Do you want to install a new corner kitchen cabinet? You can save a lot of money by doing the installation yourself. Typically, corner kitchen cabinets are the first cabinets to be installed before the other cabinets are fixed in place. It is important to keep the cabinet level and straight, to ensure a smooth countertop installation. Wooden wedges can be used to maintain the cabinet level during installation. These can be purchased at any home improvement store. On the wall where the cabinet will be mounted, locate the wooden studs using a beam detector. In the place where a pole is, make an X mark on the wall. This will let you know exactly where to place the screws. Measure how far each stud is from the corner of the room where the corner cabinet will be installed.
In the same way, measure and mark the corner kitchen cabinet where each pole of the corner of the cabinet is located. The back side of most cabinets will have a fastening system on the bottom and top. The grabber screws are designed to be installed through this fastening system. There must be two hand-shaped screws installed on each right foot, one in the lower fastening system and one in the upper fastening system. The number of screws will vary depending on the number of nails found on the wall. Make the 1/8 inch pilot holes through the back of the cabinet at each mark made in the previous step.
Then, slide the corner kitchen cabinet into position. If the cabinet is a top corner unit, make a mark on the wall where the bottom of the cabinet should be installed. Has an assistant that holds the floor cabinet in its position. Cabinet level with a spirit level. Use wooden wedges if necessary. Wooden wedges are wedges that can be installed between the cabinet and the wall to make the cabinet level. And then, place a long video 2 and 1/2 inch screw in each pilot hole and attach the cabinet to the wall. Continue until all the screws have been installed.