • The inventory a business owns represents money tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profit business. • Cabinetry Design: • Accommodate appliance location & provide adequate storage space • Provide varied cabinet heights for work stations • Use full-extension hardware for access to all pull-out devices • Supply adjustable shelving where applicable • Allow wall space for crown molding returns • Reflect elements of interior styling \\\

  9. Total Integrated Planning • The inventory a business owns represents money tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profit business. • Countertops: • Height variations based on tasks & food prep techniques • Depths to accommodate storage & food prep needs • detailing to fit interior styling • edge details & overhang to fit space & cabinetry • Lighting plan: • Minimum of 3 light systems (ambient, task, accent) that function together but on separate dimmer controls • Automatic controls whenever possible • Lighting systems that blend with natural light & support task areas during dark hours • Switch height accessible to all users • Properly placed motion sensors & timer controls \\\

  10. Total Integrated Planning • The inventory a business owns represents money tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profit business. • Hardware: • Levers/pulls/knobs that allow hands to grip & operate easily • Installed at easy-to-reach level • Accessible window hardware that functions smoothly • ADA-required lever handles for doors & pulls for cabinetry • Windows: • Locate for minimal muscle strain when operating • Note direction window opens & how accessed • Ensure operation does not interfere with cooking & movement • Select style reflective of interior & exterior • Orient to view • Balance with scale & proportion of kitchen space & walls • Accessible for cleaning • Specify quality units for ease of operation \\\

  11. Total Integrated Planning • Doors: • Locate to enhance traffic flow from adjacent spaces • eliminate interior doors as much as possible • Reuse existing doors when size & conditions allow • Make doors wide enough to provide reasonable access & meet local code (minimums: outside 36”; interior 32”; arch 36”) • Floors: • Traction for safe walking when food/moisture may be present • Resilience to relieve pressure on back & legs • Style consistent with interior design • Space plan: • Traffic lanes sufficient for adequate & safe movement • Layout based on movement efficiency • The inventory a business owns represents money tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profit business. \\\

  12. Why Choose US • The inventory a business owns represents money tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profit business. • We are a remodeling company for the greater Houston and surrounding areas including; NW Houston, Cypress, Katy, Memorial, Tomball, Spring, Spring-Cypress, Spring-Branch, Jersey Village, Cooper field, Fairfield, Cinco Ranch • Our Painting division is equipped to handle any size interior or exterior project, installing finishes to both new work and existing work. • We offer a variety kitchen remodeling services guaranteed to transform your kitchen into the one of your dreams. • Canopy Unlimited can create the new room or addition of your dreams, from concept to completion. \\\

  13. Contact Us • The inventory a business owns represents money tied up in products until the inventory is sold. Since inventory is a large part of the total investment of a business, well-managed and controlled inventories increase the profit business. https://www.facebook.com/canopyunlimited https://twitter.com/Canopyunlimited https://plus.google.com/+Canopyproperty https://www.instagram.com/canopyunlimited/ frank@canopyunlimited.com 11050 W. Little York,Houston Texas 77041 Phone: 832-574-7290 http://www.canopyunlimited.com/ \\\