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Before You Begin

  • Remove all old cabinets and appliances.
  • Be sure to clean the area of all debris.


Tools Required

  • Measuring Tape
  • Drill
  • Stud Finder
  • Bubble level or Laser Level
  • Pencil


Upper Cabinet Installation


1. Place a mark on the wall for the top of the cabinet. From there measure down 4 1/2 inches.

2. From the point where you measured 4 1/2 inches, draw a level line across using a level or laser.


3. Use a stud finder or other preferred method to locate the studs in the wall. After locating the studs on the wall mark stud locations on the wooden rail, drilling holes in the rail at the stud locations one inch from the bottom along the side with no notch.

4. Position bottom of rail on the level straight line you drew using the level or laser. Attach the rail to the wall by driving 3 inch screws through the rail into the wall studs. ATTENTION: When installing the rail to the wall make sure the side marked THIS SIDE OUT is pointing out away from the wall.

5.Starting from left wall measure along the rail to each screw to measure length of stud placement. Now using the measurement you just found, measure from right on back of cabinet the same distance to mark screw placement. Continue along the back of the cabinet to mark all screw placements on the cabinet making sure that the stud placement on rail is the same distance as the distance for the screw placement on cabinet (subtract scribe length)

6. Along the back of the cabinet at stud locations measure 1 1/2 inches down from top of cabinet placing a mark for a screw. Drill pilot hole through cabinet.


8. After having hung the left cabinet, measure stud placements from right wall. Mark screw placements on right cabinet at stud locations.

9. Continue process until all cabinets are hung with only the center cabinet remaining.

10.Measure the space between the left and right cabinets to make sure the center cabinet will fit the space remaining ( If the space between the cabinets is too tight trim the scribe on either the left or right wall cabinet until the center cabinet fits in the space).

11.Line up front edges of adjacent cabinets and clamp the two edges together. Screw adjacent cabinets together using 1 1/4 inch screws.

12. Screw each cabinet into the wall placing a screw in the top and bottom of the cabinet using 3 inch screws.

13.Hang and adjust cabinet doors.

Base Cabinet Installation

1. Position cabinet bases on the floor for the desired location of each base cabinet.

2. Locate wall studs using a stud finder. Mark screw placements on back of cabinets using the same measurements as found using the stud finder matching up wall studs and screw placements
3. Use a level and place shims beneath cabinet bases ensuring the bases are level.

4. Screw back of cabinet base to wall.
5. Screw a wood block into each corner of each cabinet base.

6. Place base cabinets on cabinet bases.

7. Line up front edges of adjacent cabinets and screw the cabinets together.

8.Screw base cabinets into the wall at stud locations.

9. Attach kick plates to cabinet bases

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1759 Cattlemen Road
Sarasota, FL 34232
(941) 961-4478