Large Pantry Cabinet – If you need to prepare a quick meal or time of a power outage, a pantry saves time and stress. You can keep the stimulus-of-the-moment parties and serve the last minute customers without any problem. When you see your favorite ingredients at sale prices, you know you have a place to keep them. The convenience of throwing the ingredients off a shelf near the place of making a trip to the store ensures that home-cooked meals occur on a daily basis. Extreme caution should be used when maneuvering large cabinets to avoid scratching the cabinet or existing walls.
Pantry cupboards can be installed in kitchens, laundry rooms, bathrooms and others. You must attach the cabinet to the posts inside the wall to secure it. Most large pantry cabinet will come with an individual protective molding so the cabinet can be rotated inside the room without hitting the ceiling. Locate the studs inside the wall where the pantry cupboard will be installed using a beam detector. Mark the studs on the wall with a pencil. Place the individual bottom plate in its position on the floor. Screw the bottom plate to the wall with an electric drill and screws 2-1 grabber / 2 inches. Space the grabber screws 12 inches apart.
Use a pencil to mark a line on the wall where the edges of the cabinet will sit. A measure of that line to where each stud is. This will let you know exactly where to place the screw inside the back of the box during installation. Lift the large pantry cabinet into the individual protective socket. Slide the cabinet into position, aligning the edge of the box to the lines you drew earlier on the wall. Use a level to make sure the cabinet is even. Install wedges if necessary. A wedge is a wooden wedge. Wedges can be purchased at any home improvement store. Install shims under the cabinet between the socket and the actual cabinet.