Laminate Kitchen Cabinets, Soft Close Drawer Runners, Kitchen Cabinet Design And Installation
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GLM has inspired collections so you can find the finish and function you want to build your dream kitchen.
Stock or semi-custom cabinets are available assembled or in ready-to-assemble form. Choose from hundreds of styles, sizes and color options.
Assembled Kitchen Cabinets
Fully assembled for hassle-free installation, assembled collections offer on-trend styling in colors you’ll love
Find the cabinet colors and finishes you love in selections that are easy to assemble, install and transport
Built to withstand seasonal fluctuations, these weather-resistant cabinetry solutions are ready for your outdoor kitchen.
Complete your kitchen cabinet project
A. kitchen cabinet accessories
B. kitchen counter tops
C.kitchen organization& pantry organization
D. kitchen cabinet hardward
E. kitchen sinks
F. kitchen faucets
Looking to upgrade your space with new cabinetry? Our how-to will show you how to measure, plan for and install cabinetry in any area of your place.
When it’s time to update the look of your villa, appartment, breathe life into your kitchen, garage, laundry room or closets with new cabinets. Installing kitchen cabinets may seem like a daunting project, but our three-part installation series shows you how to confidently prep, measure and install kitchen cabinets and transform your space.
Measure the Space
Before installing kitchen cabinets and to help create a plan for your new cabinetry, you need to measure the space. Measure the walls, doors and windows to the outside of the moulding. Other window measurements you need to take include: floor to windows, bottom to top of windows and top of windows to ceiling. Note any plumbing, gas and electric lines on your drawing as you go
Prior to Cabinet Installation
Before installing the cabinets, mark the guidelines.
make the depht and height
measure for flaoting floor
mark the studs
Install the upper cabinet
With your room prepped and guidelines marked, it's time to hang the kitchen wall cabinets. It’s best to install upper cabinets before the base cabinets go in. Follow the steps below to ensure an efficient and accurate wall cabinet installation
Install the base cabinet
With the upper cabinets installed, you can now install the base cabinets. Be sure to double-check your measurements for accuracy.
Adjust Cabinet Hinges
Over time, you may notice that your cabinet doors don’t align properly or they’re out of balance. Adjusting cabinet hinges is an easy fix that only requires a Phillips screwdriver. There are various types of cabinet hinges available, and they typically work the same. Many cabinets have a three-way hinge adjustment, with each screw for a specific area of adjustment. One screw adjusts the depth, another screw adjusts the side-to-side adjustment and the third screw adjusts the height of the door.