Published at Sunday, 26 January 2020. base cabinet. By Mitzie Shannan.
I hasten to add that I am still waiting for the call from a cabinet manufacturer who sees the product as a great addition to their range so until then I am afraid it is not available to the consumer.
Most manufacturers employ a service void of approximately 50mm at the back of base units and this is essential not only for plumbing and electrical services but also for scribing to the walls if necessary. To ensure that no gaps are visible where the last unit meets the wall you may need to scribe the cabinet. To do this, level the cabinet and clamp it to the adjacent one leaving it 30mm proud of the front edge, clamp the units together, set the compass to 30mm between pencil and point and run the point of the compass down the wall keeping it parallel with the pencil point. The pencil line left on the carcass will act as a guide for cutting with a jigsaw. After cutting, fit the cabinet as described above. This will leave a perfect finish to the wall.
Remember to align the hob base unit with the extractor. This task takes precedence over all others for the efficient operation of the extractor. It may be necessary to reposition the corner unit but this can be amended by again utilising a filler on the corner base.
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