|Forum topic by FredIV||posted 05-21-2014 09:19 PM||623 views||0 times favorited||9 replies|
05-21-2014 09:19 PM
So I’ve been asked to build a bathroom cabinet/wall unit for someone. This will be a built-in unit with a base cabinet and an open upper section with shelving. The upper will be sitting on top of the lower.
There’s a three wall small area where this unit will be installed. Each wall is tiled from floor to ceiling, making it hard to locate studs, etc. I’m thinking I should just hang a couple of cleats on the back wall to the tile using, toggle bolts, (counter sink the heads) then attach both units to those cleats with some cabinet screws. Anyone else have any other suggestions or come across this situation before?
I’m thinking this will also allow me to plumb out the back wall…assuming it’s out of plumb.