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Manufactured Home Kitchen Cabinets For The DIY Homeowner


Kitchen cabinets are a crucial consideration for all contemporary kitchens, whether you are just redecorating your new manufactured home or constructing a whole new kitchen. Manufactured kitchen cabinetry is available in an wide range of materials, style and finishes. It can set the aesthetic tone of the whole kitchen. Although wooden cabinets done with clear vanish can give you an organic mood, some custom-made and manufactured stainless steel options will offer a contemporary and sophisticated vibe. However, it is important to choose wisely since cabinetry can eat up a lot of your remodelling budget. Here are a few examples of manufactured home kitchen cabinets to choose from;

1) Two Tier Kitchen Cabinet - $550.10 - http://is.gd/UTR3mj

This cabinet provides a space-saving answer for families on the go. It provides multiple functionalities with its large preparation space. It features a two-door storage cabinet and two adjustable shelves. The eating area has two cabinets for storage that have magnetic push latches. It's construction consists of engineered woods with nickel hardware and honey oak and a white finish over the hardwood solids. It is available in either white or oak.

2) 49 Inch Salt and Pepper Granite Top Kitchen Cabinet - $405.95 - http://is.gd/mkcJ80

With a salt and pepper granite top and a white finish, this cabinet features four cabinet doors that open to a storage space and three adjustable shelves. Other features include a paper towel holder, spicy rack, towel bar and it's made of wood. It also has heavy duty rubber caster for safety and easy mobility.

3) White Michigan Kitchen Cart - $ 198.99 - http://is.gd/4HYbDt

This kitchen cabinet is has an ample working surface that creates a culinary masterpiece. It is constructed with a rubber wood top and an MDF in a white finish. It features a utility drawer, with one adjustable shelf, a two-door storage and towel and spice rack. It is available in natural or white finishes.

4) Monarch Roll-Out Leg Granite Top Kitchen Cabinet - $949.62 - http://is.gd/Jk6YL8

This cabinet design defines state of the art functionality. It features a distressed oak finished top and a solid hardwood with black granite and profiled edges. The functional elements include a two storage cabinet and two storage drawers with adjustable shelves. Its uniqueness is shown with the hidden sliding mechanism that is connected at the back. This mechanism provides independent movement and easy mobility of two posts for expansion of a breakfast bar. It is available in either black or oak.

5) Modular Kitchen Cabinet - $200 - http://is.gd/RRLfgZ

This kitchen cabinet has one drawer. It is made out of engineered wood and requires assembly once in your kitchen. You will also need to buy a top for it because it is not included in the price. It is available in different colours.

While you might want to hire an expert to install your new manufactured kitchen cabinets for you, it is good to know that they are very easy to install and you can actually do it yourself.

Here are the tools you will need if you decide to DIY:

1) Screws

2) Screw driver/drill

3) Gloves

4) Tape measure

5) Marker

Steps

1) Take out the cabinet drawers and doors marking them as you go. This lightens the cabinets for an easier installation. Find and mark all studs. Measure and plan the available space carefully. Draw a layout of the cabinet plan. This layout does not need to be complicated, it should just give you an idea of how all cabinets will fit and line up together.

2) Insert the screws for the first cabinets. Level the line and screw a ledger board on it. Then lift the first cabinet into place. If you have a helper, you can have them hold it for you. Screw in two screws into every stud behind the cabinet; one at the top and another at the bottom. This will ensure that the cabinet has been secured properly.

3) If you have a sink cabinet, first measure your plumbing area and mark the spots where holes need to be drilled. Cut along these marks and lift the cabinet carefully into place. Adjust this cabinet to meet flush with all other cabinets using shims and a level. You can use clamps to secure them.

4) Finally, it is time to secure the other cabinets. Pre-drill holes on the spots where the cabinets are supposed to be attached together. Put shims in the spaces between the sink cabinet and the wall. Drill in some screws into the wall through these shims securing the cabinet into the wall. If there are gaps where the will meets the cabinets, preserve them. As easy as ABC.



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