Whilst our system manufactures to your sizes (and we don’t have ‘standard’ sizes so to speak), there are some ‘industry standards’ that if you stick to, will help in reducing the cost. For example, a standard base cabinet depth is 580mm, so if you allow for a normal 20mm bench top overhang, then the bench top would be 600mm which is an ‘industry standard size’ for a bench top. Any more than 600mm will cost you extra, as the bench tops are priced via matrix tables of up to 600mm and then up to 750mm, so a 601 mm bench top depth is the same cost as going for 750mm.
Another ‘industry standard size’ is in the height of the base cabinets (carcass height). The most cost effective size is 750mm or below, as the cost of doors jumps in price when 751mm or higher is then entered into the matrix table.
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