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Flip it, drill new holes for hinges and hanging and then patch ,sand,and stain the damaged side so looks good as the face to ur cabinet. Then it will at least durable not delicate ? => idk just a thought thank you
Tap a plastic wall plug into the hole, the sort you'd normally use in brick or concrete walls, or a screw in wall plug if it's a cavity wall.
It appears as though the tile was set around the cabinetry, which is typical. When the cabinets are removed the grout joint between the cabinets and tile will be damaged. Therefore, at a minimum, that joint will need to be reworked. That said, it would be a daunting challenge to have cabinets made to such close specifications that they fit well against the ...
Yes, it should be possible to remove the cabinets without damaging the tile. However, the replacement cabinets will have to be the exact same size, or you'll have some tile work to do (adding or removing tile).
The circled part is known as the bottom rail; the vertical part is a stile; the assembled rails and stiles are the face frame. The stile could be joined to the rail with a simple butt joint, or pocket screws, or a mortise-and-tenon joint, etc.
First of all, if anything is rotted, there's a water problem. Make sure that's fixed first. As for the piece that's circled, if that is rotted, then I'm wondering if the water problem is bigger than we think. How's the floor in that area? As for replacing that one piece, there's no easy way to do that as it's likely screwed/nailed and glued. You can ...
If your cabinets are already painted (not stained), then I would absolutely recommend to just sand it and repaint it. Use an outdoor rated paint to resist water damage in the future.
In the UK, I'd just use a dry-lining box. It is designed for plasterboard walls, and clamps itself to the plasterboard, but no reason you can't do the same using kitchen panels. Chances are that this wouldn't be allowed in the US, as your electric rules seem to be a lot different to ours.
The box in your picture is called an "old work box". They still manufacture similar boxes, and they also make old work boxes with even more robust attachment methods. link to one of the many manufacturers. Link to old work bracket.
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