All cabinets must be installed the same way, regardless of whether they are in a kitchen, laundry room, or garage. All the necessary tools are readily available and included in every handyperson’s tool bag. The ideal starting point is the chalk line. This can help make your job much easier if you have a tripod with the Office Desk or could rent one. Draw a line four feet above the floor from either side of your set.
Next, use the four-foot mark as a guide to move the mark to the opposite end of the run. Next, draw another pencil mark. Measure down to the floor, and then check if it is four feet higher than the floor. Your bed will be perfectly level if it is exactly four feet tall. It will be evident that the floor slopes down towards this point if it is higher than four feet. You won’t be able to ensure that your cabinets are level before you run “into” the floor if you start them from this lower point. Start at four feet from where you started, and then move the cabinets up, so they are the same height as the flooring.
To compensate for the slight height difference between your floor and cabinets, you can cut the 4-inch toe kick if they are 4 inches high. You should not miss too much as the cabinets could appear squatted. It is easier to level the toe kick frames if they come separately. Place the support for the base cabinet and make sure they are level. The sub-base can be trimmed or shimmied to make it easier to install base cabinets. The bases adjust automatically to ensure that the cabinets are level.
This is the top of your upper cabinets. Your sub-base is already level, so you can mark each cabinet’s top using the mark. Locate all wall studs, and keep vertically with your level. These marks will protrude over and under the cabinets. If you work alone, you can attach a furring measuring one-by-two inches to the wall. It should be flush with the bottom of the lower cabinet. Before securing the cabinet to the wall, place it on the furring. Install the wardrobe you wish to use, then attach it to the studs using three-inch drywall screws.
You can countersink them or use course washers, depending on what the final result looks like. Two C clamps should be placed in the cabinet you are currently working in. The second cabinet can be lifted and secured to the first using the C clamps. You can unwind both the wall furring strips and the clamps to allow you to attach the cabinets to the walls. You will need to align the fonts and sizes. The standard procedure is for you to drill a screw hole in the Office Desk Od – 12.