Quick Answer: How Do You Install Lower Cabinets??

0 Comments

0:38

3:32

Suggested clip · 85 seconds

How to Install Base Cabinets – YouTube

YouTube

Start of suggested clip

End of suggested clip

How do you hang kitchen wall cabinets on plaster?

How to Install Kitchen Cabinets on Plaster Walls

  • Locate the wall studs in your kitchen wall.
  • Make a level line on the wall with the chalk using a carpenter’s level for the location of the bottom of the cabinet.
  • Drill four holes in the rear of the cabinet with a 3/16-inch drill bit, spaced according to the measurement of the studs, two holes per stud.

How high should kitchen cabinets be from countertop?

The ideal upper cabinet height is 54 inches above the floor.

That is, the bottom edge of the upper cabinets should sit 54 inches off the ground.

How many screws do I need for wall cabinets?

Let say behind 36 inches wide wall cabinet will be 2 wall studs and you have to secure the cabinet with 2 screws from the top and 2 from the bottom. If the cabinet is 16 inches wide or smaller there is only 1 stud possible to find and 2 screws will hold the cabinet – 1 from top and 1 from bottom.

Do you install base or wall cabinets first?

The first wall and base cabinets are key-if you get them installed level from back to front and side to side, the other cabinets should follow suit. It’s easiest to start with the wall- mounted cabinets so the base cabinets won’t obstruct your work.

How do you hang drywall on cabinets?

0:26

2:43

Suggested clip 117 seconds

How to Hang Cabinets – YouTube

YouTube

Start of suggested clip

End of suggested clip

Photo in the article by “Wikimedia Commons” https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kitchen_cabinets_drawers_installed.jpg

ABOUT ALICE HENNEMAN

My husband and I enjoy eating healthy foods, but they must taste good and be quick to prepare.

My goal with Cook It Quick is: Making you hungry for healthy food!

Follow along as I share recipes and kitchen tricks that help you enjoy the same types of foods. And though I am a registered dietitian and University of Nebraska-Lincoln extension educator, all my recipes must pass inspection by my toughest critic … my husband!

Social Media