Hi, I lost my kitchen fitter booking after some building work was delayed and have decided to do it myself to avoid being without a kitchen for months and to save a few quid. I’ve got the kitchen from DIY kitchens, which is all pre built units with doors already fitted. We’re getting granite worktops so I don’t need to worry about them. My fitter told me to order the integrated freezer doors undrilled, but I’ve no idea how to go about drilling them. A bit of googling shows that there are various jigs around at a fairly low cost, for use with a specific drill bit to make the cut. Can anyone advise the best way to go about this please? I’m also a bit concerned about making sure that the wall units are going to stay put. 2 sides are dot and dab over the really soft, lightweight air blocks and the 3rd wall is an internal stud wall. I’ve bought the 2m lengths of bracket so I can get more fittings in and make sure that I hit the studs on the internal wall. I’ve also bought these plugs (Fischer duopower in 40mm), are these sufficient for the external walls? Is it best to drill through the plasterboard and stick them full depth into the blocks? https://www.screwfix.com/p/fischer-duopower-wall-plugs-8-x-40mm-100-pack/1820p The walls are getting a skim a couple of days before I want to start the fitting, so I doubt that they’ll be dry before I want to start fitting the kitchen. Is it ok to start fitting the kitchen over plaster that’s not fully dry? With luck by the time I’ve finished the base units the walls will have dried so I could paint before the wall units go up. Thanks for the help.