So you decided to buy a new cabinet for your bathroom. If you want a clean installation that will go off without a hitch, it’s important to know all about the most basic steps required to fasten the cabinet in place.
Below is a general outline of what you have to do to install your bathroom cabinets:
- First begin by taking off all the doors and shelves and marking the place where your cabinet will be placed. When defining the space where your cabinet will be placed, use a pencil to mark each measurement as you go along. Be sure to purchase cabinetry that includes pull out shelves Denver companies offer.
- Use a stud finder to mark the position of the wall studs in the outline of where your cabinet will be placed. Then mark the position, and get your drill ready.
- Drill a couple of pilot holes to hold the screws in place. Then get someone to hold the cabinet in position while you drive your screws through the pilot holes.
- Screw the cabinet into the wall stud, then put the doors and shelves back, and you’re all set.
As you can see, the process is not overly complex. However, it does require the use of a few basic tools and some dexterity. If you feel you might be better off avoiding this type of work, contact a local contractor or handyman service to get the job done for you.