Kitchen Cabinets. Friday , December 29th , 2017 - 13:22:28 PM
The most visible and used elements of your kitchen are also the most abused, the kitchen cabinets. So it makes sense that after a while cabinets start to look tired and worn and so does your kitchen. The fact is that most kitchen cabinets are in good shape structurally and only in need of a new look. With many colors, stains and wood veneers refinishing or refacing kitchen cabinets is a surefire way to transform your kitchen from old and worn to a dramatically fresh new appearance, which is best for you. The least expensive solution of the two, if you do not want to spend time and money on a big kitchen remodeling job, is refinishing kitchen cabinets. Kitchen cabinet refinishing is achieved by either painting or staining the cabinetry and cabinet doors.
There are many home owners who prefer customized kitchen cabinets as they make a very beautiful addition to the kitchen and at the same time they enhance the overall value of the kitchen as well. However, there are times when it may cost more than you have budgeted for and the time taken to complete the construction of the kitchen cabinets can also be quite high. In such situations, it is better to go for RTA cabinetry. RTA refers to ready to assemble kitchen cabinets that is becoming very popular with home owners the world over. These kitchen cabinets are available in a variety of styles and are very beautiful to look at as well. Further, these cabinets are available at a fraction of what you pay for customized kitchen cabinets. Moreover, there is absolutely no waiting period involved. All you have to do is pay the money and get the RTA kitchen cabinets installed in your kitchen.
We are going to start with the corner cabinet (here is where your helpers extra set of hands will be needed). Place the corner cabinet onto the temporary support rail and have your helper hold the corner cabinet in place. Drill pilot holes through the sturdy cabinet back or its support rail and into the wall studs. Screw the cabinet into the wall using two screws that are long enough to penetrate the studs by at least 1 1/2 inches. Check the top of the cabinet for level and the front of the cabinet for plumb. If you have to correct the position, just back the screws out a little bit and top shims behind the cabinet at the stud locations. If it is plumb and level, drive the screws all the way in and add several more into each stud to ensure that the cabinet is secured tightly to the wall.
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