Published at Sunday, 26 January 2020. base cabinet. By Shauna Viki.
The material most ideally suited for kitchen cabinet construction is 5/8" melamine coated particle board (MCPB). You will find that MCPB cabinet boxes built with butt joinery and fastened with 2" particle core board screws to be very strong, especially if 5/8" material is used for all the parts.
Where ends are not visible it is advantageous to cut off the service void from the bottom of the cabinets leaving 80mm of the full cabinet depth from the top of the unit. This will serve to overcome any out of true plastering behind the base units and provide an easy means of running cables behind the units after fitting.
Well that is it, you are ready for the worktops, these come in a various materials, the most popular being laminate. In the next article I will be explaining how to install your worktops and appliances.
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