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Customer satisfaction about our service is our highest pursuit. In BFP, you can get one stop service from job-site measurement to Installation. Whether you’re just starting to think about a project, or you’re ready to commit, it’s never too soon to learn more about the custom cabinetry process. Here you’ll find information on how we work together with you to design your project, and the steps that take you from ideas on a page to installation.

Jobsite Measurement

Good kitchen design begins with accurate measurements. You must be very meticulous about the measurements to make sure your kitchen can fit your room. We can help you measure the floor plan for a kitchen if there is no assist in your side. You need to bear the relative cost. It is the best you find someone who can help you finish this step.


Here are simple instructions for how to measure your kitchen.


Before measurement, make sure you have your walls, floors and ceilings all finished including the tiling, plastering and molding. And your pipes, electric outlets and gas location all confirmed.


01 Step 1: Measure and Draw an Outline of the Room

Draw a diagram of your kitchen that is roughly the same shape as the room, locating all windows and doors in their approximate positions. Write on the drawing the overall wall lengths of each wall. 

02 Step 2: Label and Measure Doors and Windows

Make sure you have measured the distance from the edge of door to ceiling and wall, and the window edge to walls, ceiling and floor.

03 Step 3: Identify and Measure Immovable Obstructions

A. Draw boxes in your diagram to show the approximate location of any obstructions such as radiators, vents, pipes, exposed plumbing, etc. that you either can not move or do not want to be moved. Label the object so we will know what it is: i.e. "radiator", "pipe", etc.


B. Measure the obstruction and record the width, height, and depth of the obstruction on your drawing. If the obstruction reaches the ceiling, omit the height measurement. If the obstruction is not in contact with the floor, measure from the floor to the bottom of the obstruction.


C.Measure from the nearest wall to the nearest edge of the obstruction. Measure from the point on the wall that is nearest the obstruction to the point on the obstruction nearest the wall.

Measure from the second closest wall to the nearest point of the obstruction. Note these measurements on your drawing.

04 Step 4: Measure the Height of the Ceiling

Sometimes, especially with older homes, it is a good idea to take measurements in a few different areas of the kitchen. Ceiling heights, even in the same room, can sometimes vary by as much as several inches. Measure the ceiling height in all corners and in the center of the room. Write each measurement on the drawing at the place where the measurement was taken. Then circle the measurement. The circle indicates a ceiling measurement.

05 Step 5: Check your Measurements

Check your measurements. If your room is rectangular add up the measurements of the parallel walls and make sure they match (or are at least very close). For example, in our sample drawing, you would take the overall measurements of the top wall and add them together. Then do the same with the bottom wall. Once you have added each wall's measurements check the totals to see if they are the same.


HA1~HD3: The ceiling height in different elevations

WA1~WD3: The width from wall to wall in different elevations


a: The distance from door to wall

b: The distance from door to ceiling

c: The width of the obstruction

d: The depth of the obstruction

e: The distance from window to wall

f: The distance from window to floor and ceiling

① The distance from socket to wall

②The distance from socket to floor

③The distance from pipe to wall

④ The distance from pipe to floor

⑤ The distance from vent to wall

⑥ The distance from vent to floor

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