Archive for October, 2010
If you have an existing kitchen cabinet, you might want to reconsider replacing them as re-facing or re-finishing might be economically and task wise a better option. If not, then the first step would be the measurement of the space where the new cabinet is going to reside.
Now, you got to amass the required tools and raw-materials and keep them in a secure and an easily accessible place. Disassemble the old cabinets if there were any and clean up the place with repainting if required. Assemble the cabinets by fixing the upper ones first as it would not hinder your movement when you go for the lower based ones.
Use a stud finder to locate the uprights inside your walls and mark them. Don’t try nailing at these places. Do a test fit and finalize the placement before actually fixing the doors of the cabinet. Finally, screw the cabinets and install the stove and the sink carefully.