Bathroom Medicine Cabinets Recessed – If storage space is scarce in your bathroom, installing a medicine cabinet will certainly correct this gap. There are two types of medicine cabinets on the market: those that are fixed against the wall and those that can be embedded in the wall. The undeniable advantage of the built-in medicine cabinet is that it fits naturally into the decor of the room. Before starting work, turn off the electricity in the bathroom to prevent the risk of electrocution. Remove the doors and shelves from the medicine cabinet to avoid damaging them. Using a stud finder, identify the position of the studs by penciling vertical lines marking the center of each stud.
With a tape measure, take the measurements of the bathroom medicine cabinets recessed and draw its outline on the wall. Whenever possible, the cabinet should be centered with the vanity. For top and bottom lines marking the height of the medicine cabinet, draw a 1-1 / 2 “(3.8 cm) cut line outside the frame. Before opening into the wall, it is recommended to drill a hole large enough to slip his hand and make sure there are no electrical wires or pipes obstructing access to the cabinet pharmacy. If this is the case, it will be necessary to fix the medicine cabinet in the amounts of the wall.
If the chosen model allows it or to opt for a model being able to be installed against the wall. By using a saw with gypsum, to cut gently the opening of the wall following the line of cut previously drawn. Remove the gypsum board. Cut the amount in the opening using a finishing saw. Ensure that the cut of these posts is perfectly aligned with the opening for the bathroom medicine cabinets recessed. Insert a first 2 “× 4” cutout at the appropriate length into the bottom of the frame. Screw this lower bracket into the uprights on which it rests and at an angle in the studs at both ends.