Fitting integrated kitchen appliances
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Fitting integrated kitchen appliances

Post by binsie » Fri Jul 06, 2007 6:41 pm


I am fitting a new kitchen and would like to have fully integrated appliances. However my mother has offered me her old washer dryer. What is to stop me fitting it and concealling it with a cupboard door in the same way as an integrated appliance. And would i be able to then fit a truly integrated appliance in the future.

My main concerns are ventilation/overheating and the hinges.

any help would be great


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