As I mentioned above, you have the option of using a piece of 1' x 3' lumber for the installation or building a frame to support the cabinets (I have included a picture of a sample frame below). This can be made out of 2' x 4's and should be tall enough to support the bottom of your wall cabinets. If you plan on installing more than one kitchen, then I would suggest the frame, but a piece of lumber will do just fine if this is a one time event. In either case, you will need another set of hands to help with the installation.
Kitchen cabinets are one of the most predominant features in any kitchen. They are the first thing that you notice once you enter your kitchen, so it's no wonder that choosing your cabinet materials and style can be nerve-wracking. Acquiring cabinets will have a big impact on your kitchen's look as well as your budget. There are many other things to look for in a kitchen cabinet besides design. For instance, you'll try to guarantee value for your money by choosing a cabinet that is durable and stylish at the same time. Choosing the perfect design requires a wide variety of construction techniques using different materials. These cabinets fall into three main categories, namely:
3. Use a stud finder to locate the wall studs. Use a pencil to mark the stud locations at least 6 inches above and below the line for the bottom of the wall cabinets. Draw straight vertical lines between the top and bottom marks to indicate the center of the studs.
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