Deanne Fields Base Cabinets January 11th, 2018 - 10:53:42
On the other hand if your kitchen is country style then you might want to use traditional style cabinets. Apart from this, choosing between the custom cabinets and stock cabinets is the most difficult thing to do as it involves a lot of mind trouble. This choice can be made by keeping in mind your budget, the kitchen environment and your taste. While making the decision you should keep all the flaws and advantages in mind so that you wont end up making the wrong choice. Stock Cabinets Some people think that stock cabinets are the cabinets that can be taken away from the retailer quite easily but this is not the fact. Even though the cabinets that you can see on the store shelves are selected by you but you have to first place the order at the shop management and then wait for your required design of cabinets to be ready.
Semi-Custom Cabinets Semi custom cabinets are usually offered by specialty shops which deal a specific line of cabinets, but dont make them themselves. The customer will be able to choose the color, finish, style of doors and drawers, as well as many upgrades such as ball bearing slides and soft close hinges. The dealer will work with you and will also include any fillers or other pieces that might be needed to properly install the cabinets. Although you can often choose your own colors, etc, the dealer will have limited options because they can offer only what their supplier offers. A semi-custom cabinet dealer will usually be able to offer installation of the cabinets as well and combine it into one lump sum for you.
Whenever you need to make a major purchase if you are budget-conscious -- by choice or by necessity, the best (I would say, only) place to start is by accumulating as much information as you can about the available possibilities. When buying cabinets, an extremely important consideration is to be sure that the measurements you are working with of the involved area(s) are accurate. You certainly do not want to learn too late that your cabinet choices and/or the resulting layout of them might have better met your needs.
Place two C clamps in the first cabinet, lift the second cabinet into place and using the C clamps, firmly clamp the front face stile of the first cabinet to the second. The combination of the wall furring strip and the two clamps will allow you to let go and do the work of affixing the second cabinet to the wall and to each other. Making sure that the front faces are perfectly flush with each other and the heights are perfectly matched, standard practice is to pre-drill a screw hole behind the door hinge. Using drywall screws again, insert a screw in the hole making sure the screw will not penetrate through the stile of the other cabinet (too long). Place one screw behind each hinge. Now fasten the second cabinet to the wall and then release the clamps. This same scenario repeats itself until you reach the end of the cabinets. You may have spaces where a window occurs but your furring strip will assure that both sections are mounted at the same height.