When you are remodeling a bathroom, you may have problems installing the utility sink cabinet. While it is obvious that the counter and sink are at the top, which is a bit difficult to connect the meter to the wall especially if the ground is not level. But it is not as difficult as it seems to attach a utility sink cabinet or vanity of a wall, and it will take less than an hour to finish the job. Locate the studs in the wall where the cabinet will be installed; note that prisoners are typical bolts 16 inches apart. Use a stud finder and mark each stud with a pencil line in the area where the cabinet is placed.
Set the utility sink cabinet in place, taking care that the bottom of the enclosure is perfect to the wall along the back and side, if the cabinet is to be installed on a side wall. Examine the top of the closet where it meets the wall. If the setting is comfortable, you are ready to connect. If there is a gap, one or more wedges slide under the lower edge of the box until it is tight against the wall. The wedges are hidden by molding quarterfinal round when the floor and baseboards are finished.
Screw the cabinet to wall studs, working inside the cabinet and using the pencil marks as a guide. Place a screw in the top bracket of the cab and one in the middle bracket, taking care to connect the cabinet in two tacos for every two feet wide cabinet. His cabinet is now ready for the countertop and sinks to be installed.