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INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEASURING CABINET GLASS INSERTS

Accurate measurements for your cabinet glass inserts are the most critical part of your beautification process. You will be asked to provide two separate measurements, one at each end of the measurement as shown below, for the width and height to ensure a proper fit. Always measure the width of your opening followed by the height of the opening. Do not assume that just because all of the cabinet sizes look the same that they are the same. Each individual opening should be measured separately. When ordering your cabinet glass, you should reduce your actual measurements by 1/8” on the width and the height to provide a comfortable fit. Custom cut orders that are placed over the phone will be asked for an email address to confirm the measurements that the glass will be cut to. Once orders are confirmed and the glass is cut, no returns or exchanges are available.

Please feel free to contact us for assistance or click here for a quote.

Width
Height

All inserts are cut with square corners.  If the corners of the area where your inserts will fit are rounded, you will need to advise us if a dime will fit in the corner.  If not, we will need for you to provide an actual size template for each opening to insure accuracy. There is a small surcharge for rounded corners.

Any cabinet doors with a radius or an arch at the top will require an actual size template to insure accurate cutting and quotation.