Kitchen Remodel: Part 11 – Stove and Countertops




It was time to put the stove into position in the kitchen. The stove had been stored in the living room on a cart that I had made for it. I used a comment from Jon Wilson from the stove cart video to get to stove off the cart once we had it in the kitchen. This method consisted of placing a lever under the stove and lifting the stove up and pulling the cart out. Once the stove was on the floor, it could be moved into place.
The countertops have also been installed. We used quartz countertops by Pentalquartz and had 3CM Stone install the countertops.

Kitchen Remodel: Part 1.5 – Storage Cart for Stove

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43 Comments

  1. William Hayden
    July 20, 2015
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    Hooray for higher cabinets!  Short people can use a step stool if needed, but tall people have to bend over which really sucks.  I've stayed at places where the sink basins were so low I've had to kneel to brush my teeth.

  2. Chris Pine
    July 20, 2015
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    Really is looking nice! 

    Chris

  3. Andre Lotscher
    July 20, 2015
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    Looking good.   thought this might interest you   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdXxkr1hEPE

  4. Scrap wood City
    July 20, 2015
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    It seems that those guys did very professional work! The have a few awesome tools too! really interesting, thanks for sharing!

  5. Katherine Carroll
    July 20, 2015
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    Frank, I am really enjoying watching this transformation.  Thanks, Kathy

  6. Backyard Woodworking
    July 20, 2015
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    It's really coming together.Looks good

  7. GSMSfromFV
    July 20, 2015
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    For those who are interested in quartz countertops . . . .
    Quartz countertops are a man-made product.  Maintenance free.  However, I was warned by a sales rep NOT TO PUT HOT COOKING PANS DIRECTLY ON THE SURFACE.  Why?  Apparently the surface will turn yellow.  The newest quartz countertop products now come with a very natural marble or granite look, with waves and swirls.  I just purchased two of these large slabs for $2,400 ($1,200 each).  Still needs to be fabricated.

  8. frgi10
    July 20, 2015
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    Je suis français et vous venez chez moi quand vous voulez pour me faire la même cuisine

  9. Rob Hadfield
    July 20, 2015
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    A job best left to the pros I think – lovely job! 🙂

  10. Ian
    July 21, 2015
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    Enjoyable to watch experts practice a completely different craft. Glad it's coming out so well!

  11. Jay Brooksby
    July 21, 2015
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    Looks great Frank! How do you like that Dewalt compressor? Is it your primary compressor? What do you run in the shop?

  12. dlwatib
    July 21, 2015
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    Looks like you almost have a usable kitchen at this point. Just add water (and fridge.)

  13. dlwatib
    July 21, 2015
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    Did you deliberately make your counters higher than normal, or did you not account for the height of the countertops?

  14. dlwatib
    July 21, 2015
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    I'm glad the stove cart was useful after all.

  15. Jon Wilson
    July 23, 2015
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    Hello Frank…glad you found my suggestion useful ,thank you for the acknowledgement

  16. BRECK CRAPARO
    July 23, 2015
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    As always — so good. Step by step narrative is great Frank. 

    Keep it up!

  17. Victor Angelini
    July 23, 2015
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    Hello Frank,

    Great work!  Your video editing is by far one of the best I've seen online!  Question:  We are in the midst of a full kitchen renovations at home (Canada) and I will be purchasing the exact same Wolf range (GR366) and similar Vent.  Did you run 15 amp dedicated circuits to each device?  Also, have you been able to use the range and your thoughts on it if possible?

    Thank you,

    Victor

  18. Ian Moss
    July 24, 2015
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    Looking beautiful. I love the white countertops!

  19. tenpawelnowak
    July 24, 2015
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    Love this episode as it focuses on the team work. I have never heard of this pressure clamps so it was great to learn more about it.

    Good job with the video Frank 🙂

  20. KYRM09
    July 25, 2015
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    I would hate to work at your house. It is difficult to work with the home owner stand over you watching every single thing you do. Also it takes longer because clients love to ask questions. They probably could have finished that half an hour sooner with out you there

  21. NathanWilson
    July 26, 2015
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    Kitchen's looking great so far! Surprising how many good shots you got while they were working, I'm guessing you gave them the rundown of your channel beforehand 😀

  22. richard raesr
    July 26, 2015
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    Going to look great

  23. Adam Quincey
    July 26, 2015
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    Excellent…! It's always enjoyable watching professionals at work and do what they do best…
    Great video…
    Cheers…

  24. weesh
    July 27, 2015
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    very nice…but that arched back on lifting!  *cringe*

  25. weesh
    July 27, 2015
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    Oh no!  I've caught up!  Can't wait for the next one.

  26. Jim Beshears
    July 28, 2015
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    Your wife is a saint for letting you keep the kitchen down so long. She lets you live your woodworking dream. Lucky guy.

  27. SquirrelFromGradLife
    July 28, 2015
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    A real thick brushed stainless steel backsplash always looks good against white and make the counter tops pop

  28. greenighs
    July 30, 2015
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    Ack! Another week without a video! Since you are still married, Frank, and divorce papers have not been served, I assume the kitchen remodeling has been complete for weeks now. I'll cut you some slack for the fact that it is summer and you probably have the kids underfoot more now, but I'm dying to see the finished kitchen! Also, do you have anything special in mind for the open shelves? French cleats so it can be adjusted or fixed shelves for specific items? And did you get any good tips about the wall clock?

  29. SoldierDemps
    July 31, 2015
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    MOREEE

  30. Thom Poz
    August 2, 2015
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    Was fun to watch, thanks.

  31. Alex Jones
    August 2, 2015
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    those guys are pros…well done

  32. sfurules
    August 4, 2015
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    I live up in Vancouver.  I was wondering if I could come live in your kitchen. Or maybe I could be your shop mascot….either of those options work.

    Thanks!

  33. Luis Alberto Lucio
    August 7, 2015
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    hi i ve searched the name for the technology used on the measuring of the countertops but ive not found it can you specify more about it or some clue to it . thanks.

  34. Anton Roessler
    September 11, 2015
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    What material is the countertops?

  35. EL DIESTRO DIY
    October 19, 2015
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    HI awesome video how much cost that counter top aprox.

  36. Ron Buck
    October 28, 2015
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    Hi Frank,
    I'm a big fan and can't tell you how many times I've watched your kitchen remodel as I work on mine.

    The countertop installers I've talked to here seem to presume a solid sheet of plywood on top of the cabinets instead of the open tops citing concern about supporting the stone. Do you recall any questions from your installers in this regard?

  37. Hunter Skellenger
    January 7, 2016
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    Geez that stove brand is expensive!!!

  38. 1decks
    August 29, 2016
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    the kid and the whistle got to go

  39. adilyzer
    November 16, 2016
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    What color is that countertop? I'm currently in the process of choosing something very similar. I like how yours came out.

  40. donnyboy
    January 4, 2017
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    When I do appliances on soft floors I use a 3'x4' piece of sheet metal with the edges taped to protect the floor, cheaper then air sled.

  41. Bluesrain cancun
    January 30, 2017
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    frank what kind of counter top did you buy?

  42. TheSeattlegreen
    July 9, 2017
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    Thanks for totally ignoring the location of the electrical receptacle, both male and female parts. i am curious where you decided to mount it.

  43. elige brown
    November 27, 2017
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    Great video. Is it better and or cheaper to buy a island with a gas stove or does it depends what you want

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