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How to Install a Bathroom Corner Cabinet?

A bathroom corner cabinet is an ideal way to save space. Perfect for a small bathroom and plain elegant in a spacious bathroom, the corner cabinet is ideal for oddly laid out bathrooms. If you are interested in having an organized and efficient bathroom, opt for a bathroom corner cabinet. Furthermore, they are pretty easy to install.

When installing the bathroom corner cabinet there are few things you have to keep in mind. It is important to have a few tools before-hand. After this there are a few things you need to carry out before you begin the installation process.

Tools You Require to Install a Bathroom Corner Cabinet

o Carpenter level

o Screws

o Screwdriver

o Pencil

o Stud finder

o Corner cabinet

o Drill or hammer

Measure Your Space

You need to measure the available floor space before beginning to install. You will need to decide on whether you want a wall-mounted cabinet or base cabinet. Obviously with a base cabinet you are likely to have more space limitations. Ensure that you measure the space available and mark the cabinet location. This would enable you to know what type and size cabinet you require.

Locate Wall Studs

Studs are required to attach your cabinet. They will keep it sturdy and prevent the cabinet from falling through the drywall. Use a stud finder to locate the studs in the wall. If the studs are not placed near the area where you want to put the cabinet, it is best to hire professional help. Incorrect work into the drywall could result in major damage. Professionals would know how to brace the cabinet safely correctly.

Painting the Cabinet

Due to the bathroom’s humid atmosphere, it is important that you ensure your bathroom corner cabinet is treated. If it is has not been treated, then now is the time to do so. Staining or painting takes a bit of time to dry. Treating the corner cabinet now allows it to completely dry before you install it.

Mark Your Position

Now you could place the cabinet in the area you wish to install it in. Using a level, make sure you have got it even and straight. Mark the location with a pencil. Ensure you get the location properly without shifting about whilst marking. It is best to have help whilst you are doing this. An incorrect marking would result in a crooked cabinet.

Inserting the Supports

In order to stand sturdy, the cabinet needs to have the proper supports. Most of the time they are just bracket shaped metal pieces. They can be purchased at any hardware store. You would have to drill the supports into place initially. After that you need to use a level to make sure they are straight.

Attaching the Cabinet

Once you have installed the supports, you can go ahead and place the cabinet. You must make sure that the cabinet could stand properly on the supports. This is vital as you do not want your cabinet to fall later or become unstable. It is best to gently rock or shake the cabinet to ensure that it is secure.

Finishing Touches

Once the cabinet has been installed then you can begin to attach doors, door pulls and other hardware for the cabinet. Make sure that each part works each time. Pull the doors to ensure that they are steady and do not fall. You can also open and close the doors a few times. This is to ensure that you have attached it properly to its hinges. Keep in mind that if it has been attached tightly, it would not swing fast enough. If it has been attached loosely, then there might not be enough space for the door to be swung open.

Installing a bathroom corner cabinet can be a bit tiring. Nevertheless, it is only a day’s work. If you are a professional it would, obviously, take only a couple of hours. Keep in mind that you should take precautions when installing. Make sure that each part of your cabinet is sturdy after installing it. It is best to have another person help you. Once you have installed it you have the chance to experience organization and space value in your bathroom. You could now congratulate yourself on a job well done.

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