Home Depot carries a variety of cabinets but their most widely available cabinet is made by American Classics. American Classics makes various types of kitchen cabinets, including a Lazy Susan base cabinet. A Lazy Susan cabinet goes in the corner of kitchen cabinet installation that provides optimal use of a corner. Installing the Lazy Susan base cabinet is a simple with the right tools and directions.
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Things you need
- Tape measure
- Stud finder
- 2-by-4-inch wood
- Circular saw
- 2 1/2-inch cabinet screws
Mark on the wall 34.5 inches from the floor with a tape measure and pencil on the corner were you will install the Lazy Susan cabinet.
Cut a 2-by-4 section of wood in two pieces so each piece is 1 inch less than the width of each side of the Lazy Susan cabinet.
Turn on a stud finder and pass it along the wall around the 34.5-inch mark previously placed on the wall. Mark with the pencil the locations of the studs on the wall.
Secure the two pieces of 2-by-4 to the wall. Line up the wood so it is below the 34.5-inch line on the wall. Place a level over the wood pieces to ensure you are placing it straight. Secure it to the studs using a drill and cabinet screws.
Push the Lazy Susan to the wall so it is flush with the 2-by-4 wood brace.
Place the level over the cabinet. If the cabinet is not level, use shims to correct it.
Secure the cabinet with the drill and the cabinet screws to the wood brace on the wall. Place at least three screws at equal distances apart on each side of the Lazy Susan.
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