We have had rain for several days as the remnants of the hurricane that hit the Baja has drifted over Texas and onto our heads! So I couldn’t go to the lumber yard. Instead, I went through my lumber rack and dug up all of the maple I could f...
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Location: Channelview, Tx
Retired in 2008 after 33 years service at Chevron Phillips Chemical Corp.
Retired High school sports photographer.
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With the old cabinets gone, it was time to build the new ones. Our plan includes ladder frames to help make leveling the cabinets easier. Also, the cabinet sides are cut 31 inches long which allows 6 sides per sheet of plywood. We had a...
We were fortunate that the lower cabinets were easy to remove. A handful of screws later, and they were out. We saved the sink demo for last so it could be used until the very end. The old cabinets now have a new place to call home. Actually, t...
Not bad for a lazy Sunday afternoon’s work. We have installed everything I have assembled. I will have to make a 1/8th – 3/16 inch filler strip to fit where the cabinet clamps are. I held off building the cabinet for above the refriger...
We have been building the upper cabinets. Two more to go. The face frames are knotty alder stained with General Finishes Colonial Maple. After a couple of coats of clear finish they received a glaze application. General Finishes Van Dyke Brown did...