Do you put baseboards under cabinets?
Tucked away under base cabinets, baseboard cabinet trim is not highly visible, but it covers joints, seals gaps, and adds the finishing touch to cabinets. The installation of baseboard cabinet trim is not complicated.
What kind of trim goes under cabinets?
Light Rail Molding is used to finish the bottom of wall cabinets. It can function as a trim to conceal under-cabinet lighting fixtures and provide a barrier from the light glare, or simply serve as a decorative enhancement.
How do you install cabinet filler strips?
- Cut the filler strip to length with a miter saw.
- Rip the filler strip to width with a table saw and fine tooth blade.
- Optional but preferred to remove any saw tooth marks: run a portable planer down the filler strip for a perfect edge.
- Clamp the filler strip to the cabinet using a cabinet claw or cabinet clamp.
What screws to use together cabinets?
Use a #8 x 1-5/8″ screw to secure cabinets together. After you install all of your cabinets, it may be necessary to adjust the drawer fronts so they are level and have the proper reveals.
Does baseboard go behind stove?
You don’t need to seal it, it is normal. In finished parts of your house, there is a space between the floor and wall, but there is baseboard that covers it. If you want to spend money on baseboard behind your stove, go for it, but don’t use it for anything other than aesthetic purposes.