Stand alone pantry cabinet are full height cabinets that extend up to the ceiling. They have numerous shelves inside and are designed to contain many items. These cabinets must be leveled and fixed to the wall by hand-shaped screws. Crown or molding can also be installed to improve the appearance of the cabinets. Preparing the stand alone pantry cabinet, locate the studs on the wall using a beam detector. Mark the wall with a pencil in which each stud is located. It is important to have located the center of the beam. Measure how far from the corner of the wall the studs are with a tape measure.
Then for preparing the stand alone pantry cabinet, transfer the measurement to the back of the stand alone pantry cabinet. Mark a line with a pencil. Drill through each nailing section from the back of the cabinet in preparation for the screws. The nail manufacturer is usually a back section that is thicker than the back of the cabinet. This allows the screws to pass through more material and hang on the wall more securely. Drill a 1/8 inch hole through the pantry mailer at each mark. Drill slowly to avoid damage to the back of the cabinet.
Stand alone pantry cabinet installation; slide the pantry cabinet into position. Level the refrigerator with one level. If the cabinet needs adjustment, do it with wooden wedges. Insert the 3-inch captive screws into the holes in the back of the cabinet. Drill each screw in the cabinet to fix it to the wall with an electric drill. You may need a ladder to reach the top of the closet. Measure the furniture where any molding will be installed. Cut the molding to the desired length with a saw. Attach the molding to the cabinet using a hammer and 1-inch nails. Be sure not to damage the molding during the process.