Before we can deliver and install your new custom project, we require a correctly prepared work space. This checklist agreement is designed to assist you and / or your general contractor in preparing the area(s) that we require. If there is any issue or anticipated issue with the space, please notify Norcab at least 48 hours prior to the delivery date. The earlier we are aware of the situation, the sooner we and we can take appropriate actions to ensure a smooth delivery and installation.
- Please ensure all walls are prepared for the installation. All framing and drywall work must be completed. Drywall mud must be fully cured and sanded before we install our product. First coat of paint prior to our installation is optional, but recommended. Walls should be plumb and square for installation.
- Please ensure the ceiling is prepared for the installation. All structure and drywall work must completed. Drywall mud must be fully cured and sanded before we install our product. Painting prior to our installation is optional, but recommended. Ceiling should be plumb and square for installation.
- Please ensure the flooring is prepared for the installation. The floor should be completely installed before we arrive. We will cover the floor with protective means to avoid any damage. If the floor will not be completed before installation, we must be made aware. Flooring should be installed plumb and square. Please check with your flooring vendor regarding warranty of floor with cabinetry sitting atop.
- Please ensure a clear path for the delivery of our product. Remember, at times our products can be very large and we will need additional space for staging and work areas.
- Please ensure the installation area(s) are completely cleared of existing cabinetry, furniture, appliances, or other household or construction items. We do not remove existing cabinetry. Due to insurance liability reasons, we cannot move furniture or appliances.
- Please ensure that all plumbing is in the correct location and prepared to be cut into our cabinetry. All taps and soft lines should be removed. Water lines should be free of shutoff valves. P-traps should be removed and all piping capped leaving only straight length of pipes coming from either the floor or wall.
- Please remember, we are not licensed plumbers and do not perform any plumbing work. This includes but is not limited to installing or modifying faucets, drains, traps, valves, water lines or dishwashers.
- We may however, be required to temporarily shut off the main water supply as a preventative measure while installing cabinetry around water lines. The client is responsible for ensuring the main water supply valve is accessible and in good working order prior to our arrival.
- Please ensure that electrical wiring is in the correct location and ready for our cabinetry installation.
- Please remember, we are not licensed electricians and do not perform any electrical work. This includes but not limited to installing or modifying electrical boxes, line voltage pot lights, line voltage puck lights, line voltage valance lighting, line voltage crown lighting, line voltage in-cabinet lighting or line voltage transformers, receptacles or GFI’s.
- Please ensure that all appliances are out of our work space before we arrive for the installation. Due to liability reasons, we do not move or install any appliances. This includes but not limited to moving or installing of microwaves, ovens, stoves, cook tops, dishwashers, refrigerators, washers, dryers or hood vents. Please contact your appliance vendor for a list of professional appliance installers.