Installation Instructions: Claridge Sliding Glass Door Display Cabinet

November 21st, 2012 No comments

Transcription: The following is the content extracted from the video below on how to install Sliding Glass door cabinet.

We’re installing a Claridge wall mounted display case with sliding glass doors. The first thing you want to do is determine the product’s location. After that, measure down two and an eighth inches from the top of the unit striking a horizontal level line.

When placing your hangers (optional: Best Screws For Installing Cabinets), make sure that you place the screws through that go through the hole on the line that you’ve made. Now hang the unit up on the hangers. Once the unit is hung on the hangers, what you will want to do is make a mark three inches in from the end and every two feet. This is for the clips. Take the unit back off the wall. Put the hanger on top of the line drilling in the middle of the clip. This will allow for adjustment on the clip whenever hanging a unit. Read more…

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Choosing Kitchen Cabinets: Professional Tips On Cabinet Selection

September 26th, 2012 No comments

This is an excellent video to review when choosing to install new or remodel existing cabinets. The professional cabinet manufacture covers a large selection of  styles and includes information about different price points associated with various options.
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Installing Large Bathroom Mirrors

February 8th, 2012 No comments

If you’re looking for bathroom remodeling ideas, a mirror is one of the easiest, fastest, and least expensive ways of changing your bathroom’s look. If you already have a mirror, you can modify the appearance of the entire room by adding or changing the mirror’s trim.

Light: One of the primary reasons to hang a mirror in your bathroom is to reflect light. If you hang it near a window, it will reflect natural light and bring in a sense of the outdoors. But it’s also important to have adequate electrical lighting near the mirror. Don’t rely on a single overhead light in the room. You need a lamp over the mirror as well. This provides extra lighting when you’re looking in the mirror to apply makeup or shave. A mirror also effectively doubles the brightness of the lamp.
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How To Renovate An Old Peeling Formica Laminate Desk Top

July 22nd, 2011 1 comment

Wilsonart 1847k-46 On Desk CountertopA few years ago…I purchased a cheap desk from Office Depot. It was one of the prefab, ready-to-assemble (RTA) styles. As time passed, I began to notice that the key board slide-out was getting really ugly and worn. The actual desktop was also peeling away from the daily abuse. It was a cheap vinyl coating that was wearing out.
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Three Ways To Improve Plastic Laminate Cabinets

July 5th, 2011 No comments

If you have an outdated set of Formica plastic laminate cabinets and want to improve them without spending a lot of money, I can help. I won’t physically help, but in this article I will share with you several ways you can upgrade an old outdated looking set of kitchen cabinets. These ideas will work for bathroom vanity cabinets as well.

Option One-Upgrading By Replacing Cabinet Doors
There are thousands of design options available on the market for new cabinet doors. I do not recommend that you try to replace your kitchen or bathroom cabinetry doors yourself unless you have a certain level of finish carpentry skill. There are several cabinet door price ranges to be considered.
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