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Tim Carter demonstrates a simple trick that may help you install wall or base cabinets in a tight space.
Tim Carter, of http://AsktheBuilder.com, shows off his old kitchen, the demolition of the old kitchen, his newly remodeled kitchen, and all the great new amenities.
Painting kitchen cabinets is an inexpensive way to make your kitchen cabinets look like new. Tim Carter from AsktheBuilder.com shares some tips for kitchen cabinet refinishing to save you frustration and give you professional results.
Brighten up your kitchen and give your cabinets a new look with a fresh coat of paint.
Install kitchen cabinets—base, wall and peninsula—using professional techniques. Hanging cabinets is easy and you'll save on your next kitchen remodel.
Avoid mistakes when installing kitchen cabinets. A professional installer explains how to install upper and lower cabinets, deal with wavy walls, shim bases and more.
Here’s a home improvement job that’ll give you instant home equity along with great visual impact. Installing your own kitchen cabinets isn’t as difficult as you might think, but it does require some basic carpentry skills. We’ll show you wall and floor prep tips to make the job go faster and easier.
Add undercabinet lighting to existing kitchen cabinets. This unique method of wiring undercabinet lights eliminates disruptive wall tear-out and minimizes the difficult job of fishing cables from your attic or basement.
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