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Old 08-04-2020, 12:06 AM   #1
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Mounting new cabinets

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I am planning to do a bull it cabinet around the washer/dryer combo and have more cupboards around it. I will make this floor to ceiling. Any tips, tricks or manuals of how the frame is put together and where I should be drilling in to and screwing.

I want it to be super strong

Thank you - really appreciate any info
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Old 08-08-2020, 11:16 PM   #2
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You might enlighten us with a make model and year of your unit.
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You might enlighten us with a make model and year of your unit.
Sorry.... that was silly of Me!

I am buying a 2020 Voltage 4205 and I would like to build and install some custom made cabinets from floor to ceiling. We are looking to cover the bathroom door and door into the kitchen as we will put Murphy doors there so we have the storage and you can still access both the bathroom and the kitchen.

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Here is a picture of the garage space and the wall and doors I want to build cabinets on - thank you for any advice

Do I need to leave some space as the walls and roof will flex ? If it is too rigid will that be an issue
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here is a picture of the garage space and the wall and doors i want to build cabinets on - thank you for any advice

do i need to leave some space as the walls and roof will flex ? If it is too rigid will that be an issue
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here is a picture of the garage space and the wall and doors i want to build cabinets on - thank you for any advice

do i need to leave some space as the walls and roof will flex ? If it is too rigid will that be an issue
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