Archive for the ‘Repairing Water Damaged Cabinets’ Category

Does Your Cabinet Sink Bottom Need To be Replaced

May 1st, 2010 No comments

Through the years I’ve replaced many kitchen cabinet and bathroom vanity sink   bottoms. There are two methods of doing this. One way is by tearing out the old one completely and installing a new piece of wood. The other repair method entails covering over the existing board with a new one. If you think you need to remove mold from under the cabinet, then you will need to rip the old bottom out. Read this article on mildew around cabinets.

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How to Replace Cabinet Toe Kick Plates

March 16th, 2010 No comments

Why would you want to replace kitchen or bathroom vanity cabinet toe bases? IF you have had any extensive water damage and there is evidence of swelling, then you should replace the toe kicks. If you are certain that the bottoms of the actual cabinetry boxes were not affected, then it’s fine to only tear out the toe bases.
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How to Kill Mildew Around Cabinets

March 13th, 2010 No comments

It’s black, ugly, smelly and deadly and must be removed. How do you kill molding areas or mildew that is growing around your cabinets? Usually this only discovered once the cupboards are removed. Although, the smell of such growth is usually overbearing in the atmosphere of your kitchen or bathroom vanity area, the visual evidence can’t always be seen. read How to Kill Mildew Around Cabinets

Mold Removal Underneath Kitchen Bathroom Cabinets

January 13th, 2010 1 comment

Do you have a musty smell around a cabinet area? Mold removal may be the answer to your troubles. In locations where kitchen and bathroom cabinets have had water damage, sometimes mold will begin to form underneath the cupboards.

These suggestions do not apply to entire kitchens that have been flooded. Only do this yourself if a small area has water damage and mold is forming.
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Making or Fabricating Glass Cabinet Doors

May 16th, 2009 No comments

There are many methods used for making kitchen glass display cabinet doors. For china cupboards you may be fabricating  a wood framed style. A wall-unit may be designed with a more contemporary look by having just glass, mounted with special hinges and fabricated with no wood frame at all.
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