Apr 7, 2021

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How to Prepare for Cabinet Installation

To ensure overall project success, make sure to complete each phase of a kitchen remodel in the correct order. To save time and money, cabinet installation should be completed at a particular point in your project. By keeping to the plan, you’ll be able to get your kitchen back in working order as soon as possible.Do you want to learn more? Visit West Fargo Cabinet Design Association

First, complete the work.

Complete all plumbing and rough wiring activities in the kitchen before installing the cabinets. By completing these tasks first, you eliminate the possibility of causing harm to the new cupboards due to other ongoing construction projects. However, it is best not to complete the flooring before installing the cabinets. You can use just as much flooring material as you need if you wait to finish the floor. You also reduce the chance of damaging the flooring during the construction process.

Taking Out the Old Pieces

To avoid damaging the walls, frame, counter, or anything else in the project room, carefully remove the old cabinetry. You may be able to use the old parts as patterns for the new cabinet installation if you proceed carefully. Heavy-duty screws or nails are likely to be used to secure the old pieces to the wall framing. To lighten the load, remove all doors and removable shelves from upper cupboards. Lower units should have drawers and shelves removed. While you remove the screws or nails from the walls, have an assistant help the weight of the upper cabinetry. It may also be important to remove screws that keep individual cabinets together so that you can remove them one at a time.

Getting the New Pieces Ready

Examine the latest units to ensure that you have all of the required components. It’s possible that you’ll have to assemble them according to the manufacturer’s instructions. To make your job easier, don’t put drawers, shelves, or doors on the units until after they’ve been installed in the kitchen.