The market is just to good to sit on this property and keep it for a rental. So it needed some updating to sell for a premium. Here's how we did it.
I'm not going to show you before because this place was in shambles. Its almost embarrassing I owned this place.
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Step 1: Measure and Precut
Its important you set up your work space before starting this project. This will help with maximum efficiency.
Now simply take the old cabinets and measure each side and record the measurements on to your new wood. I used poplar strips.
Step 2: Add a Blade
Turn off your power to your saw and add a second blade to your table saw.
Make a pass and check fit with insert. I used 1/8" plywood.
If snug make passes on all boards.
Step 3: Clean Up
Making multiple passes makes a mess. Do a quick sweep. Trust me it helps!
Step 4: Connecting Corners
Overlap your boards and make a mark.
Add a 3rd blade to your saw if you have it. It will make quick work of this task.
Check your depth to make sure pieces will be flush.
Make multiple passes taking off a bit each time until your board hits the fence.
Step 5: Check, Glue, Fill
Check the new cabinet frames to the old cabinets.
Cut inserts to fit.
Glue and clamp overnight.
In the morning fill holes at the end with wood filler and lightly sand.
Step 6: Check and Mount
Check to make sure cabinets are level and mark.
Make sure to predrill to ensure a strong hold and minimize breaking frame.
Step 7: Visual
Hang and check all doors with a quick visual once over.
Step 8: Hardware
Measure and drill locations for hardware.
Recess all screw heads.
Do the same for the drawers.
Step 9: Slap on Some Paint
Move to the next room.