If you buy custom garage cabinets, make sure you get them professionally installed.
Don’t Cheat Yourself: Professional Garage Cabinet Installation is Better
As we covered previously, cabinets must be hung level and properly attached to studs or some other form of anchoring. Specific cabinet materials, such as veneer or melamine, require special tools and materials in order to be hung properly and without error. All materials are different and need to be treated as such.If your garage cabinets are not hung plumb, chances are they won’t be level. If they are not level, nothing inside will sit quite right. If you put breakable items in a cabinet that isn’t level, you run the risk of everything falling out, thereby ruining your fancy dinnerware or your wife’s family porcelain figurines. Think of the damage, and the heartbreak.
Measuring is a vital component to a well designed and hung garage cabinet. Once cut, you cannot fix it, which means that you will either let the error slide or go and purchase more of the same materials, thereby negating any work that you have already done and starting again. Think of the frustration and the potential expenditure.
Do You Need the Hassle? Professional Garage Cabinet Installation Solves Problems Before They Start
Even though it might appear to be a straightforward job, installing custom garage cabinets is a time-consuming and difficult process. Cabinets are large and sometimes ungainly. They have many sharp pieces and parts, all which can be potential dangers to your physical health. Professionals know this and come equipped with a multitude of safety precautions. They’ve done this before and know the dangers and hazards. They are also licensed and insured for this kind of job, and can accommodate any potential accidents that might happen. Chances are, you and your family will not be prepared when you walk into the house from the garage with a bloody hand or a swollen eye. Then, think of all of the time and money it could take in order to get the medical attention you need?
When the job is finished, you may have old cabinets that need to be removed or debris from the job that will need to be disposed of properly. If you are doing the project on your own, you will need to either rent a dumpster and fill it or find a pickup truck that you can borrow from a friend or neighbor and spend even more time on the project. Either way, a professional installer will have the resources they need to finish the job in a timely and satisfactory manner
The choice is yours; that is clear. Whatever you choose, be sure that you base your decision on your capabilities and knowledge. At the end of the day and for your peace of mind and safety, consider seeking the advice of a professional cabinet installer. Chances are, you’ll be glad that you did.
There is a difference between doing it yourself and hiring a cabinet installation service in Phoenix.
Triton Garage Cabinets & Storage Systems
4185 West Clarendon Ave.
Phoenix, AZ. 85019
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