How to Prepare for Cabinet Installation

Be sure to complete each stage of a kitchen remodel in the correct order to ensure your project’s overall success. To reduce both your efforts and expenditures, the cabinet installation should be performed at a particular point in your project. You will return your kitchen to working order as rapidly and efficiently as possible by continuing on time. Visit Atlas Kitchen Remodeling – Austin Remodeling Contractor – Austin kitchen design services.

Job First to Complete

Be sure to complete all plumbing and rough wiring tasks in the kitchen prior to installing the cupboards. You eliminate the possibility of destroying the new cupboards with the other in-progress building work by focusing on these tasks first. It is best not to finish the flooring before the cupboards, however. Waiting for the floor to finish allows you to use only as many flooring materials as you like. During construction, you also remove the possibility of damaging the flooring.

The Old Bits Remove

To avoid harming the walls, frame, counter, or anything else in the project area, remove the old cabinetry carefully. You may be able to use the old pieces as patterns for the new cabinet installation by continuing carefully. Expect the old parts with high duty screws or nails to be added to the wall framing. To reduce the weight, remove all the doors and removable shelves from the upper cupboards. Remove drawers from the lower units and shelves. When you remove the screws or nails from the walls, have an assistant help the weight of the upper cabinetry. Removing screws keeping individual cupboards together might also be necessary to allow you to take them down one at a time.

The New Pieces Prepared

In order to ensure that you have all the pieces, check the latest devices. You may need to assemble them according to instructions from the manufacturer. To simplify your job, do not place drawers, shelves, and doors on the units until after you placed them in place in the kitchen.