Recessed medicine cabinets – A recessed medicine cabinet solves small bathroom problems storage without taking up valuable space. Because the door on most recessed medicine cabinet doubles as a mirror, contractors usually install a recessed medicine cabinet in the bathroom wall above the sink. Manufacturers make recessed medicine cabinets of a variety of materials, including plastic, wood and stainless steel.
Find the wall in the bathroom wall using a stud finder. Mark the studs’ location on the drywall with a pencil. Measuring the distance between wall studs, with the help of a tape measure. If the distance between the studs is equal to or slightly more than 14 inches, the recessed medicine cabinets slide between wall studs without change. Measure the height and width of the medicine cabinet sleeve, the part of the cabinet that slides into the wall with tape. Transfer sleeve measurements to the wall, holding the sleeve vertical tick marks between the wall studs. Cut a fist – sized hole in the center of the cover layout lines, using a keyhole saw to cut drywall. Cut the drywall along the sleeve layout lines, using the keyhole saw. Discard drywall cutout.
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Slip the recessed medicine cabinets sleeve in drywall hole, holding the door’s hinges are the nearest corner. Start a manufacturer – supplied mounting screw in every medicine cabinet screw whole. Located inside the cabinet near the top and bottom of each vertical wall. Close the medicine cabinet door and check that each side of the housing flange snugly against drywall. Tighten each fixing screw against its vertical wall of the recessed medicine cabinets, with the screwdriver.