Tips Installing Cabinet Door Hinges

May 25th

Cabinet Door Hinges – Hinges of the closet door will sometimes bend, break, or loosen. The installation of new ones only takes a little time and effort. Be sure to align the hinges with each other. Replace the hinges, and make sure the door is centered and aligned with the other cabinet doors. Make a guide so that all hinges are placed correctly, even for cabinets. This is achieved by simply cutting a block in a length of 2 inches. Place this on top of the cabinet structure, and mark a line just below the block of wood. Repeat this procedure for all the top and bottom parts of the frame, so you can have the correct hinge placement.

Cabinet Door Hinges Types
Cabinet Door Hinges Types

Get the chalk line and the ruler. Have an assistant place the cabinet over the empty space and mark it with a pencil. Measure cabinet door hinges how high it is above the space where the cabinet is going. Go to the other end of the closet frame and measure the same distance you had with the other side. Mark it off. Take the chalk line and have the assistant hold one end of the chalk line, while taking the other end to the other side of the cabinets. Mark the line with the chalk line by pulling the line outside the cabinet structure and let it snap back into the cabinet frame. This will ensure that your cabinets are straight.

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Take the cabinet door hinges and place it in the frame of the cabinets above where you marked it outside and drill a small hole. This is to ensure that wood does not splinter. Screw on your screw with a drill or a screwdriver. Do this for all hinges. Align your cabinets with the line and mark drill holes in the door. After that take the closet door off, and place the hinge at a 90-degree angle. Have the helper line up the holes in the hinges with the mark you have made.