Kitchen Cabinets. Friday , December 29th , 2017 - 12:57:53 PM
Custom-made kitchen cabinets are good because you can set you own style and preference that would be perfect for your kitchen. However, these can be expensive too. The good news is that you no longer need to spend lots of money for custom-made kitchen because there are lots of RTA cabinets for your kitchen that will surely satisfy your style. Here are some examples of these cabinets: 1. Shaker Kitchen Cabinets - do you prefer the Early American look? This particular style is suitable for traditional type of kitchen and can also be perfect for modern houses. They offer handcrafted look that will surely impress your guests. These cabinets come in natural wood colors in any stains so we can say that the color can easily blend in different furniture in the kitchen.
· Semi-custom kitchen cabinets: These are similar to stock cabinets but are usually produced per order, and homeowners can order for basic changes in size or choose from a wide range of molding, trims and finishes. · Stock kitchen cabinets: These are mass-produced kitchen cabinet models that install easily; however, they cant be modified to your individual taste unless your either stain or repaint them. These cabinets should therefore not be an option for those who wish to change the look of their kitchen cabinets in the future after installing them. The main advantages of considering these cabinets are that they install easily and are cheap and readily available.
Now that you have your new kitchen cabinets, you are ready to move on to the next big step.....Installing your kitchen cabinets. While the actual installation of the Kitchen Cabinets isntall that hard, the critical first step is measuring and marking out where the cabinets will go. By placing layout markings on the walls and floors, it will not only help you with kitchen cabinet placement and stud locations, but it will also help you locate where adjustments and shims will be required. Before we get started there are a couple of items that you will need for the project: Pencil Level or Laser Level Drill Tape Measure Stud Finder Clamps 1" x 3" Piece of lumber (6-8 in length) or an Inverted U-shaped frame (see notes below) Shims Screws (long enough to go 1 1/2 into the studs) Utility knife or chisel Marking Compass An extra set of hands (you may have to bribe one of your friends).
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