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Bio: Kitchen Cabinet Removal Guide
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Gather Your Tools and Prepare the Area
Cabinets can be removed without much difficulty. It requires some specific tools and a couple of days of work. Gather the necessary tools and prepare the work area so we can start. You will need:
Pry bar
Putty knives
Utility knife
Measuring Tape
Reciprocating Saw
Step Ladder
Spare 2x4s
You should always keep your safety in mind and have gloves and goggles at the ready. Getting the area ready is important before going into demolition mode. You should empty your cabinets and clean the counters first. Put up tarps on the floor and countertops of the kitchen and turn off the electricity and water.

Disassemble Fixtures, Trims, and Seals
If you have prepared the area, you can begin taking apart the fixtures, trims, and seals. Make sure that the hinge is still attached to the door after unscrewing the doors from the cabinet. Once you have removed the shelves and drawers, remove the brackets if necessary.

Take down the wood framing that connects cabinets to the floor or wall next. Separate caulk from cabinets and other surfaces with a utility knife. To remove the trim, wedge a pry bar behind it and pull it out with a hammer.

Remove the Cabinets
We can now get to the heavy lifting. Start by preparing your supports. Take a measurement from the bottom of the top cabinets to the countertops. Following that, cut the 2x4s into four pieces of that length. Under each corner of the cabinet, install the supports. Keep cabinets from falling by having a second or third pair of hands.

Make sure fasteners are present wherever cabinets are connected. As you separate the cabinets, undo the fasteners. In addition, remove the screws that are attached to the wall. To remove a cabinet that is glued together, wedge a pry bar between the cabinet and the wall with a hammer.

Once you have separated the cabinets from each other and from the wall, gently lift the cabinet upwards and away from the wall. Be careful, you may have missed a screw or glue spot. You want to renovate your kitchen. Do you need a dumpster rental? Call Javis Dumpster Rental now.
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