Learning how to install cabinets requires understanding the basics of home construction, power tools and finished kitchen components. This guide will help from picking which cabinet to start with to tools to help at each step of the way.
Properly installing crown molding on cabinets requires patience, understanding your miter saw and learning how to make compound cuts. In this guide learn what tools and techniques you’ll need to complete this task.
From making pens to jewelry boxes and inlays woodworkers are always looking for exotic wood scraps. Learn where to find these valued pieces of wood in this article.
In a maze of boxes and parts the filler strip is usually the smallest piece. But it can be the hardest to install. Learn how to properly size and install this finicky cabinet part.
Most users of a kitchen never stop to think about how their kitchen cabinets are attached to the wall. In this guide learn about the two basic methods of hanging cabinets and the tools professionals use to do the job.
Finding hardwood at a reasonable price is hard. Box stores charge a high markup, and local sources take a lot of research. Use this guide to help find quality hardwood lumber near you.
Building your own keyboard tray requires proper measurements, durable tray material and drawer slides that most DIY’ers are not familiar with. Learn about the steps to complete this project and the tools and supplies you’ll need.
Installing a kitchen requires comfort with power tools, some basic carpentry skills and patience. Which can make this a DIY project – with some limitations. Learn if this a project for you in this article.
Woodworkers know that indoor finishes will not stand-up to the harsh outdoor elements. In this guide learn what finishes are most durable and resist moisture, sun and the outdoor elements.
Installing toe kick on cabinets is one of the last steps in a cabinet installation. In this guide learn how to pick the right place to start, how to cut and trim the toe kick and then attach it securely to the cabinets.