Most walls are inconsistent.Even the best builders will build slightly sloping walls.Some people are worse than others because of settlement, old houses are sometimes in the worst condition.But, before it\'s too late, when you install cabinets that tilt to one side or have a lot of clearance between them, you may not notice the problem.Use some simple tricks to handle it.If you are not sure about the condition of the walls, do some preliminary checks before trying to install the cabinets.Make some measurements from one corner to the other and compare them.If you can go to the laser level, take a line through the wall along the bottom at the perceived bottom and bottom of the upper.Measure up from the floor along the lines of both ends or two walls.Please pay attention to any inconsistency and purchase or build cabinets accordingly, such as cabinets with large lined lips specially designed to accommodate uneven walls.All custom cabinets have a scribe lip, but some modular cabinets may be missing.The cabinet maker uses the scribe to align the cabinet.The sergeant is the lips that meet the side of the cabinet with the wall.For this purpose, the scribe was built in most of the cabinets.To use the scribe, place the cabinet on the wall.If it is on the cabinet, fix it with props.Place horizontal and vertical on the surface of the cabinet to check the horizontal.If the cabinet is not horizontal, tap the wooden wedge behind it, next to it or below to level it.This will create a gap between the wall and the cabinet with uneven walls.Leave the wedge in place.Mark the cabinet with the marking tool.The copying tool is a small hand.Fixed tools similar to protractor.It has a flat arm and an arm with only a pencil.Open the scribe tool slightly and separate the flat arm from the pencil arm.Slide the flat arm along the wall, allowing the pencil arm to mark the cabinet and transfer the lines of the wall to the cabinet.Remove the cabinet from the wall.Turn the cabinet so that the engraving line is up.Place the blade on the saw and cut 3/4inch deep.Wire cut along with a circular saw.This program cuts the cabinet so that it meets the wall while maintaining the level.Put the cabinet back on the wall.Check the level and copy it again if needed until it is appropriate.If your cabinet does not have crossed lips, or you are inconvenient to use a saw, use molding to hide uneven seams between the cabinet and the wall.First place the cabinet and level it with a wedge.Install the cabinet as usual, the screws go through the rear rail at the top of the upper and the screws go through the bottom.If the wall is uneven, there will be gaps on the side.Cover the gaps with simple, flat trim pieces.Select normal, 1/4-inch-The thick shape does not look noticeable.Choose special shape for gorgeous appearance.Cut off the end of any prominent wedge with a chisel.The nail block around the cabinet is formed.If the gap is only on one side or not visible, you can skip the perimeter molding and apply the molding as needed to cover the gap.
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