We are finalising which kitchen company to go with for our new kitchen.
The mob we prefer uses plastic legs and end panels at the end of a run of cabinets. They say that they don't find the clip on kicks substantial enough, so they also screw them down from the top as well as clipping them in. Is this going to stop movement?
Also is is standard practise to scribe the kickboard to the floor and seal it with silicone to the floor? I don't want silverfish and cockroaches living under the kitchen kicks. Am concerned that if there is movement in the clip on kickboard that the silicone will dislodge and there will be gaps?
I like the clip on kicks / feet incase the kitchen floods, but would really prefer ladder kicks made from ply, however in Brisbane I have not found anyone who makes kitchens this way? Anyone?