Framed Medicine Cabinet – Medicine cabinets are an almost essential part of bathroom decoration. Even for those who do not use prescription medications, easily accessible storage space for items is convenient. Choose your first-aid kit before you start. You will have to provide the horizontal members at the top and bottom for your security installation. Carefully locate the studs before beginning the process to avoid any drywall repair more than necessary. Locate the studs on your wall with an electronic stud locator. Place of the flat location against the wall and the buttons on each side of the press. Move the locator on the surface of the wall. The locator will indicate stud locations with lights and a beep. Mark them.
Keep the cabinet against the wall in the desired location. Locate cabinet between the pillars. Frames around the back outline of the framed medicine cabinet with a pencil. Use a level that a straight edge. Cut along the line with a utility knife. Remove the drywall. Measure between the posts and cut two, two by four legs to fit between them. Measure from top to bottom of the medicine cabinet in the center of the back. Cut a two by four to this length plus 1/8 of an inch for easy adjustment. Then, measure from side to side of the medicine cabinet in the center of the back.
Set the three-piece frame on the wall with both, 14 ½ inches two by four horizontal legs and even with the cut line on the drywall at the top and bottom. Place the vertical, two by four on either side of the hole choose by moving the frame. Tap the frame between the studs and nail into the nails at an angle with 16 penny nails. Adjust the cabinet on the frame and verify the fit, then remove the cover. Measure 7 ¾ inches from one edge and 1 ½ inches from the top and bottom of the piece of gypsum you have removed. Mark a rectangle the size of the closet in the drywall and cut it out. Set the framed medicine cabinet in its position on the wall and screw or nail the four legs of two per. Fit the cabinet into the hole and screw or nail into position. Patch the drywall and paint to match.